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Unforgivable: Dosing Pregnant Women, Infants and Kids with Mercury

[2016 Aug] More and more women are now dying in childbirth, but only in America

[2015 Oct] Is Your Unborn Baby Part of a Vaccine Experiment? by Christina England  [Christina England]  "...despite recommending these vaccinations to all pregnant women, the CDC readily admits in their own documentation that neither vaccine has ever been tested during pregnancy for vaccine safety and that they have no idea whether the vaccines could harm a growing fetus."  Conclusion: CDC Cannot Be Trusted for Vaccine Safety of Unborn Children

[2014] FDA approved Gardasil 9: Malfeasance or Stupidity? By Norma Erickson  Merck stated in the package insert, ”The proportions of adverse outcomes observed were consistent with pregnancy outcomes observed in the general population.” Unless they are talking about some country other than the United States, THIS IS NOT TRUE.  According to the CDC’s latest publication on fetal mortality, the rate of spontaneous abortions and fetal deaths in the United States is 6.05/1,000 pregnancies or 0.605% – hardly 10.9%, much less 27.4%, and certainly not ’consistent with outcomes observed in the general population’ of the United States.

[2012 Nov] Health care workers are refusing flu vaccinations and hesitant to offer them  Some health workers in Switzerland are refusing to get vaccinated against current influenza strains and are hesitant to offer the vaccine to patients. A study led by Geneva's teaching hospitals last year showed that many health care personnel thought of seasonal flu as "a benign disease not really requiring any special [prevention] effort." A Swiss-German gynecologist explained to that he refuses to vaccinate pregnant women against the flu, as ordered by the Federal Office of Public Health, “because we cannot rule out the risk of resulting fetal abnormalities”.

[2012 Oct] CDC brazenly tries to poison all pregnant women with whooping cough vaccines that we know don't even work

[2012 Oct] Swine Flu Vax Increased Vaccine-Related Miscarriages 6-11 Times

[2012 June] Pregnancy: the new flu vaccine priority – Vaccines Today   In a few short years vaccinating pregnant moms has gone from being unthinkable to a high priority. If you are pregnant, you have a bullseye on your back for the vaccine pushers. Are there any long-term studies on babies born to vaccinated mothers? Of course not. They couldn’t care less if fluvax is ineffective or toxic. The show must go on.

[2012 Feb] The Attack On Pregnant Mothers Escalates by Suzanne Humphries, MD

[2011 Dec] Mercury in Pregnancy - A Bad Combination. SafeMinds OB/GYN Awareness Campaign

[2011 Jan] Carla Herberts et al. New Adjuvanted Vaccines in Pregnancy: What is Known About Their Safety?  Consequently, vaccination may increase the risk of breaking immune tolerance against the fetus. This could theoretically result in pregnancy loss, restricted growth of the fetus and/or the placenta or in the development of preeclampsia.

[2010] Best of AofA: Autism From a Flu Shot? The Ominous Clue From Kanner's Autism Case #7

[2010 Sept] Parallel Universes: Flu Shots For Pregnant Women

[2009 oct] Truth about the Flu Shot for pregnancy by Dr Sherri Tenpenny

[2009 Sept] Warning About Flu Vaccines from Clifford Shoemaker, Esq.

[2009 Sept] Influenza rates among pregnant women: vaccinated vs unvaccinated by Teresa Binstock

[2009 Nov] Misrepresenting smallpox vaccine in pregnancy findings by Meryl Nass, M.D  Last April I wrote a detailed critique in this blog of a paper by Margaret A. K. Ryan et al on anthrax vaccinations in pregnancy and birth defects. In the paper I am discussing today, Evaluation of Preterm Births and Birth Defects in Liveborn Infants of US Military Women Who Received Smallpox Vaccine, Ryan has studied birth defects in military servicewomen who received smallpox vaccine during pregnancy. In fact, there is likely significant overlap between the two groups of women Ryan studied, since both anthrax and smallpox vaccines have been given to all service members deploying to Iraq, Afghanistan and Korea since 2003. The findings of the two studies are, no surprise, very similar: women receiving smallpox vaccine during the first trimester of pregnancy had a rate of major birth defects in their offspring of 4.5%, while the offspring of women vaccinated post-pregnancy had a major birth defect rate of only 3.2%. The birth defect rate is therefore 40% higher if the mother was vaccinated during the first trimester. What would a true scientist have done with these results?

[2009 April] Comments on: Ryan, MAK, et al. Birth Defects among Infants Born to Women Who Received Anthrax Vaccine in Pregnancy. American Journal of Epidemiology; July 2008. by Meryl Nass, M.D   Dr. Ryan presented results of a subset of this group (those vaccinated 1998 through mid 2001) in late 2001 and early 2002. Shortly after her presentation to FDA, in January 2002 FDA changed the pregnancy warning on the anthrax vaccine label to category D from C, indicating that data showed the vaccine was associated with birth defects, and should not be given to women during pregnancy. The Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, Dr. William Winkenwerder, also responded to Dr. Ryan's findings. He sent memos to all the military services, directing that special efforts should be made to avoid giving the vaccine during pregnancy, including the use of pregnancy tests if appropriate.

Can I Get The Flu Shot While Pregnant?

[2006] Influenza Vaccination During Pregnancy: A Very Bad Idea By F. Edward Yazbak, MD, FAAP

[2006 pdf] "Influenza Vaccination: Review of Effectiveness of the U.S. Immunization Program, and Policy Considerations," by David A. Geier, Paul G. King, and Mark R. Geier. J Am Phys SurgJ Am Phys Surg, Fall 2006.

[2006 pdf] "Influenza Vaccination During Pregnancy: A Critical Assessment of the Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices," by David M. Ayoub and F. Edward Yazbak. J Am Phys Surg, Summer 2006  The ACIP's recommendation of influenza vaccination during pregnancy is not supported by citations in its own policy paper or in current medical literature. Considering the potential risks of maternal and fetal mercury exposure, the administration of thimerosal during pregnancy is both unjustified and unwise.  Pregnancy should continue to be a time when doctors are highly protective of their patients with regard to any fetal exposure. Without adequate safety testing, a risk-benefit analysis of influenza vaccination during pregnancy is not possible, and therefore the ACIP's present recommendation should be withdrawn.

[2006] The Battle Of The States: What Happened In Illinois? By F. Edward Yazbak, MD and David M. Ayoub, MD

Mercury, Autism and the Global Vaccine Agenda by David Ayoub, M.D.

[2001] Vaccine Information For Pregnant Women

[1999] Autism: Is there a vaccine connection? Part 1.  Vaccination after delivery---F. Edward Yazbak, M.D., FAAP.
[1999] Autism : Is There a Vaccine Connection? Part 2. Vaccination around Pregnancy--F.E. Yazbak, M.D., F.A.A.P
[1999] Autism : Is There a Vaccine Connection?: Part 3.  Vaccination Around Pregnancy, The Sequel-----F.E. Yazbak, M.D., F.A.A.P

[2006 pdf] "Influenza Vaccination During Pregnancy: A Critical Assessment of the Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices," by David M. Ayoub and F. Edward Yazbak. J Am Phys Surg, Summer 2006