How to cure Hepatitis
What regular Hepatitis medications does to you
What is Hepatitis A
(webmd.com) Hepatitis A is caused by a virus that attacks the liver and makes you get a liver inflammation. The virus is often spread by food or drinks.
The disease most often cures and disappears by itself after a few weeks. Most get perfectly healthy, but you may be tired for a long time afterwards.
If you have hepatitis A the liver can not remove a yellow substance, bilirubin from the body. It means you get yellowish skin and yellow eyes.
Usually, but not always one will be completely cured of hepatitis A and there is very little risk of longer complications.
Hepatitis A vaccine can cause death and multiple sclerosis
"Post marketing vaccine reaction reports have included anaphylaxis, jaundice, convulsions, multiple sclerosis, and neuropathy.
Since the vaccine was licensed in 1996, there have been thousands of serious adverse events to this vaccine reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), including deaths."
HAVRIX Hepatitis A Vaccine post marketing experience -hepatitis is mentioned as one side effect of the vaccine (!)
Guillain-Barré syndrome, multiple sclerosis, Dyspnea, jaundice and Hepatitis -yes you read it right Hepatitis is one of the side effects mentioned in the package insert.
To find a specific word in the text, open the PDF file, click CTRL plus F at the same time. Then write for example Hepatobiliary Disorders. There you will find hepatitis mentioned as one side effect of this vaccine.
HAVRIX is made by Glaxosmithkline
VAQTA Hepatitis A Vaccine post marketing experience Thrombocytopenia, Guillain-Barré syndrome; cerebellar ataxia; encephalitis
VAQTA is made by Merck
Hepatitis A vaccination -HAVRIX, HAVpur, VAQTA info
HAVRIX post marketing experience -multiple sclerosis and Jaundice mentioned
Human tissue is a ingredient used in vaccines
The Human tissue in vaccines causes autism. But the big topic shuould be how and why human tissue can be allowed in vaccines? Where do they get the tissue from?
Materials and methods for using human tissue in vaccine
"Minced preparations were obtained by cutting the tissue in a Petri dish containing GM (growth medium) with paired scalpels or a scissors until the size of each piece approximated l-4 mm3. Fragmented preparations were obtained by tearing apart the tissue with two pairs of forceps in a Petri dish containing GM until the pieces could no longer conveniently be grasped and shredded. The entire contents of the dish were emptied into one or more Pyrex Blake bottles (surface area 100 cmZ), depending on the size of the original starting tissue. The fragmented lungs, for example, from a three-month-old human fetus were usually placed in four Blake bottles. Treatment of tissue with trypsin was done, in general, according to the method of Fernandes. "
Aborted fetal cell line in vaccines