Chapter 5

Vaccines contain dangerous ingredients. Small doses can be unhealthy. Disease is a product of genetics and environment.

Types of Vaccine Ingredients

To help understand vaccine ingredients it’s useful to divide them into 3 parts.

  1. The vaccine substrate (how it’s grown)
  2. The antigen itself (what is designed to create an antibody response)
  3. Excipients, stabilizers, adjuvants, etc. (other ingredients the vaccine contains to make it stable or last or stimulate a better immune response)

Vaccine Substrate

Vaccines are and have been grown on all types of animal and human cells. Parts of these cells (proteins, DNA, detritus) often make their way into the final product. Here are a few examples:

Monkey Cells Led to Monkey Viruses

Cancer causing monkey virus (SV40) in millions of doses of polio vaccine. See for example:

Pig Cells Led to Pig Viruses

Pig viruses (PCV 1 and 2 fragments) in rotavirus vaccines. See for example:

Chicken Egg Cells Led to Bird Viruses

Bird viruses (endogenous avian leukosis viruses and endogenous avian viruses) in measles vaccines. See for example:

Vaccine Culture Media and Excipients

Here’s a list of vaccine culture media and excipients. An excipient is defined as

“an inactive substance that serves as the vehicle or medium for a drug or other active substance. Excipients are things like coloring agents, preservatives, and fillers.”

