6-in-1 vaccine KILLS 36 infants, reveals “confidential” document – do we need more proof that vaccines are harmful?

If all vaccines were truly “safe and effective” as establishment health authorities and government goons routinely claim, then 36 infants wouldn’t have died from a 6-in-1 vaccine known as “Infanrix Hexa,” developed by pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), over a two-year period.

Confidential documents recently unearthed and made public by the website “Initiative Citoyenne” show that there were at least 1,742 adverse reactions, 503 of which were classified as “serious,” as well as the aforementioned 36 deaths, that occurred between October 23, 2009, and October 22, 2011 – but that were never reported by GSK.

The eye-opening information contained in this 1,271-page document reveals that at least 1.5 deaths per month occurred in association with Infanrix Hexa – and these were just the deaths that were reported. Seeing as how only 1-10 percent of vaccine adverse reactions even end up in the official statistics, the number of deaths could be far higher.

According to that data that is publicly available, most of the babies who were reported to have died from Infanrix Hexa passed away within the first few days following vaccination. Three of the infants reportedly died within hours of receiving the vaccine.

“It’s not that 14 deaths were recorded by GSK between October 2009 and end in October 2011 as we had originally calculated but 36 (14 from 2010 to 2011 and 22 from 2009 to 2010),” Initiative Citoyenne reported.

“In addition to these 36 deaths [there were] at least 37 other deaths (sudden death mainly), bringing the total to at least 73 deaths since the launch of the vaccine in 2000, and again, this concerns only the death by sudden death, no further recovery of under-reporting.”

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Infanrix Hexa also causes AUTISM

This roughly 24-month snapshot of injuries and deaths caused by Infanrix Hexa is supplemented by research that came out several years later linking the vaccine to permanent autism and brain damage.

As we reported at the time, Italian authorities ruled that this multivalent vaccine, which contains deadly chemicals like thimerosal (mercury), aluminum, formaldehyde (rat poison), genetically-modified viral components, and a slew of chemical preservatives, was responsible for causing a young boy to develop autism after receiving the three recommended doses of the jab.

Italy’s Ministry of Health at first rejected a petition put forth by the boy’s parents, prompting them to file a lawsuit – unlike in the United States, vaccine corporations are held liable for injuries and deaths caused by their products in Italy.

These parents ultimately won their case, setting a precedent at least in Europe that vaccines can, and do, cause autism, and that they aren’t 100 percent safe and effective as Big Vaccine is notorious for claiming.

Italy also ruled that MMR causes autism, despite industry claims to the contrary

Several years prior to this ruling, which was challenged by Italy’s Ministry of Health, an Italian judge by the name of Lucio Ardigo made a similar ruling with regards to the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella.

A boy who was vaccinated with MMR was “damaged by irreversible complications due to vaccination (with trivalent MMR),” read the official court documents associated with the case.

In other words, MMR does cause autism, and parents who wish to protect their children from potentially incurring permanent, lifelong brain damage would do best to avoid it entirely – along with all other vaccines, none of which have ever been scientifically proven to be either safe or effective.

“Considering this information, is it any wonder that babies are dying after receiving vaccinations containing these ingredients?” comments vaccine expert Christina England, writing for GreenMedInfo.

“GlaxoSmithKline may try and hide the facts from us but they cannot hide them forever. Infanrix Hexa should be removed from the market immediately.”

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