A Critical Assessment of the Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
ABSTRACT: Influenza vaccination during all trimesters of pregnancy is now universally recommended in the United States. We critically reviewed the influenza vaccination policy of the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practice (ACIP) and the citations that were used to support their recommendations.
The ACIP’s citations and the current literature indicate that influenza infection is rarely a threat to a normal pregnancy. There is no convincing evidence of the effectiveness of influenza vaccination during this critical period. No studies have adequately assessed the risk of influenza vaccination during pregnancy, and animal safety testing is lacking. Thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative present in most inactivated formulations of the vaccine, has been implicated in human neurodevelopment disorders, including autism, and a broad range of animal and experimental reproductive toxicities including teratogenicity, mutagenicity, and fetal death.
Thimerosal is classified as a human teratogen.
The ACIP policy recommendation of routinely administering influenza vaccine during pregnancy is ill-advised and unsupported by current scientific literature, and it should be withdrawn. Use of thimerosal during pregnancy should be contraindicated.
Teratogen: Any agent that can disturb the development of an embryo or fetus. Teratogens may cause a birth defect in the child. Or a teratogen may halt the pregnancy outright. The classes of teratogens include radiation, maternal infections, chemicals, and drugs.
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A small dose of mercury will kill 1 in 100 rats.
A small dose of aluminum will kill 1 in 100 rats.
When combined there is a different and striking effect: all the rats die.
Doses of mercury that have a 1 percent mortality will have a 100 percent mortality rate if aluminum is added.
Vaccines contain both aluminum and mercury.
FDA / CDC do not test for synergistic effects, just as in the current concern over chemicals in cosmetics and beauthy aids.
Dr. Donald W. Miller, Jr., Mercury on the Mind
J. Shubert, E. Riley & S. Tyler. Combined Effects in Toxicology--A Rapid Systemic Testing Procedure: Cadmium, Mercury and Lead. J.Toxicology and Environmental Health v4, p763, 1978
Mercury is also implicated in fertility issues.
And consider this comment made during a well known conference discussing vaccines -
“One, up until this last discussion we have been talking about chronic exposure. I think it’s clear to me anyway that we are talking about a problem that is probably more related to bolus acute exposures, and we also need to know that the migration problems and some of the other developmental problems in the central nervous system go on for quite a period after birth. But from all of the other studies of toxic substances, the earlier you work with the central nervous system, the more likely you are to run into a sensitive period for one of these effects, so that moving from one month or one day of birth to six months of birth changes enormously the potential for toxicity. There are just a host of neurodevelopmental data that would suggest that we’ve got a serious problem. The earlier we go, the more serious the problem.”
“The second point I could make is that in relationship to aluminum, being a nephrologist for a long time, the potential for aluminum and central nervous system toxicity was established by dialysis data. To think there isn’t some possible problem here is unreal.”
And then there is the high correlation between chronic otitis media (ear ache)and the Hep B vaccine (Diabetes 1 as well).
Consider if you will, the half-life of mercury or aluminum. If mercury has about a 50 day half-life and you keep injecting vaccines containing mercury ingredients the levels of mercury or aluminum really do not decrease, and may continue to appear in proper hair analysis. This indicates their presence in the human body.