Antibiotics in vaccines decrease the growth of bacteria during storage, but increase human susceptibility to superbugs 

It’s no conspiracy that antibiotics are used during the vaccine manufacturing phase to stave off bacterial contamination of tissue culture cells where the dangerous, infectious disease viruses are nurtured in chicken egg embryo and aborted human albumin (fetal tissue and blood). These so-called “trace amounts” of antibiotics, such as neomycin, are commonly found in vaccines such as MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) at about 25 micrograms per dose, and persons who are allergic to such antibiotics experience severe and life-threatening reactions immediately following injection.

Read more here: Antibiotics in vaccines decrease the growth of bacteria during storage, but increase human susceptibility to superbugs – NaturalNews.com

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