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Hepatitis B vaccine (HBV)

What is the Hepatitis B vaccine

Hepatitis B is a liver disease that can lead to the development of cancer later in life. Children are unlikely to contract it unless they have an infected adult in their household or they have been exposed to infected blood or other body fluids. 

Does immunizing adults also help

Immunizing adults against the disease has been ineffective. The idea is to vaccinate people when they are still young children so that they are immune once they become adults.

 

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Erwin Alber.4 years ago
The hepatitis B vaccine is genetically engineered and highly toxic. It should in my opinion not be given to babies or children under any circumstances.

http://www.ageofautism.com/2009/02/managing-editors-note-below-is-the-story-of-iam-gromowski-a-boy-who-lived-47-days-after-his-hepatitis-b-vaccination-thank.html

In fact, all vaccinations are ineffective and dangerous. If parents want healthy children, they should keep them vaccine-free.

"Vaccines contain substances which are so noxious that they should not ever be injected into a human body."
Dr Viera Scheibner PhD, Australia
 
 
 
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Suhana.6 years ago
at what age is this vaccine usually given?
 
 
 
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azam.6 years ago
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Puspra.6 years ago
my baby was first vaccinated with hbv when he was 1 month. but next two vaccines were somehow discontinued. now he is 10 months old. should he be vaccinated with hbv thrice again or the first vaccination will be counted? any answer please email: puspra@hotmail.com
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dukujohor.6 years ago
i am 35 year old. my two brothers have hepatitis b.
i have never tested by blood so far.
i feel healthy. as long as i exercise, i feel great. thanks.
 
 
 
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SAMA.6 years ago
my daughter was not given 1st dose of hepatitis b vaccine by the doctor at early time but by the age of 9 months. till now no other dose of the said vaccine was given.she is now 19 months .please advise.
 
 
 
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