Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Pig virus in your child's RotaTeq vaccine?

It's the end of June and this is not news, but may be news to you. Did you know about the contamination of the Rotarix and RotaTeq vaccines with pig virus?

Never mind that the virus in Rotarix is not lethal and the one in RotaTeq is. Should there be pig virus of any kind in vaccines given to your children? Is it any wonder why parents are so cautious and skeptical about vaccinations these days? How do we know for sure if all other vaccines are safe and don't contain viruses if these contaminated ones are allowed on the market? I know I am not the only parent who wants to ask someone these questions, but who will answer? It seems as though the interests of our children do not concern the FDA the least bit.

If your child has been vaccinated with one of these vaccines, did your doctor ever tell you about these findings? Or does he/she think it's not a big deal that a pig virus was injected into your baby? I think parents need to demand the truth - that is, if they decide to vaccinate in the first place. To make matters worse, the infant fatality rate in the U.S. from the disease this vaccine is supposed to prevent actually went up slightly since the vaccine's introduction. Not down, up. Is this really necessary? Show me the impostors that call this 'science'.

Comments welcome!


  1. Just as a point of fact, Rotarix and RotaTeq are generally administered orally, as opposed to by injected. It does not change the impact of your post, but speaking of administration methods accurately may remind parents when it was administered to their children.

  2. there's actually viruses in all the vaccines, they can't screen them out either because they are too small or they haven't been identified.

    here is one example of avian leukosis viruses in the MMR vaccine:


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