1. Anthrax
  2. DTaP
  3. DTaP - Hib
  4. DTaP - IPV
  5. DTaP - Hep B - IPV
  6. DTaP - IPV - Hib
  7. DTaP
  8. Hib
  9. Hib - Hep B
  10. Hep A
  11. Hep B
  12. Influenza
  13. IPV
  14. JE-Vax
  15. Meningococcal
  16. Td
  17. Tdap


In 1987, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classified formaldehyde as a probable human carcinogen under conditions of unusually high or prolonged exposure. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classifies formaldehyde as a human carcinogen. In 2011, the National Toxicology Program, an interagency program of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), named formaldehyde as a known human carcinogen in its 12th Report on Carcinogens.


Formaldehyde is known to cause cancer.

Age: Formaldehyde exposure is a special concern for children and the elderly. Children may become sensitive to formaldehyde more easily, which may make it more likely they will become sick. Elderly people may be less able to tolerate high formaldehyde exposures. If children or elderly people are in your home, it is important to reduce their exposure to formaldehyde.

Health conditions: Formaldehyde irritates the airways. People with asthma, bronchitis, or other breathing conditions are especially sensitive to formaldehyde. People with other chronic diseases also may be less able to tolerate formaldehyde exposure. Pregnant women and their unborn children may not be at higher risk, but they should be careful about exposure. If anyone in your home has any of these conditions, it is important to reduce their exposure to formaldehyde.


Formaldehyde is a sensitizing agent that can cause an immune system response upon initial exposure. It is also a cancer hazard. Acute exposure is highly irritating to the eyes, nose, and throat and can make anyone exposed cough and wheeze. Subsequent exposure may cause severe allergic reactions of the skin, eyes and respiratory tract. Ingestion of formaldehyde can be fatal, and long-term exposure to low levels in the air or on the skin can cause asthma-like respiratory problems and skin irritation such as dermatitis and itching.

NOTE: NO Vaccine has Ever been tested for Carcinogenic, DNA Mutation or Infertility


  1. Alters tissue proteins
  2. Anemia
  3. Antibodies formation
  4. Apathy
  5. Blood in urine
  6. Body aches
  7. Cardiac impairment
  8. Palpitations 
  9. Arrhythmias

  10. Central nervous system depression 
  11. Depression

  12. Changes in higher cognitive functions
  13. Chest pains and tightness
  14. Colds
  15. Coma
  16. Constipation
  17. Convulsions
  18. Death
  19. Destruction of red blood cells
  20. Diarrhea
  21. Difficulty concentrating
  22. Disorientation 
  23. Dizziness
  24. Ear aches 
  25. Sensitivity to sound

  26. Eczema
  27. Emotional upsets
  28. Fatigue
  29. Fetal asphyxiation (SIDS)
  30. Flu-like or cold like illness
  31. UTI
  32. Gastritis
  33. Headaches
  34. Hyperactivity
  35. Hypo menstrual syndrome
  36. Immune system sensitizer
  37. Inability to recall words and names
  38. Inconsistent IQ profiles
  39. Asthma
  40. Irritability
  41. Jaundice
  42. Speech delays / impairment 
  43. Schizophrenic-type symptoms