Eva Bombardier Analysis

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The Danger Exposed
Eva Bombardier was a normal, healthy baby until she reached the age of one. When she turned one, she was given the usual dosage of vaccines on the prescribed schedule. Eva went home afterwards, and everything seemed fine, until three days later when she became seriously ill. From that time forward she endured pitching fevers, gray-tinged skin, excessive vomiting, extreme diarrhea, eczema, complete loss of appetite, and other horrible afflictions. After asking countless doctors, Eva’s mother discovered that Eva was experiencing negative reactions from the vaccines she had been given. Luckily, Eva was able to be healed, but no mother should have to watch their child endure so much pain to begin with. Therefore children
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Vaccines are made with “dangerous preservatives and adjuvants. . . aluminum phosphate, phenol (carbolic acid), MSG, formaldehyde, gelatin, etc” (Vaccination Risk Awareness). In other words, vaccines are made with harmful toxins, which when entered into our bodies, assemble together in the immune system to subdue it. When the immune system is subdued, the body’s ability to sense and eliminate disease carrying bacteria is weakened. Thus, brain damage and other developmental issues are produced. In addition, vaccines contain toxic levels of mercury. According to the National Network for Immunization Information, “. . . [an] infant could potentially be exposed on an immunization day to total levels of mercury that would exceed the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guideline of 0.1 micrograms of methylmercury.. . .” This guideline leads to the conclusion that if infants receive a great deal of vaccines on one day, the infants can go over the limit of mercury that their body can handle. Exceeding this limit can lead to mercury poisoning and death. Therefore, it is found that vaccines are not made from safe materials, and that by receiving them, a person is at risk of the ingredients harming their immune system and overall

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