FDA Approves Super Vaccine (6 in 1 Shot) To Launch By 2020

FDA Approves Super Vaccine (6 in 1 Shot) To Launch By 2020

Vaxelis is intended for children 6-months to 4-years in age. Sanofi says the vaccine prevents poliomyelitis, hepatitis B, pertussis, tetanus, diphtheria, and diseases related to haemophilus influenzae type B. All of the illnesses are covered by the CDC’s original immunization recommendation chart. This likely means that Vaxelis will have little issue being pushed as “mandatory” in states which already impose stringent laws.

The warnings and precautions page details numerous warnings and risk that could possibly be associated with Vaxelis.

via FDA Approves Super Vaccine (6 in 1 Shot) To Launch By 2020

Health warnings start on page 3. Ingredients start on Pg: 10

https://www.merck.com/…/pi…/v/vaxelis/vaxelis_pi.pdf

 3 of these 4 experienced pyrexia 1 to 2 days following the first study vaccinations; and
 1 of these 4 experienced an apparent life threatening event (vomiting followed by pallor and lethargy) on the day of the first study vaccinations, and again 2 days later.

Deaths
In the 2 US studies, death was reported in 6 participants (0.2%) who received VAXELIS and in 1 participant (0.1%) who received Pentacel + RECOMBIVAX HB vaccines…”

But like all doctors are trained to repeat by the vaccine monopoly;, just because someone dies right after injecting them, that has NOTHING to do with the injection.

Toss science out the window.