Safe and effective? Vaccine package inserts reveal HUNDREDS of side effects in small print

Friday, August 21, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
NaturalNews.com
Friday, August 21, 2020

A little-known fact about vaccines is that the data used for their initial approval is incomplete, lacking the more robust data gathered from post-marketing experience that shows how people actually react to their use in the real world. And it is this post-marketing data that tells the real story about the many deadly side effects involved, which can sometimes number in the hundreds for a single vaccine.

Children’s Health Defense (CHD) has compiled a post-marketing data summary of more than three dozen vaccines routinely administered to young children as part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) official schedule, revealing a number of shocking truths about the dangers associated with vaccination that the medical establishment largely withholds or makes difficult for people to access.

Unless parents look very closely at the vaccine package insert published after the government issues approval for a given vaccine, they will never know the full extent to which getting their children jabbed puts their health and well-being at risk. This is information that one would think should be made publicly available before vaccines are even approved, but that sadly only comes after they are widely distributed to children.
“In April, 2020, Children’s Health Defense summarized the postmarketing data for over three dozen vaccines given routinely to American infants, children and adolescents,” CHD reports.

“That tally showed that vaccines touted for the prevention of 13 illnesses (Table 1) have been linked to at least 217 adverse medical outcomes reported post-licensure, including serious infections, autoimmune conditions, life-threatening allergies and death.”

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