  • From Wikipedia
VaccineCulture mediaExcipients
Adenovirus vaccineDulbecco's Modified Eagle Medium, human diploid fibroblast cell culture (WI-38)This list refers to the type 4 and type 7 adenovirus vaccine tablets licensed in the US: Acetonealcoholanhydrous lactosecastor oilcellulose acetate phthalatedextroseD-fructoseD-mannose, FD&C Yellow #6 aluminum lake dye, fetal bovine serumhuman serum albuminmagnesium stearate, micro crystalline cellulose, plasdone C, Polacrilin potassium, potassium phosphatesodium bicarbonatesucrose
Anthrax vaccine (BioThrax)Puziss–Wright medium 1095, synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum hydroxideamino acidsbenzethonium chlorideformaldehyde, inorganic salts and sugarsvitamins
BCG (Bacillus Calmette-Guérin) (Tice BCG)Synthetic or semisyntheticAsparaginecitric acidlactoseglyceriniron ammonium citratemagnesium sulfatepotassium phosphate
DTaP (Daptacel)Cohen–Wheeler or Stainer–Scholte media, synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum phosphateformaldehydeGlutaraldehyde2-phenoxyethanol
DTaP (Infanrix)Cohen–Wheeler or Stainer–Scholte media, Lathan medium derived from bovine casein, Linggoud–Fenton medium derived from bovine extract, synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum hydroxidebovine extract, formaldehyde, glutaraldhyde, polysorbate 80
DTaP (Tripedia)Cohen–Wheeler or Stainer–Scholte media, synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum potassium sulfate, ammonium sulfatebovine extract, formaldehydegelatinpeptonepolysorbate 80sodium phosphatethimerosal[2]
DTaP-Hib (TriHIBit)Synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum potassium sulfateammonium sulfatebovine extract, formaldehyde or formalingelatinpolysorbate 80sucrosethimerosal[2]
DTaP-IPV (Kinrix)Vero (monkey kidney) cell culture, synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum hydroxide, calf serumformaldehydeglutaraldehyde, lactalbumin hydrolysate, neomycin sulfatepolymyxin Bpolysorbate 80
DTaP-HepB-IPV (Pediarix)Bovine protein, Lathan medium derived from bovine casein, Linggoud–Fenton medium derived from bovine extract, Vero (monkey kidney) cell culture, synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum hydroxidealuminum phosphate, calf serum, lactalbumin hydrolysate, formaldehyde, glutaraldhyde, neomycin sulfatepolymyxin Bpolysorbate 80, yeast protein
DTaP-IPV-Hib (Pentacel)Synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum phosphatebovine serum albuminformaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, MRC-5 cellular protein, neomycinpolymyxin B sulfatepolysorbate 802-phenoxyethanol
DT vaccine (diphtheria vaccine plus tetanus vaccine) (Sanofi)Synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum potassium sulfate, bovine extract, formaldehydethimerosal
DT vaccine (Massachusetts)Synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum hydroxideformaldehyde or formalin
Hib vaccine (ActHIB)Synthetic or semisyntheticAmmonium sulfateformaldehydesucrose[3]
Hib vaccine (PedvaxHib)Synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate[4]
Hib vaccine (Hiberix)SemisyntheticFormaldehydelactose[5]
Hib-HepB (Comvax)Synthetic or semisynthetic, yeast or yeast extractAmorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate, amino acidsdextroseformaldehydehemin chloride, mineral saltsnicotinamide adenine dinucleotidepotassium aluminum sulfatesodium boratesoy peptoneyeast protein
Hepatitis A vaccine (Havrix)Human diploid tissue culture (MRC-5)Aluminum hydroxideamino acid supplement, formalinMRC-5 cellular protein, neomycin sulfatephosphate buffers, polysorbate 20
Hepatitis A vaccine (Vaqta)Human diploid tissue culture (MRC-5)Amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate, bovine albumin or serumformaldehydeMRC-5 cellular protein, sodium borate
Hepatitis B vaccine (Engerix-B)Yeast or yeast extractAluminum hydroxidephosphate buffers, yeast protein
Hepatitis B vaccine (Recombivax HB)Yeast or yeast extractAmorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate, amino acidsdextroseformaldehyde, mineral salts, potassium aluminum sulfate, soy peptone, yeast protein
HepA-HepB vaccine (Twinrix)Human diploid tissue culture (MRC-5), yeast or yeast extractAluminum hydroxide, aluminum phosphate, amino acids, formalin, MRC-5 cells, neomycin sulfate, phosphate buffers, polysorbate 20, yeast protein
Human papillomavirus (HPV) (Cervarix)Trichoplusia ni cellsAluminum hydroxideamino acidslipids, mineral saltssodium dihydrogen phosphate dehydrate, type 16 viral protein L1, type 18 viral protein L1, vitamins
Human papillomavirus (HPV) (Gardasil)Yeast or yeast extractAmino acids, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate, carbohydratesL-histidine, mineral salts, polysorbate 80sodium boratevitamins, yeast protein
Influenza vaccine (Afluria)Chicken embryoBeta-propiolactonecalcium chloride, dibasic sodium phosphate, egg protein, monobasic potassium phosphate, monobasic sodium phosphateneomycin sulfatepolymyxin Bpotassium chloride, sodium taurodeoxychoalate, thimerosal (multi-dose vials only)
Influenza vaccine (Agriflu)Chicken embryoEgg proteins, formaldehydepolysorbate 80cetyltrimethylammonium bromideneomycin sulfatekanamycin
Influenza vaccine (Fluad)Chicken embryoSqualene, polysorbate 80, sorbitan trioleate, sodium citrate dehydrate, citric acid monohydrate, neomycinkanamycinbarium, egg proteins, CTAB(cetyltrimethylammonium bromide), formaldehyde
Influenza vaccine (Fluarix)Chicken embryoFormaldehyde, octoxynol-10 (Triton X-100), α-tocopheryl hydrogen succinate, polysorbate 80 (Tween 80), hydrocortisonegentamicin sulfateovalbuminsodium deoxycholatesucrosephosphate buffer
