Would you take the Coronavirus Vaccine if you knew? (1)

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Would you take, or give your child, the Coronavirus Vaccine, if you knew that the FDA website says that after taking that vaccine:

Anaphylaxis and anaphylactoid reactions have been reported as well as related phenomena such as angioneurotic edema (including peripheral or facial edema) and bronchial spasm in individuals with or without an allergic history.

If the answer is “no”, then, why would you give your child the MMR vaccine? The sentence above was taken from page 7 of  the MMR vaccine insert on the FDA’s website.


That is not the only possible injury that can follow the MMR vaccine. The same MMR Vaccine-insert also states:

If you or your child suffer this adverse event because of the MMR vaccine, and you live in the U.S., you may be “lucky” and receive compensation through the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.  But you will also be dealing with arthritis for the rest of your life.


That is, of course,  only if you were able to identity Arthritis in a baby.
Did you know that there has been a growing increase in the prevalence of arthritis in adults? (Maybe this is related to the fact we have been giving people the MMR vaccine for years.)

In the article:

The conclusion is:

“Between 1991 and 2031, we project that the prevalence of arthritis diagnosed by a health professional as a long term condition in Canada will increase from 10.7 to 15.7%, an increase of 46.7%,”