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I thought this was a good article by Shawn Siegel (host of rado show The Vaccine Myth: An Issue of Trust). I agree with him, 'mild' vaccine reactions may be common but they are are far from normal, 

 

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There are 8,000 different adverse vaccine reactions listed in the complete CDC’s VAERS database. (1) The majority of them are what we would expect; nausea, swelling at the injection site, crying, fever, and the like. Though such reactions are universally characterized as normal by the medical community, they are not . They may be typical vaccine reactions, but they’re the body’s response to the noxious ingredients; they’re not normal. In most folks, a temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is normal; fever is not. A limber arm is normal; one pained by a hot, hardened lump, the result of aggregated aluminum from a vaccine adjuvant, is not. (2) Moreover, though vaccine reactions vary in severity, a reaction at any level is often a harbinger of more severe reactions to subsequent vaccinations. 

 

See more at: http://www.vaccinationcouncil.org/2013/10/19/revelations-by-shawn-siegel/#sthash.dKGfaI8s.dpuf


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Nice article. Thanks for sharing Mirzam. :thumb


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