Influenza vaccine (Flublok)insect cell line (expresSF+)Monobasic sodium phosphate, dibasic sodium phosphatepolysorbate 20baculovirus and host cell proteins, baculovirus and cellular DNA, Triton X-100lipidsvitaminsamino acids, mineral salts
Influenza vaccine (Flucelvax)Madin Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cell proteinMadin Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cell protein, MDCK cell DNA, polysorbate 80, cetyltrimethlyammonium bromide, β-propiolactonephosphate buffer
Influenza vaccine (Flulaval)Chicken embryoFormaldehyde, á-tocopheryl hydrogen succinate, polysorbate 80sodium deoxycholatethimerosalovalbumin
Influenza vaccine (Fluvirin)Chicken embryoBeta-propiolactone, egg protein, neomycin, nonylphenol ethoxylate, polymyxinthimerosal (multi-dose containers), thimerosal[2] (single-dose syringes)
Influenza vaccine (Fluzone)Chicken embryoEgg protein, formaldehydegelatin (standard formulation only), octylphenol ethoxylate (Triton X-100), sodium phosphatethimerosal (multi-dose containers only)
Influenza vaccine (FluMist)Chicken kidney cells, chicken embryoArginine, dibasic potassium phosphate, egg protein, ethylenediaminetetraacetic acidgentamicin sulfatehydrolyzed porcine gelatin, monobasic potassium phosphatemonosodium glutamatesucrose
Japanese encephalitis vaccine (JE-Vax)Mouse brain cultureFormaldehyde or formalingelatin, mouse serum protein, polysorbate 80thimerosal
Japanese encephalitis vaccine (Ixiaro)Vero (monkey kidney) cell cultureAluminum hydroxidebovine serum albuminformaldehydeprotamine sulfatesodium metabisulphite
Meningococcal vaccine (Menactra)Modified Mueller–Miller medium, Mueller–Hinton agar, Watson–Scherp mediumFormaldehyde (Each 0.5 mL dose may contain residual amounts of formaldehyde of less than 2.66 µg (0.000532%), by calculation), phosphate buffers[6]
Meningococcal vaccine (Menomune)Watson–Scherp media, Mueller–Hinton agarLactosethimerosal (multi-dose vial only)
Meningococcal vaccine (Menveo)Franz complete mediumAmino acidsformaldehydeyeast extract
MMR vaccine (MMR-II)Human diploid tissue culture (WI-38), Medium 199Amino acids, fetal bovine serumglutamatehydrolyzed gelatinneomycin, recombinant human serum albuminsodium phosphatesorbitolsucrosevitamins
MMRV vaccine (ProQuad)Human diploid tissue cultures (MRC-5WI-38), Medium 199Bovine calf serum, dibasic potassium phosphate, dibasic sodium phosphatehuman albuminhuman serum albuminhydrolyzed gelatin, monobasic potassium phosphatemonosodium L-glutamate, MRC-5 cellular protein, neomycinsodium bicarbonatesorbitolsucrosepotassium chloride
Pneumococcal vaccine (Pneumovax)Bovine proteinPhenol
Pneumococcal vaccine (Prevnar)Soy peptone brothAluminum phosphateammonium sulfatecasamino acidpolysorbate 80succinate buffer, yeast
Polio vaccine (IPV – Ipol)Vero (monkey kidney) cell culture, Medium 199Calf serum protein, formaldehydeneomycin2-phenoxyethanolpolymyxin Bstreptomycin
Polio vaccine (IPV – Poliovax)Human diploid tissue culture (MRC-5)sodium chloride
Rabies vaccine (Imovax)Human diploid tissue culture (MRC-5)Albumin, MRC-5 cells, neomycin sulfatephenol
Rabies vaccine (RabAvert, Greedo)Rhesus fetal lung tissue culture, chicken embryoAmphotericin Bbeta-propiolactonechicken proteinchlortetracyclinehuman serum albuminneomycinovalbuminpolygeline (processed bovine 14 gelatin), potassium glutamate
Rotavirus vaccine (RotaTeq)Vero (monkey kidney) cell culturefetal bovine serumsodium citratesodium phosphate monobasic monohydratesodium hydroxidesucrosepolysorbate 80
Rotavirus vaccine (Rotarix)Dulbecco's Modified Eagle Medium (DMEM)Amino acidscalcium carbonatedextransorbitolsucrosevitaminsxanthan
Td vaccine (Decavac)Mueller–Miller medium, synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum potassium sulfate, bovine muscle tissue, formaldehydepeptonethimerosal[2]
Td vaccine (Massachusetts)Modified Mueller's media, synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum phosphateammonium phosphatebovine extractsformaldehydethimerosal (some multi-dose vials)
Tdap vaccine (Adacel)Mueller's growth medium, Mueller–Miller casamino acidmedium(without beef heart infusion), synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum phosphateammonium sulfateformaldehydeglutaraldehyde2-phenoxyethanol
Tdap vaccine (Boostrix)Fenton media with bovine casein, Lathan medium derived from bovine casein, Linggoud–Fenton medium derived from bovine extract, Stainer–Scholte liquid medium, synthetic or semisyntheticAluminum hydroxidebovine extract, formaldehydeglutaraldehydepolysorbate 80
Typhoid vaccine (inactivated – Typhim VI)Synthetic or semisyntheticDisodium phosphatemonosodium phosphatephenolpolydimethylsiloxanehexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide
Typhoid vaccine (oral – Ty21a/Vivotif)Amino acidsascorbic acidcaseindextrosegalactoselactosesucroseyeast extract
Vaccinia (ACAM2000)Vero (monkey kidney) cell cultureGlycerinhuman serum albuminmannitolneomycinphenolpolymyxin B
Varicella vaccine (Varivax)Human diploid tissue cultures (MRC-5 and WI-38)Dibasic sodium phosphateethylenediamine tetra acetic acid[ sodium (EDTA), fetal bovine serumgelatinglutamatemonobasic potassium phosphatemonobasic sodium phosphatemonosodium L-glutamateMRC-5 DNA and cellular protein, neomycinphosphatepotassium chloridesucrose
Yellow fever vaccine (YF-Vax)Chicken embryoEgg protein, gelatin, sorbitol
Zoster vaccine (Zostavax)Human diploid tissue cultures (MRC-5 and WI-38)Bovine calf serum, dibasic sodium phosphate, hydrolyzed porcine gelatinmonosodium L-glutamateMRC-5 DNA and cellular protein, monobasic potassium phosphateneomycinpotassium chloridesucrose

