Are Vaccines Altering Our Genes Causing Brittle Bones in Infants?
Since Health Impact News started the MedicalKidnap.com website in late 2014, we have reported on numerous stories where children are taken away from loving families simply because evidence was found of broken bones or other skeletal trauma. More and more research is coming out showing that other medical conditions can cause this trauma besides “shaken baby syndrome,” and it is not necessarily a sign of child abuse.
Some of these children have specific genetic markers that make them more prone to these types of injuries, such as Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and Osteogenesis Imperfecta. These types of genetic disorders are said to be “inherited,” but their rise in incidence leads an honest person to seek other causes besides genetics, as the whole field of epigenetics has shown us in recent years that genetic changes can occur due to external and environmental factors as well.
Since the rise of these genetic disorders also coincides with the increase of vaccines being added to the infant vaccine schedule, I asked Christina England to research this issue and give me a report. Her findings are reported below.