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Hepatitis B vaccine caused chronic fatigue syndrome – US Court

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The Refusers

July 9, 2013 by

By MB July 9, 2013


The United States Court of Federal Claims has ruled that ‘a dose of the hepatitis B vaccination caused [a patient] to develop chronic fatigue syndrome.’

The patient was awarded $1.1 million for medical expenses in the first year after this judgment and an annuity to pay for life care expenses for subsequent years.

This court judgment should be a clear warning to anyone considering receiving the hepatitis B vaccine that your life could be destroyed by this shot.

Pregnant women should be aware that most hospitals will give this vaccine to your child without your permission when they take the newborn baby away from you within hours of birth.

For background on the hepatitis B vaccine (how it came to be recommended for babies by the CDC and an analysis of hep B vaccine adverse events reported to the FDA) see my Congressional Testimony.

The Merck VARIVAX hepatitis B vaccine package insert adverse reactions section contains fatigue along with multiple sclerosis, seizure, encephalitis, lupus and arthritis.

If someone insists you or your child must get the hepatitis B vaccine, you have the right to refuse. You might suggest that they stick it up their own rear end.



Incidence Equal To or Greater Than 1% of Injections:


The most frequent systemic complaints include fatigue/weakness

Incidence Less Than 1% of Injections

Nervous System

Guillain-Barré Syndrome; multiple sclerosis; exacerbation of multiple sclerosis; myelitis including transverse myelitis; seizure; febrile seizure; peripheral neuropathy including Bell’s Palsy; radiculopathy; herpes zoster; migraine; muscle weakness; hypesthesia; encephalitis

Musculoskeletal System


Immune System

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE); lupus-like syndrome


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