Here vi aim for collecting useful links to know more about vaccine safety and what vaccines contain. The best way to educate yourself is to read the package inserts. How many times so you get a package insert when you or your child are vaccinated?
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CDC: About Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary
In addition to weakened or killed disease antigens (viruses or bacteria), vaccines contain very small amounts of other
ingredients – excipients or media. Some excipients are added to a vaccine for a specific purpose. These include:
Preservatives, to prevent contamination. For example, thimerosal.
Adjuvants, to help stimulate a stronger immune response. For example, aluminum salts.
Stabilizers, to keep the vaccine potent during transportation and storage. For example, sugars or gelatin.
Others are residual trace amounts of materials that were used during the manufacturing process and removed. These include:
Cell culture materials, used to grow the vaccine antigens. For example, egg protein, various culture media.
Inactivating ingredients, used to kill viruses or inactivate toxins. For example, formaldehyde.
Antibiotics, used to prevent contamination by bacteria. For example, neomycin.
CDC owns 50 vaccine patents. Can CDC be non-biased when it will decide for which vaccines they whant to recommend when they owns all those patents?
Vaccine package inserts
DT/TD (Tetanus/ Diphtheria)
DTP (Tetanus/ Diphtheria/ Pertussis)
Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)
Measles, Mumps and Rubella
Human papillomavirus (HPV)
BCG Vaccine (tuberculosis)
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