My Unconventional opinion on the introduction of hepatitis b into the newborn vaccine schedule in the UK

13 Jul

infanrix vaccine

The introduction of the new hexavalent 6-in-one vaccine ‘Infanrix’ poses an unacceptable risk to the health of British children. There have been no safety studies on combined doses of vaccines administered together in this manner.

The addition of more vaccines for younger babies may have a more sinister motive. By vaccinating newborns before they have the chance to display their personality and behavioural traits fully, the chance of a parent recognising their child’s potential regression post-vaccination, is diminished greatly. In other words if there is a neurological disorder, it will be put down to the child being ‘born that way’.

I would never inject my newborn with a hepatitis b containing vaccine, here’s why…

  • The hepatitis b vaccine contains the adjuvant and known neurotoxin, aluminium which may have undesirable affects on the developing newborn brain.
  • The equivalent of giving a newborn any single vaccine (let alone a set of combined vaccines) would be to inject a 180lb adult with 30 vaccines on the same day.
  • Most newborns are not at high risk of contracting this disease. The hepatis b vaccine was originally created for sex workers and I.V drug users who are at high risk of contracting hep b disease through needles or sexual transmission of bodily fluids.
  • The most likely way a newborn would contract hep b is via infection from the mother who is typically aware of her hep b status either before or during pregnancy when she is offered a test.
  • If a mother wishes to offer her baby the natural immune protection of breastfeeding, the vaccine can interfere with early breastfeeding by causing side effects such as lack of appetite.
  • This disease is not high risk for babies and children and would be more affective offered to adolescents who wish to practice unprotected sex.


  • The science does not support hepatitis b vaccination:

The risks of the vaccine given to newborns are unacceptable when compared with the efficacy as demonstrated in numerous studies found on pub med. Including:
A 2014 study titled, ‘duration of protection after infant hepatitis B vaccination series‘, found only 24% of adolescents had protective anti-HB levels. It stated that 92% achieved protective levels after a challenge dose. (ncbi study). Another study found 40% had protective anti-HB levels 15 years after their primary vaccination series of shots, meaning 60% did not. (Second study).

In newborn babies, it is notoriously more difficult to achieve an adult-like response, because the immune system just isn’t there to be stimulated. According to a World Health Organization (WHO) document, titled Vaccine immunology: On page 32,

“Antibody responses elicited before 12 months of age rapidly wane and antibody titers soon return close to baseline levels.” And: “The induction of strong antibody responses to a single vaccine dose that would be given soon after birth unfortunately currently remains an elusive goal, and adult-like responses may eventually be only elicited in older infants”.

It’s time to stand up to the unecessary infliction of toxic chemicals and viruses on babies with such immature immune systems, operating at only 60% at one year, let alone younger. Nowhere in nature is an organism bombarded with so many diseases at once such as occurs during the administering of a combined vaccination.

When making an informed vaccine decision always read the package inserts not just the vaccine information sheets before making a decision. You can’t unvaccinate your child but can always decide to vaccinate later on.

For more info, click in the link to access a video discussion on the topic here: The one vaccine your newborn should avoid


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