More Vaccines. More Infant Deaths
Pentavalent vaccine has killed at least 26 infants in five nations. Quinvaxem, the pentavalent vaccine, is also the cause of infant deaths in Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Pakistan, and India.
Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy almost lost her three-year-old daughter after the child was vaccinated under a national vaccination push. The child feverish, cried loudly and passed out for several hours following the vaccine. The very day, in the same hospital, two other infants died after being given the vaccines.
In response, area health officials sealed the remaining vaccines and shipped it to the Health Minister for further testing.
Nguyen Huy Nhat, a two-month-old infant boy, was given Quinvaxem at 9:30 am on November 12. The same day, after he began crying and experienced rapid breathing, his parents to an health clinic at 4:30 pm. The doctor told the parents the child had “breath failure” and the infant passed away the next day.
The physicians at the hospital said the infant died of heart disease, but other physicians are alarmed. Especially after the other cases of infant deaths following the vaccination.
Local health officials suspended three batches of the pentavalent vaccine even as they continue to insist the vaccine is safe despite numerous deaths.
Netherlands-based biopharmaceutical company Crucell introduced the vaccine globally before halting distribution.
New York physician Marina Gafanovich issued instructions on how to monitor children after being vaccinated. She instructed agencies to educate parents about the risks, conduct physical exams and prepare enough drugs for treating complications post-vaccine.
In the British Medical Journal, pediatricians, professors, and health activists caution against introducing the fine-in-one shot which combines antigens against five diseases. The article pointed fingers at the World Health Organization of an “elaborate cover-up” and claimed the WHO modified its criteria for classifying adverse effects.
How To Learn the Side Effects
When a child gets a vaccine, the physician should provide a handout called the Vaccine Information Statement, or VIS. The VIS lays out the common and rare side effects. The physician should discuss possible side effects with you as well.