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Is Your Unborn Baby Part of a Vaccine Experiment?

Is Your Unborn Baby Part of a Vaccine Experiment?

By Christina England

When a woman becomes pregnant, naturally, she would want to protect her unborn child above all else. Therefore, when offered a series of vaccinations said to protect her newborn baby against disease in the first few weeks of life, she will probably accept the vaccinations without a moment’s hesitation.

However, would she accept those vaccinations so readily if she knew that her unborn child was going to be used as part of a vaccine experiment being conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the vaccine manufacturers?

The Growing Fetus Marked as Big Pharmas Latest Guinea Pig

According to CDC paperwork, both the Tdap and the Dtap are vaccinations offered to pregnant women during pregnancy, supposedly to protect their newborn infant from contracting pertussis (whooping cough) in the first few weeks of life.

However, despite recommending these vaccinations to all pregnant women, the CDC readily admits in their own documentation that neither vaccine has ever been tested during pregnancy for vaccine safety and that they have no idea whether the vaccines could harm a growing fetus.

In other words, by recommending these vaccinations to pregnant women, the CDC is fully prepared to use unborn babies as part of a massive vaccine experiment. What is even more worrying is the fact that, in doing this, they are potentially risking the lives of millions of unborn babies.

Why would the CDC do this?

Health Impact News decided to investigate this issue more carefully, and what we uncovered may shock and horrify you.

– See more at: http://healthimpactnews.com/2015/is-your-unborn-baby-part-of-a-vaccine-experiment/#sthash.64vlKPVI.dpuf

NO!  Whooping cough: Pregnant women urged to have jab

NO! Whooping cough: Pregnant women urged to have jab

Pregnant women should ensure they have the whooping cough jab to protect their babies, Public Health England is urging.

Cases of whooping cough, which can be deadly, were higher in the first six months of 2015 than in the same period last year.

Yet figures show only half of women are being immunised.

Newborns are highly susceptible to the infection until they start vaccination at two months old.

The vaccine for pregnant women was introduced three years ago in the midst of an outbreak of whooping cough.

The idea is that the mother produces protective antibodies in response to the vaccine, which are then passed on to the child until they themselves are vaccinated.

Public Health England (PHE) said vaccination reduced the risk of a newborn developing whooping cough by 91%.

It said 56.4% of pregnant women were vaccinated in 2014-15. In that time there were seven baby deaths from whooping cough.

Read more http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-34140989