There's not clear science for what a predisposition towards adverse reactions is, let alone how to screen for it.
Although not specifically mentioned, I'm pretty sure the UA and moderators are against member demonization and don't stand for it. Please be sure to report it so it can be dealt with appropriately.
Testing can be done for mitochondrial disorders and certainly for eggs, gelatin, and yeast.
Here's a link to a list of vaccines with allergens from the Institute for Vaccine Safety. Many of them are given to babies.
Start organizing against vaccine mandate laws. Check NVIC.org for proposed legislation in your state.
Where there is a risk, there MUST be a choice.
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