An earlier REALfarmacy article attacked Johnson & Johnson’s baby products by revealing several lawsuits in the works for their baby powders and other products. One of the other products was Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Tylenol, which contains acetaminophen.
Included in that article was a dispute over their lawsuit’s dismissal by the parents of baby Tracen Sherfey. Tracen, only a few days old, died after administering Baby Tylenol, as instructed by their doctor, to help Tracen recover from a surgical procedure shortly after birth.
The surgical procedure was installing a colostomy bag internally because Tracen’s was not developed enough upon birth. He was victim of a rare developmental disease called Hirschsprung’s Disease (HD), which is noticed if the baby doesn’t have a bowel movement within 48 hours of birth. The bowel is not developing, according to mainstream medical science.
The parents had contended that particular stock of product was defective or tainted, Johnson & Johnson knew it but had not recalled all the defective products. Sometimes the defect is too high an amount of acetamenophen. Unfortunately, Tracen’s parents made some material errors that made it easy for a judge handling their final appeal to overturn their suit.
That type of lawsuit usually succeeds within a class action suit when there’s an abundance of indisputable evidence. This wasn’t the case with the Sherfeys whose only evidence in their favor was the bottle of cherry flavored liquid Baby Tylenol, but it was thrown away.
Acetaminophen Boosts Vaccine Injury Risks
But does a Baby Tylenol need to be defective to be dangerous? Anything containing acetaminophen can be dangerous by itself. It attacks the liver. Too much acetaminophen can kill an adult by causing total liver failure. OTC drugs containing acetamenophin cause more ER than any other pharmaceutical.
How does 80,000 ER visits, 26,000 hospitalizations, and around 500 deaths annually sit with you?
Amazingly, the “standard of care” for vaccination adverse reactions involves using Tylenol to “reduce the fever and pain”. Great, just when the baby’s immune system is under attack from toxic vaccine materials or the trauma of an operation and toxic drugs used as anesthesia, add a known liver toxin to reduce symptoms.
Then the liver can’t be of enough use for ridding all those toxins and the lights may go out. Acetaminophen hampers the liver’s glutathione production. Glutathione is the master antioxidant produced in the liver. It even refreshes other spent antioxidants and recycles them. If that production is hampered sufficiently, the whole immune system goes south.
The FDA issued a warning cautioning doctors to not prescribe any drugs with more than 325 mg of acetaminophen. But that warning is for prescription drugs, and it’s for doctors who may or may not read it. Tylenol is not a prescription drug even though you may be told to use it post vaccination or to “reduce fevers”.
Tylenol, Motrin, and Nyquil are OTC drugs containing acetamenophen, and if there is a production error or malfunction it may have more than can be handled under adverse conditions. This may have been the case with baby Tracen.
Not only was Tracen’s liver taxed with the trauma and toxins from the operation, he had also been given the hepatitis B vaccine, both very shortly after being born.
There have been several studies confirming that exposure to aluminum, thimerasol (mercury), formaldehyde, and other toxic materials in vaccines, then combining those with acetaminophen is an invitation to disaster in the form of autism spectrum disorders (ADS) or total out of touch autism, or death.
Those studies can be accessed from sources (3) and (4) in the sources section, thanks to Lowell Hubb’s commentary on the vactruth article in source (1).
Paul Fassa is a contributing staff writer for REALfarmacy.com. His pet peeves are the Medical Mafia’s control over health and the food industry and government regulatory agencies’ corruption. Paul’s contributions to the health movement and global paradigm shift are well received by truth seekers. Visit his blog by following this link and follow him on Twitter here
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