Will the CDC Enforce Hepatitis Vaccinations on Baby Boomers?
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Will the CDC Enforce Hepatitis Vaccinations on Baby Boomers?

Will the CDC Enforce Hepatitis Vaccinations on Baby Boomers?

by Paul Fassa

Hepatitis C: Slide Set: 1 | CDC Viral Hepatitis

Hepatitis C: Slide Set: 1 | CDC Viral Hepatitis (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

October 14th, 2013

A scary CDC (Centers for Disease Control) proposition was reported by Activist Post in mid-2012 that so far hasn’t been acted upon. But a recent visit to my local VA (Veteran’s Administration) clinic raised the possibility that it may become reality. It was suggested I get the Hep-A and B vaccinations due to a positive Hepatitis C test in 1999. Adding that to the aggressiveness of enforcing vaccinations throughout many regions makes this CDC proposition more plausible.

In 2012, it was reported that the CDC was predicting an epidemic of hepatitis C (Hep-C) among baby boomers. So in order to preempt this epidemic, they drafted a proposition to have everyone born between 1945 and 1965 tested for Hep-C in order to receive treatments and vaccinations (after diagnosis) with Hep-A and B vaccines.

That seems like a nasty proposition. Two vaccinations that pretend to be designed for Hep-C. The Hep-B vaccine has a long track record of reported serious adverse reactions and deaths. They don’t have a Hep-C vaccination. Could it be because there is no virus?

Is there Even a Hep-C Virus

Dr. Michael Tierra and health reporter Sepp Hasslberger report how Chiron, a diagnostic department of Novartis Vaccines, spent years struggling to find a Hep-C virus. After lots of manipulation, they came up with footprint of a shadow, or a phantom virus, that enabled them to create a blood screening test for Hep-C that has generated considerable income.

Normally, when high liver enzyme counts are discovered in a blood test, a Hep-C test is ordered. But high liver enzyme counts simply indicate stressed livers, which could be due to several other causes.

Nobel prize winning virologist Peter Duesberg also thinks there is no Hep-C virus. So do journalists Torsten Engelbrecht and Dr. Claus Koehnlein who put out the book Virus Mania. Their book debunks virus claims for several diseases. The experts who debunk this test argue that the phantom virus does not pass the complete criteria of an actual infectious virus.

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