Even Small Doses of an Unhealthy Ingredient Can be Dangerous to Some Children

Studies demonstrate that even low levels of toxic substances like mercury or aluminum (which is in some vaccines) can be dangerous.

“A core assumption of traditional toxicology is “the dose makes the poison.” Generations of toxicologists have begun their studies by learning this, countless experiments have provided support, and the laws protecting people from undue exposure all assume that it is true.

“The dose makes the poison” is taken to mean that the higher the dose, the greater the effect. And this implies that low exposures are less important. Indeed, based on “the dose makes the poison” it is commonly argued that “background” levels of contamination aren’t worth worrying about.

Yet new evidence emerging from modern scientific research that combines toxicology, developmental biology, endocrinology and biochemistry is demonstrating that this assumption is wrong, at least in its simplest and most-widely used form. And the implications for this new realization are profound, because it means that the safety standards used to protect public health are built upon false assumptions and likely to be inadequate.”

Small Doses Can be Dangerous

This paper focuses on endocrine disrupting chemicals and concludes that small doses may be as dangerous or, in some cases, more dangerous than large doses.

Dangerous Effects from Low Levels of Mercury

Mercury (hg) is in some vaccines. Low doses can cause injury. Here are just a few scientific articles that make this point that mercury is dangerous to the brain. What does it do to children’s brains that are still developing?

“Numerous studies have reported neurobehavioural effects in dental personnel occupationally exposed to chronic low levels of mercury (Hg).” (emphasis added)

“These results suggest …that humans chronically exposed to low doses of Hg may be at risk of autoimmunity induction regardless of their genetic background.” (emphasis added)

“Our study provides novel evidence…that developmental exposure to low levels of MeHg may result in long-term consequences predisposing to neurodevelopmental disorders and/or neurodegeneration.” (emphasis added)

“Thimerosal (an ethylmercury-containing compound used as a preservative in vaccines )…22 studies from 1971 to 2019 show that exposure to ethylmercury-containing compounds (intravenously, intraperitoneally, topically, subcutaneously, intramuscularly, or intranasally administered) results in accumulation of mercury in the brain. In total, these studies indicate that ethylmercury-containing compounds and Thimerosal readily cross the Blood-brain-barrier, convert, for the most part, to highly toxic inorganic mercury-containing compounds, which significantly and persistently bind to tissues in the brain, even in the absence of concurrent detectable blood mercury levels.”

Dangerous Effects from Low Levels of Aluminum

Aluminum is in some vaccines. Here are scientific articles that discuss how even low doses of aluminum are dangerous, especially to the nervous system.

 “The effects of low-dose Al were similar to those found in rats exposed to Al at a dose much higher (100mg/kg). Our findings suggest that Al may be considered toxic for the peripheral nervous system, thus inducing peripheral dysfunction.” (emphasis added)

“Aluminium (Al) oxyhydroxide (Alhydrogel®), the main adjuvant licensed for human and animal vaccines, consists of primary nanoparticles that spontaneously agglomerate. Concerns about its safety emerged following recognition of its unexpectedly long-lasting biopersistence within immune cells in some individuals, and reports of chronic fatigue syndrome, cognitive dysfunction, myalgia, dysautonomia and autoimmune/inflammatory features temporally linked to multiple Al-containing vaccine administrations. 

