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Saturday, November 8, 2014

Guilty Vaccine Verdict in Italy.

Which vaccines to give and how many vaccines to give at once?

I actually don’t have an answer to either question.  I wish I did so that I could tell you an exact answer.

I find it interesting that an Italian tribunal has awarded 200,000 Euros to the family of Francesco Finessi, who was 22 years old when he died of non-Hogdkins lymphoma after receiving what the court ruled as “too many vaccines with very little time in between” as a soldier.

Again, which vaccines to give and how many vaccines to give at once?  “I don’t know” is my answer to both.  I found the above verdict interesting.  I don’t know the specifics of what information was presented in the Italian tribunal court, but imagine that their tribunal court takes strong evidence into consideration when reaching this type of verdict, especially considering how many additional soldiers this will undoubtedly apply too.

Aside from the ingredients of each specific vaccine coming into play, the frequency that vaccines are given is another issue to consider.  Again, I don’t know what is too frequent, but I am a fan of common sense, and in nature, it is extremely rare to be exposed to multiple life threatening infections at once, so it makes logical sense (in my mind) that it might not be best to give a child 2-5 different vaccines on the same day multiple times before even starting 1st grade.  The immunological response that this incurs could be a catastrophe waiting to happen.  I believe that this potential catastrophe depends largely on the genetics and state of the immune system immediately before the vaccinations are given.

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