Hepatitis B Vaccination
There is 250 micrograms (mcgs) of aluminum in the hepatitis B vaccine, which is given within 12 hours of birth in most places, and certainly before babies leave the hospital. Every pregnant woman in the U.S. is screened for hepatitis B when she is pregnant, and doctors and nurses know before birth if the mother is positive or not. So they know if the baby is at risk from hepatitis B infection or not, and they don’t seem to care. They are trying to vaccinate 100% of infants born in the U.S. with that vaccine.
With regard to the aluminum adjuvant in the hepatitis B vaccine, it’s worth noting that every other injectable medication is governed by a maximum amount of aluminum that is safe to receive within a 24-hour period. So, for example, the limit by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on intravenous (IV) drip is 5 mcgs of aluminum per kilogram (kg) of body weight per 24-hour period. So for an eight or 10-pound infant, with healthy kidneys, maybe 30 mcgs of aluminum over a 24-hour period. Hepatitis B vaccine has 250 mcgs, and they’re giving it to infants, premature infants, and very low birth weight babies. That’s just the one hepatitis B shot. Then babies get their two-month vaccines, and normally pediatricians are giving them eight vaccines at the same time. The amount of aluminum contained in those vaccines can exceed 1,200 mcgs (1.2 mgs) in a matter of seconds. That is hundreds of times more than the FDA safety limit would be for any other injectable, other than vaccines. Vaccines are exempt from that safety limit, because they’re considered a public health measure. Injected aluminum goes quickly into the capillaries, into the bloodstream and across the blood-brain barrier, where it can accumulate in brain.
An early study on the hepatitis vaccines immediately noted adverse reactions. "Evidence from this study suggests that hepatitis B vaccine is positively associated with adverse health outcomes in the general population of US children." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11164115
Another study on the hepatitis vaccine found that neonates that received the vaccine had a 3 fold greater risk of autism.
Are we doing more harm than good with this shot?