More money for big pharma, more risks for your children. Vaccines make them money, adverse effects make them money.
Babies could be routinely vaccinated against hepatitis B under controversial plans being discussed by Government experts.
Cases of the disease, a blood infection which is often transmitted sexually, are said to be spiralling in Britain.
An influential committee on vaccination is considering adding it to a combination jab given to babies at eight weeks.
This would create a six-in-one vaccine which would also immunise against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, polio and Hib disease – a form of pneumonia.
But campaigners are concerned about the ‘over-vaccination’ of children and fear any complications caused by adding hepatitis B to the jab would be difficult to spot.
By the age of four, a child will have received 32 vaccines, some in multishot jabs including the MMR against measles, mumps and rubella.
The driving force behind the change is concern that infected immigrants are contributing to a rising tide of hepatitis B.
Why don’t they screen immigrants at the border then, or is that against their yuman rites.
The British Medical Association and the charity Hepatitis Foundation UK have previously called for all babies to be immunised against hepatitis B.
The move would also bring the UK in line with World Health Organisation policy.
Nothing like being pulled closer into the United Nations to make you feel safe…