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Increased Vaccine Risk in Pre-Schoolers - Explain

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IMAC: Please Explain Increased Meningococcal Vaccine Risk in Pre-Schoolers

Ron Law & Barbara Sumner Burstyn


Last week IMAC called for more science and less opinion in the MeNZB(tm) vaccination debate: We agree, and now call on IMAC to explain the increased risk of meningococcal disease in pre-schoolers apparent in its evidence used to support the MeNZB(tm) campaign.

The evidence used by IMAC shows that 250,000 preschoolers being given the MeNZB(tm)-type vaccine in New Zealand may actually be at increased the risk of meningococcal disease, and not protected as promised by the Ministry of Health.

This apparent contradiction provides further damning evidence in support of a formal inquiry to uncover the truth about the mass medical experiment being undertaken on 1.15 million New Zealand Children.

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