Newborn dead after Hepatitis B Vaccine (In this day and age, I can’t fathom why parents still give their babies Hepatitis B vaccine shots)

In this day and age, I can’t fathom why parents still give their babies Hepatitis B vaccine shots. Ultimately,

these are complete scams that serve no useful purpose in infants. And now, once again, it has proved deadly. A

newborn in Vietnam died just hours after receiving the Hepatitis B vaccine. The baby cried for hours following the

shot before passing. Doctors claim that his white blood cell count skyrocketed. They also claim the vaccine was a

“safe shot.”

According to, the boy’s family feels the hospital has acted in negligence. The hospital claims to

have given the same vaccine batch to 18 other babies with no harmful results, but how can anyone accept a 1-18

result for anything that involves infant death? Worst of all, look at how nurses responded to the parent’s concerns

over their crying baby.

“The boy’s family meanwhile criticized the hospital staff for their negligence.
They said they repeatedly consulted nurses in charge as the boy kept crying after the shot.
But the nurses said there was nothing wrong, that all babies cry a lot after vaccine injections.”

That’s the ultimate admission of negligence. The fact that the nurses just stand by as all these babies scream and

cry after vaccines is more than just a little concerning, it’s downright tragic. These are the people who are

supposed to be looking after our babies just after they are born (it isn’t like most parents have a choice). The

system is more than flawed, it is completely broken. Unfortunately it isn’t likely these parents receive any

justice for a very long time, if ever.

Pain/soreness/redness/swelling at the injection site, fever, headache, tiredness, sore throat, nausea, diarrhea,

loss of appetite, and dizziness are all the commonly accepted side-effects of this vaccine. That’s a crazy list of

“acceptable” problems. But that’s the bill of goods the public at large has been sold.

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