by Mike Adams, Natural News:
A new FDA-approved Hepatitis B vaccine has been found to increase the risk of heart attacks by 700%, yet Facebook, Google, YouTube and Twitter ban any talk of vaccine dangers. There is a complete blackout of medical and scientific facts if they show vaccines to be anything less than magical, risk-less, medical utopian gifts to humanity.
This new analysis comes from Dr. Jack Wolfson, a well-informed cardiologist practicing in Arizona who dares to speak out on the truth about vaccine risks. Here’s his report:
Hepatitis B vaccine linked to 700% increase in heart attacks
The FDA has approved a new vaccine for Hepatitis B. This is good news for the pharmaceutical company that makes the vaccine, but bad news for consumers.
You see, in the latest trial to examine effectiveness of the drug, heart attack risk was higher in the vaccine group. How much higher? Try 700% higher (1).
Vaccination and heart attack risk may not come as a surprise to you. The stated purpose of a vaccine is to invoke an immune response. The immune response is linked to inflammation, oxidative stress, and immune cell activation. All three are linked to heart attack risk.
Sadly, there a very few studies on vaccination and heart attack risk. Ironically, some studies demonstrate a beneficial effect of the influenza vaccine on heart attack risk. But researchers have identified flaws in study design and question the findings of flu vaccine benefits on heart attack risk (2). Other studies showed no difference between the vaccinated and the control group regarding the pneumonia vaccine(3).
Again, most of the vaccine schedule has not been studied for heart attack or stroke risk. In other words, we do not know if the DPT, MMR, shingles, polio, HPV or chicken pox vaccines increase heart attacks.
What is Hep B?
Hepatitis B is a viral infection contracted from blood to blood contact. This makes IV drug abusers and people who have sex with multiple partners most vulnerable. HBV is not spread through food or water, sharing eating utensils, breastfeeding, hugging, kissing, hand holding, coughing, or sneezing.