Monday, January 4, 2010

Dog Bite Vaccine Is Is True That The Rabies Vaccine Is Effective Only For A Single Dog-bite?

Is is true that the Rabies Vaccine is effective only for a single dog-bite? - dog bite vaccine

In other words, the vaccine confers immunity against the virus for a certain period, rather than a single bite? What happens if the dog is a carrier?


David W said...

Probably not effective, even for a biting dog.
There is no scientific evidence that the vaccine theory has no validity at all.


A vaccinated person is more a disease from an unvaccinated person contract. The whole theory of vaccination is flawed. Weakens the immune system, so that vaccinated people more susceptible to diseases.
There are so many awful side effects of vaccination should be considered extremely dangerous.
Just sit and think for a moment.
Is there any sense in injecting a disease directly into your body.
We have a program of mind control horrible subjected to pharmaceutical companies that make money.

The false report of vaccination

If you are here on the web release of vaccination in
You can give all the necessary forms to their child.

If you study the history of vaccination, see
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harleyho... said...

The CDC is the best place to share the information you need. I joined a Q & A link from the CDC website for you.

From the information I read, it seems that the dose is well in May from 6 months to 2 years in humans and in most cases, vaccination is administered after exposure (to bite).

cowboydo... said...

A good question: Go to and type. He gives some examples. Remember, you do not know whether the animal is a carrier, acting all like Cujo.

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