We conclude that Alhydrogel® injected at low dose in mouse muscle may selectively induce long-term Al cerebral accumulation and neurotoxic effects…the view that Alhydrogel® neurotoxicity obeys “the dose makes the poison” rule of classical chemical toxicity appears overly simplistic.” (emphasis added)

Disease is a product of genetics and environment

The fact that diseases result from the interaction of genetics and the environment is a well accepted principle of science.

“Few diseases result from a change in a single gene or even multiple genes. Instead, most diseases are complex and stem from an interaction between your genes and your environment.”

“Most diseases involve many genes in complex interactions, in addition to environmental influences.”

“[M]ultiple gene products and environmental factors interact to influence disease etiology in complex ways.”

Adverse reactions to vaccines can produce various diseases, based on genetics.

The video said: 

  • Some will get seizures and convulsions.  
  • Some will develop neurological disabilities.  
  • Some will get autoimmune diseases. 

Here a just a few examples from the medical literature.

Seizures and Convulsions from Vaccines

“In the empirical data, we narrowed the association with seizure from all vaccines in the schedule to three likely candidates, DTaP, PCV, and/or Haemophilus influenzae type B (HiB).”

“Febrile seizures are associated with the first dose of measles-containing vaccines and the risk increases with chronologic age during the second year of life.”

“Vaccination was found to be the second most common cause of febrile seizures.”

“These data suggest that the risk of febrile convulsion is increased in days 5-12 following vaccination with MMRV as compared to MMR+V given separately during the same visit, when post-vaccination fever and rash are also increased in clinical trials.”

An elevated relative incidence of convulsion was found in the 6- to 11-day period after receipt of Priorix (MMR vaccine GlaxoSmithKline, London, United Kingdom).

Neurological Disabilities from Vaccines

“Diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis vaccine may on rare occasions be associated with the development of severe acute neurological illnesses that can have serious sequelae.”

Here are some examples from proceedings in the Federal Court of Claims:

“The Court found, as a matter of fact, that Benjamin would not have experienced the seizure disorder and acute encephalopathy or the marked deterioration in neurologic development evidenced by the medical record in this case, but for the administration of the MMR vaccine on 17 November 2004 and the ensuing seizure on 27 November 2004. As such, the law applicable in the Vaccine Program leads the Court to conclude that the vaccination at issue was the cause-in-fact of the injury discussed in the Court’s findings.”

In the United States Court of Federal Claims, No. 06-0120V, Filed: 30 July 2008, Case of Benjamin Zeller

About 600 more cases here:

Examples of Neurological Injuries from Vaccines: Source is VAERS

Currently, the only way for the public to access data about specific vaccine injuries is through VAERS. Established in 1990, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a national early warning system to detect possible safety problems in U.S.-licensed vaccines. VAERS is co-managed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Just because a report is in VAERS does not mean it is verified. The government has decided that reported vaccine injuries are not important enough to require a formal and independent follow-up inquiry. For more information see Part 9.

Event Information

Patient Age1.50SexFemale
State / TerritoryDelawareDate Report Completed2020-04-20
Date Vaccinated2020-03-24Date Report Received2020-04-20
Date of Onset2020-03-24Date Died
Days to onset0GraneeNon-Grantee
Vaccine Administered ByPrivateVaccine Purchased ByNo Applicable
Mfr/Imm Project NumberNONEReport Form Version2

VAERS ID: 868508-1

“Developed fever to 102.4 approximately 6 hours after vaccination. The next morning, was noted to be lethargic with seizure-like jerking of extremities. Admitted to our hospital, initial EEG was not consistent with seizures, but continued to have altered mental status. On 3/28/20, developed EEG-confirmed status epilepticus requiring intubation and 3 anti-epileptic medications to break seizures. Ultimately extubated on 3/30 and has continued to show steady improvement each day thereafter with no further seizures witnessed. Is now receiving inpatient rehabilitation.”

