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Getting Vaccinated Makes You More Likely to Infect Others?

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by Vickie Batts, Medicine.news

Pro-vaccine propaganda makes it seem as though the purported benefits of inoculation are irrefutable, but research continues to demonstrate that vaccines aren’t nearly as safe or effective as Big Pharma wants you to believe. While the pharmaceutical industry and their puppets declare their precious shots are infallible, studies show that vaccines don’t just fail to produce immunity — they can actually encourage the spread of disease, too. In fact, there are over 600 studies which highlight the many failures of vaccines.

Under current vaccine dogma, any research which indicates vaccine inefficacy or vaccine damage is “fake news.”  Medical tyranny is soaring to new heights, with social media giants like Facebook declaring a war against health freedom and quashing the spread of dissenting information. Anyone who breaks away from the “party line” is now subject to censorship, character assassination and public shaming.

It is no wonder that people are now slowly waking up to the truth that conventional opinions on vaccines are based on industry-funded lies, and nothing more.

As a new report recently published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America reveals, vaccination can substantially increase the spread of disease. As sources explain, the team of researchers found that influenza carriers exhale significant amounts of viral influenza. In fact, simply exhaling is a more “effective” route of spreading influenza than sneezing — so even if you aren’t symptomatic, you are indeed spreading the virus.

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