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Over 99% Of Vaccine Reactions Go Unreported In Dogs And Cats
« on: March 05, 2014, 10:49:46 AM »
This . . . THIS is what scares the heck out of me . . . and why I get so upset about vaccinations.  The conviction that vets have that they are "safe" as if there's no risk whatsoever, or that reactions are "rare."  And that conviction persists because no one is really tracking the problems that DO show up.  <<SHUDDER>>

http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/vaccine-reactions-unreported-dogs-cats/
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Re: Over 99% Of Vaccine Reactions Go Unreported In Dogs And Cats
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2014, 02:22:18 PM »
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Only 1% of adverse reactions to vaccines are likely to be reported

Of those, 90% are reported to the vaccine manufacturer directly, but not the CVB

When the vaccine manufacturers receive those reports, they are not obligated to send them to the CVB and the CVB doesn’t routinely request them.

The minuscule number of reports that do reach the CVB aren’t accessible to vets or the general public. There is no way for vets and pet owners to find out just how many adverse reactions are caused by vaccines.

What kind of messed up system is that?
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Re: Over 99% Of Vaccine Reactions Go Unreported In Dogs And Cats
« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2014, 02:25:11 PM »
I personally know of two dogs that have recently had cancerous tumors removed from their legs. Two different owners.  Two different dogs.  Two different vets.  Neither vet, according the owners, mentioned the tumors being vaccine related.  I asked.
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Re: Over 99% Of Vaccine Reactions Go Unreported In Dogs And Cats
« Reply #3 on: March 06, 2014, 02:57:34 PM »
I personally know of two dogs that have recently had cancerous tumors removed from their legs. Two different owners.  Two different dogs.  Two different vets.  Neither vet, according the owners, mentioned the tumors being vaccine related.  I asked.

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If the vets had documented where the vaccine was injected, e.g. lower right back leg, that would help determine if it was the vaccine that caused it.
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Re: Over 99% Of Vaccine Reactions Go Unreported In Dogs And Cats
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Over 99% Of Vaccine Reactions Go Unreported In Dogs And Cats

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