Anthrax Vaccine Side Effects Silenced?
Anthrax Vaccine Side Effects not Covered by Main Stream Media
Written by Steve Isaacson; Edited by Ron Bartels
We veterans used to test the Anthrax Vaccine Side Effects?
This report covers the Anthrax vaccine side effects of Veterans. The Anthrax Vaccination is a mandatory immunization for people serving in the US military. It has been linked to dozens of serious side effects. But in spite of this, the Department of Defense still insists that the defective drug is perfectly safe. Thousands of veterans have been permanently disabled following reactions to Anthrax vaccine side effects. However, the US government refuses to classify these injuries as combat related. That is why so many disabled veterans economic hardship. On top of that veteran’s disability benefits are still subject to income tax.
The US military began requiring its uniformed personnel and civilian contractors to receive an Anthrax vaccine in 1998. They said they were concerned that enemies might use the deadly virus in biological weapons. Since then, well over 2.6 million people have received the Anthrax vaccine.
In 2004, military personnel not required to receive the Anthrax vaccinations while the courts reviewed the situation. A US court had ruled that the Food & Drug Administration had to approve its use. The FDA did that in in 2005. Now the Anthrax vaccine is again required for soldiers and contractors.
The FDA has received thousands of adverse event reports for the Anthrax vaccine on its Vaccine Adverse Reporting System. Many reports were classified as “serious”, and some resulted in deaths. Some doctors have attributed 10-15 medical conditions to the Anthrax vaccine. The side effects include everything from hearing loss, sleep disorders and neurological problems. Some reactions even mimic Multiple Sclerosis. Here is a link to more information on Anthrax Vaccine Side Effects.
Fear of Anthrax Vaccine Side Effects – Veteran Pay the Price of Refusal – Video
Soldiers and their families have repeatedly asked the Defense Department to stop using the Anthrax vaccine. So far it has refused. For soldiers disabled by the Anthrax vaccine, life becomes both a physical and financial struggle. Those suffering the most serious Anthrax vaccine side effects can no longer work. They are forced to rely on disability payments that can equal as little as a third of what they earned before they became sick.
So far, the US military has resisted all efforts to recognize Anthrax vaccine side effects. They must do a better job of reclassifying these debilitating injuries as combat related. A recent bill in Congress could provide help to some veterans disabled by Anthrax vaccine side effects. While not specifically related to the Anthrax vaccine, the Disabled Veterans Tax Termination Act would give all disabled soldiers the same benefits given to retired veterans with 20 years of service. You need to pester your Congressman to get this passed. This bill won’t protect future soldiers from the ravages of Anthrax vaccine side effects. But the act could lighten the financial burden faced by those disabled from exposure to this dangerous vaccine.