New study published on vaccines

Delayed acquisition of neonatal reflexes in newborn primates receiving a thimerosal-containing Hepatitis B vaccine: Influence of gestational age and birth weight

This is an interesting publication further proving the relationship between vaccines and neurological problems. It also takes into account birth weight and gestational age.

The conclusion is that there IS a correlation between vaccines and the acquisition of reflexes. Vaccinated primates acquired their reflexes much slower than non-vaccinated primates. The most delayed where infants with low gestational age and birth weight.

And the evidence accumulates!!!


  1. I have to admit, I haven’t read your linked article and am not strongly pro or anti vaccine (getting Audrey’s vax done on the Dr. Sears protocol) but I really regret letting the NICU vaccinate Fletcher when and how they did. It was before I realized that advocate is the biggest role for parents in the hospital, and they gave him the full 2-month-old vaccination protocol when he was two months actual, instead of adjusted for his prematurity. Which means, since he was 15 weeks early, he got the shots typically given to a 10 pound (or more) two month old when he was only 33 weeks gestational age and weighed roughly 2 and 1/2 pounds. I timidly questioned the NICU nurses, but they assured me that is what “they” do… Ugh. Even though I have no idea if this affected his development, I will still always regret not standing up for my gut feeling and at least having a discussion with the doctor.

  2. okay, just skimmed your linked article and it makes me sick to my stomach. fletcher’s vaccinations didn’t include thimerosal, but it is not clear that the Th makes a difference. fletch didn’t have any brain bleeds, and I am trying my best to accept the fact that I don’t need to know the exact cause of his brain damage… but this article puts another possible blip on my radar.

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