Event Information

Patient Age16.00SexFemale
State / TerritoryFloridaDate Report Completed2020-02-01
Date Vaccinated2019-12-13Date Report Received2020-02-01
Date of Onset2019-12-15Date Died
Days to onset2GraneeNon-Grantee
Vaccine Administered ByPrivateVaccine Purchased ByNo Applicable *
Mfr/Imm Project NumberNONEReport Form Version2

VAERS ID: 858919-1

“My daughter has had the following wrong with her since December 13, 2019 we had went to the doctor let her know What was going on because she hasn?t been able to go to school due to all these issues from being sick and the doctor told us to report these events to Bear?s due to it being a reaction from the meningitis vaccine that she was given in December she hasn?t recovered and has been sick since the beginning of December from two days after being vaccinated… Every time she has a vaccine she has an injury and it is a struggle to just try to fill out something simple to get it reported there?s no simple form this whole process is ridiculous and long and strategic there?s no way to report every single vaccine injury even my own children it is a struggle just to get theirs reported an injury is so under reported. My daughter has many issues from birth just from being vaccine injured and her behavior and well-being has digressed from being vaccinated.”

Event Information

Patient Age14.00SexFemale
State / TerritoryTennesseeDate Report Completed2018-10-15
Date Vaccinated2018-09-21Date Report Received2018-10-15
Date of Onset2018-09-22Date Died
Days to onset1GraneeNon-Grantee
Vaccine Administered ByPrivateVaccine Purchased ByNo Applicable *
Mfr/Imm Project NumberNONEReport Form Version2

VAERS ID: 778109-1

“9/22/18 6:30 AM She woke up with a headache, swollen tongue and trouble talking and thinking. After that she had a mild headache daily until it got worse on 9/27/18. I took my daughter to the ER at 6:30 PM for meds to relieve the headache, they did not work and I had her at a different ER on 9/29/18 at 2:30 AM for the pain. This ER sent her to a pediatric hospital to be admitted. She stayed the night in Hospital and received meds via IV to get relief from the pain. She was back in the ER on 10/10/18 due to yet another migraine that this time involved hand tingling and mouth tingling. She once again received an IV and fluids and medication. She was released the same day and we followed up with a neurologist on 10/11/18 where she has been put on a daily medication to try to limit the amount of headaches that she gets. She now has headaches daily and lives in fear of a bad one that will possibly land her back in the hospital. Prior to getting the GARDASIL vaccine my daughter was healthy and did not have migraines. Before this vaccine she rarely even got a headache at all, much less one that we couldn’t get rid of!!!”

Event Information

Patient Age16.00SexMale
State / TerritoryHawaiiDate Report Completed2020-01-10
Date Vaccinated2019-09-13Date Report Received2020-01-10
Date of Onset2019-09-13Date Died
Days to onset0GraneeNon-Grantee
Vaccine Administered ByPrivateVaccine Purchased ByNo Applicable *
Mfr/Imm Project NumberNONEReport Form Version2

VAERS ID: 856171-1

“Summary: Immediately following vaccines. extreme pain in right shoulder that go progressively worse. Went to bed as soon as he got home. Woke up with headache, skin sensitivity, lethargy. 9/18/2019: Patient still feeling lethargy, skin sensitivity, bad consistent headache. Called Dr. Dr said he probably has a virus. 9?19?2019: Took patient to ER for excruciating headache, photosensitivity, and skin sensitivity. They gave him medicine. Told us to follow up with dr. 9/20/2019: Saw Dr. She gave him Acetaminophen. She said headaches should dissipate. 9/23/2019: Took him back to see Dr. Noticed irregular eye movements. Still experiencing photosensitivity, constant extreme headache, and now irregular eye movement and dizziness. 9/23/2019: Admitted to Medical Center. After numerous testing, all came back negative. Took patient home on the 9/29/2019. To this day, patient continues to experience irregular eye movements , as well as dizziness, Must use a cane/walker, and can’t attend school.”

Event Information

Patient Age1.92SexFemale
State / TerritoryIllinoisDate Report Completed2019-10-31
Date Vaccinated2019-10-24Date Report Received2019-10-31
Date of Onset2019-10-24Date Died
Days to onset0GraneeNon-Grantee
Vaccine Administered ByPrivateVaccine Purchased ByNo Applicable *
Mfr/Imm Project NumberNONEReport Form Version2

VAERS ID: 844752-1

“Patient was at a clinic appointment and very well Thurs, Oct 24,2019. Her LFTs were normal for her baseline at lab draw. A few hours after her flu shot, she started vomiting. It went on for 2 days until she became lethargic and appeared jaundiced. On Saturday, Oct 26, 2019 I took her to ED where she presented with cholangitis and elevated lfts. She now has a biliary drain inserted. It should be noted that last year, she had a similar, although less severe response and was hospitalized with severe vomiting and elevated LFTs after her flu shot.”

Autoimmune Diseases from Vaccines

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