THE CAPTIVE AUDIENCE: A REVIEW OF PUBLIC INFORMATION ON THE SAFETY OF THE HEPATITIS B VACCINE, ESPECIALLY AS IT IS BEING MANDATED FOR NEWBORNS AND YOUNG CHILDREN
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CitationTHE CAPTIVE AUDIENCE: A REVIEW OF PUBLIC INFORMATION ON THE SAFETY OF THE HEPATITIS B VACCINE, ESPECIALLY AS IT IS BEING MANDATED FOR NEWBORNS AND YOUNG CHILDREN (2000 Third Year Paper)
AbstractBased on an evaluation of publicly available information and written from a consumer's perspective, this paper will present some of the known problems and most contested issues surrounding the safety of the hepB vaccine, as it affects U.S. citizens, as well as explore how they are playing out on this controversy's battlefield. As you read this paper and discover the possible ramifications of administering the hepatitis B vaccine, especially among infants and young children, it is important that you, the reader of this paper and archaeologist of facts, take a step back and review the artifacts with an open and objective mind. It is only within this purview that you will be able to appropriately ask yourself: should I be required to submit myself or my loved ones to this vaccine?
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