What are vaccines?
It is assumed that
Vaccines to protect you from specific deadly diseases by increasing own body’s defense system, the immune system. Sometimes, vaccines are called vaccines, needles or injections. Vaccines can be taken to prevent a disease or combined to protect it from various diseases with one shot. For example, the MMR vaccine measles, mumps and rubella (German measles).
How do vaccines work?
- Most vaccines contain a bit of a germ disease that is weak or dead. Some vaccines do not contain germs.
- The logic is that the body’s defense system builds up antibodies to fight this new germ. It is better to prepare the immune system with the real germ “pseudo”.
- This learning that are subject defense systems can remain in the body for the rest of your life or the need for booster doses to remember all over again.
It featured make vaccines?
Most vaccines contain sorbitol, gelatin, sodium chloride, thimerosal, formaldehyde, phenoxyethanol, aluminum phosphate, MSG (monosodium glutamate), etc., in quantities / dose considered safe for children.
The dilemma: to vaccinate or not
Parents are torn between whether to risk the adverse effects of vaccines or to expose children to fatal infections later. Do we really need so many shots? You can immature immune system of a child take the overload of chemicals in these drugs? Even if symptoms are not apparent in the short term, the long-term relationship with their parents are worldwide.
For parents there is nothing more important than the health of their children. They are ready to vaccinate to prevent life-threatening diseases, but against the use of children as guinea pigs for a vaccination program expanding that lines the pockets of the drug companies. They need facts, trust and transparency by the medical community to make decisions that could have lasting consequences for generations to come.