Pneumococcal Vaccines

Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA





Doctors are keenly promoting pneumococcal vaccinations.

They seem to think it is an excellent idea.

Iím not so sure.

First, although the vaccine sounds as though it might protect me against pneumonia, it wonít. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, there is `no decrease in pneumonia incidence as a result of vaccinationí.

Second, the pneumococcal vaccine is now believed to be the reason why all vaccinated children are carriers of methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). This leaves children vulnerable to pneumonia, myocarditis, middle ear infections, endocarditis, osteomyelitis and a host of other horrible disorders. The MRSA bug is virulent and widespread in hospitals and this is believed to be a result of the vaccination programme.

Third, according to leaked documents from the Belgian medicines agency, the risks of this vaccine now substantially outweigh any benefits. There were allegedly 22 deaths over a two year period.

Fourth, giving this vaccine to older people has been linked to 30 deaths and more than 3,300 reported side effects Ė including heart disorders and joint and muscle pain.

Fifth, a report by the Infectious Diseases Society of America has revealed that the presence of certain types of bacteria in patients with upper respiratory tract infections has increased markedly since pneumonia vaccines were introduced.

Doctors donít seem to mention these problems.

Maybe they donít know about them.

Or maybe they are worried that theyíll get into trouble if they mention them.

Copyright Vernon Coleman May 2019

Vernon Colemanís book on vaccines is available as an eBook and as a paperback. Itís called Anyone Who Tells You Vaccines Are Safe and Effective Is Lying. Hereís the Proof.





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