a pig virus was found in "Rotarix" vaccine and has been pulled from the market only after millions have been given to infants...
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Porcine circovirus 1 isn't known to cause any disease in humans. Diarrhea is much more dangerous.
Still interesting. Thanks.
by sannyasinman 7 years ago
Uninformed people in many parts of the world are still being vaccinated against H1N1 swine flu, despite mounting evidence that the vaccine does not work, that the whole "pandemic" was a hoax, and that the vaccine is more dangerous than the virus. And beware, the H1N1 vaccine is now often...
by SparklingJewel 5 years ago
this is not just of health concern but social, national and world concernthink what you like...but check it out...do your own research...just don't ignore the clues and helpful remedies or preventive measureshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8FCJ_VP … C3B9A0B23C
by Jenna Ditsch 4 years ago
Vaccinations: Good or Evil?This is a hot topic right now. There's lots of people and research saying vaccinations do more harm than good. Then there are others saying just the opposite. What do you believe and WHY do you believe it? Share resources/testimonies/evidence...
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