The Importance Of Gene Vaccines

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Is your Gene Vaccine Friendly???

Since the beginning of time, humans have learned to survive. Instincts of survival led us to fight animals, survive floods and thunder storms. Moreover, this led us to believe that we could achieve solidarity by preventing dangers and preparing for disaster. Vaccines are used to prevent diseases and to stop the spread of diseases like smallpox also known as the plague (Riedel 2005). In addition, we have learned to fight other diseases like whooping cough and polio (History of Polio 2016). Fighting the elements that mother earth throws at us has become the norm, even in this modern day and age. In this modern era, the information about health and safety is at our fingertips. By the touch of a button, we can
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According to Dr. Lynch, “MTHFR’s are more prone to toxicity, environmental contaminants, and biological compounds than others.” (Dr. Lynch 2014). These harmful toxins stay in the body for years. Besides, without a proper protocol, they do not get eliminated from the body (Edwards, Oct 2014). These toxins interrupt the growth of the individual. A child could carry the MTHFR gene when vaccinated. Due to a weak immune system, the child receives an injury with this cocktail of immunization. In short, this becomes counterproductive to the individual; as the immunization is to protect them from potential disease. Their weak immune system cannot cope with the quantity of toxin given to them in the form of immunization. Some children develop an onset of Autism following the MMR vaccines. As a result, most parents believe that MMR vaccine is the major cause of Autism. (Mercola 2011). Simultaneously, the effects of vaccines on the next generation are never studied. Numerous questions come up when we analyze deep into this …show more content…
Therefore, some scientists think that formaldehyde is unlikely to have effects at sites other than the upper respiratory tract. However, some laboratory studies suggest that formaldehyde may affect the lymphatic and hematopoietic systems.” (National Cancer Institute 2016) In fact, the human immune system stands moderately vulnerable to this chemical. Given these facts, it is an inadequate approach for us to expose our bodies to the harmful ingredient such as Formaldehyde. Next, the child holds a significant vulnerability since their immune system has not fully developed. Thus, these harmful ingredients such Formaldehyde pose a danger to our infants and toddlers health. According to Dr. Marcela, the baby animals receives vaccines after they are weaned off from the mother. Identifying the immunization would change the mother 's milk. Next vaccine’s side effects are well known; the veterinarian tests the animal 's blood to find if it needs a booster Vaccine. The question becomes when they do not do this procedure to our children. One child’s immunity is not as same as the next child. Why not first test antibodies of the Hep B vaccines in the child 's blood; then give them the booster Vaccine? (Mercola 2014). Parents are not aware of

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