Sunday, 1 April 2012

10 Interesting Things about Hepatitis B


1. Hepatitis B, sometimes called hep B or HBV, is a virus that is carried in the blood which infects and damages the liver.

2. 25,000 adverse reactions reported between 1990 and 1998 showing 439 deaths and 9,673 serious reactions.

3. Hepatitis B is about as difficult to catch as AIDS. Namely, you nearly always need to have blood or sexual contact of some sort.

4. For a number of years the accepted rate of autism was about 1 in 150, but the most recent statistics suggest that autism rates in the U.S. have now conservatively increased to 1 in 63

5. Children who received the Hepatitis B vaccine were 50 percent more likely to develop "central nervous system inflammatory demyelination" than children who did not receive the vaccine.

6. The mercury-based compound used as a vaccine preservative -- known as 'thimerosal' -- induces neural damage similar to that seen in autism patients.

7. A new study has shown that giving Hepatitis B vaccine to newborn baby boys more than triples their risk of developing an autism spectrum disorder.

8. The central nervous system of a newborn infant is particularly susceptible to toxic influences of the hepatitis b vaccine.

9. Most Cases of Hepatitis B Are From Sex. So why inject babies

10. In 60% of cases, the hepatitis B vaccination antigens with have disappeared with 12 years!

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