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THE HEXAVALENT VACCINATION RUSSIAN ROULETTE THE HEXAVALENT VACCINATION RISK FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS' LIFE . THE INTRODUCTION OF THE POST HEXAVALENT VACCINATION SUDDEN DEATH SYNDROME (PHVSIDS) AND THE POST VACCINATION ASIA SYNDROME( PVAS). REVIEW UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE ITALIAN SOCIETY OF ADOLESCENTOLOGY AND ADOLESCENCE MEDICINE, THE MILAN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND THE PERSON CENTERED MEDICINE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY Giuseppe R.Brera Summary The review of the international literature on the hexavalent vaccination adverse effects, documents, without doubt, the existence of a new clinical syndrome: “The Post Hexavalent Vaccination Sudden Infant Death Syndrome ”, (PHVSIDS) without concurrent pathologies inducing a life risk confirmed by autoptic investigation, with an enhancement of the infant mortality and hospital admissions rates correlated to the number of vaccines before the first year of life.From 1999 to 2004, in Italy, there has been a slaughter of 52 infants, directly associated to hexavalent vaccination , 8 before 24 hours (RR= 1,5, RR= 2,3 with the Infarix Hexa vaccine- 0,7 with Hexavac ) , 34 within 7 days (RR=1,8- RR 1,5 with Infarix Hexa- 2,8 with Hexavac, with all the hexavalent products RR =2) 52 within 14 days (RR 1,5, RR= 1,5 with Infarix Hexa,1,6 with Hexavac). Children' deaths notifications continued after this date. The hexavalent vaccination appears like a Russian Roulette in children with an unknown vulnerability. In addition to PHVSDS, there is the clinical and scientific evidence of auto-immune diseases, associated to vaccinations that derive from minerals added to vaccines as adjuvants, preservatives and stabilizers, like Aluminum , inoculated in enormous quantities, and Mercurium, that allows to define a new clinical Syndrome: the Post Vaccination ASIA Syndrome-PVAS). ASIA is the depicted Autoimmunity Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants . Autoimmunity can derive also from DNA recombination in the host of the DNA from human cell lines of abortion fetuses used for the MMRV vaccine production also associated with autism. Moreover, there is an irrefutable documentation that hexavalent vaccination determines immunosuppression well depicted by immunology, a consequent cause of death from other infections, as happened. The WHO AEFI algorithm (Causality Assessment of Adverse Event following vaccination) built on an epistemological mechanistic obsolete linear causality ,showed a well explained fallacy. These scientific and clinical observations give evidence to the fact that children cannot be treated as battery chickens and to the necessity of a person centered approach to vaccination according Person centered Medicine, the change of the medical science paradigm. The paper reveals that the Italian Health Ministry has spread in 2017 a 2009 a guide written in 2009 to the vaccination adverse effects, with ridiculous and dangerous suggestions , like “ Do not visit healthy children before vaccination nor take temperature ” and it was informed about a true Italian children’s slaughter and serious adverse effects from hexavalent vaccination ( 9-20,3 % from 2014-2016) and another signaled 5 children' deaths from PHVSDS . The philosophy “ Let few deaths for saving much more lives “ is unacceptable for a physician who risks to see a newborn death caused by his act, within few hours from a preventive vaccination, and at the same time, parents cannot be obliged to expose their children to a Russian Roulette. The possible solution is to entrust to the pediatrician the choice of vaccination time, after a necessary clinical evaluation, reducing the number of vaccines to essential, with a health policy that could be named “Person centered vaccination”. Infectious diseases can be more prevented enhancing natural immunity, also with a public health policy promoting breastfeeding, a strong immune protective factor with also vaccine power, maternal care quality and educating to a healthy immune stimulating diet and life conditions, all resiliency factors for natural immunity, more powerful than adaptive immunity Review in Italian
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