Are vaccines safe?

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  • The process of preparing a vaccination is not always reliable. Contaminated or defective batches are rare, but can do real harm.

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  • Hepatitis B vaccination can increase the risk of developing multiple sclerosis.

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  • Unfortunately we can't really trust anything the scientific community tells us anymore, there's too much corruption.

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  • The way that vaccines are prepared means we don't know the precise levels of ingredients in any given vial.

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  • Vaccine injury is possible. But it is so rare that it is safer to be vaccinated against common diseases.

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  • The use of peanut oil adjuvant in vaccinations could be causing peanut allergies.

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  • Vaccines contain aluminium, which is bad.

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  • Vaccines contain formaldehyde, which is carcinogenic to humans.

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  • Many countries have a "vaccine court", which awards compensation to people who are severely disabled as a result of vaccination. This wouldn't be necessary if vaccines were safe!

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  • Vaccines can cause autism

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  • Vaccines could be a factor in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

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  • Vaccines cause allergies

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  • Vaccines contain mercury, which is obviously bad.

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