I guess you couldnt find a British Columbian government site mentioning Hep B content of vaccines. Why should you because this kind of informative information is not readily acceable to the general public to find online. From memory the site had stated that Mercury is in the vaccine but parents could opt out for an aluminum one.
Never the less I have shown that both main adjuvants cause mental retardation at some level.
The United State's congress video I posted states that thimerosol testing was only done in 1929 on children dying of meningitis. That video came out in 2004, so you must have new studies in the website link you provided... lets see.
Originally Posted by chouchou
You won't find those types of odds in literature.. I guess perhaps in YouTube videos you frequent. Due to standards on research methods, it is nearly impossible to collect reliable data to determine odds of transmission in infants i.e. a parent's recollection isn't good evidence. Vaccine effectiveness and justification is determined by prevalence. Hepatitis B Vaccine - Part 4 - Active Vaccines - Canadian Immunization Guide - Public Health Agency of Canada
Refer to the section on epidemiology, and the prevalence graph.
I'm totally buying into your bullshit.. someone stop me.
Ive done statistical research (which I wont put forward right away) that around only 40 (edit- most being immigrants
) people a year die of Hepatitis B. So the odds of a baby to have tainted blood poured into the cuts of his/her hands is near impossible. Youre main argument has no statistical data showing the odds of this danger.... so you and the Canadian medical establishment basically hold true alarmist "fairy dust" science of infants somehow being in danger of blood virus like Hep B and HIV lying in wait on strollers, baby beds, rubber ducky toys, and milk bottles.
Originally Posted by Hehe
Reading CiC's comment gives me a headache.
Seriously, at least look up what is autism before making those comments. It's not something that can be "caused" postpartum. It's a neurodevelopmental disorder that's usually inherited (genetic) or environmental causes during pregnancy (second part is not definite, although research has found some correlations). This comes from my wife, who's a clinical psychologist/Ph.D. specializing in children with autism, so I'm fairly confident she knows a thing or two about it.
And even if you don't agree with vaccination, there's nothing stopping them to treat the kid when he became sick. Meningitis is not a terminal illness, there are effective treatment options. So why insist on not sending the kid to the hospital?
1 in 50 boy in the US get hard cord autism and this rate is every increasing from the past. Do you think its possible for people to get cancer viruses from vaccines and stealthy bacteria to cause numerous diseases... maybe even autism? What is your conclusion of the rising autism rates.