From the post:
In the at risk group, 42% of babies born of infected mothers develop occult HBV infection, and it is not prevented by administration of recombinant HBV vaccine to the newborn.
That’s right, research shows the vaccine is not effective at all in preventing infection in even those babies and may contribute to mutations in the virus that allow for covert infection. Oh, and in the babies who are not at risk, but still receive the vaccine as newborns, research shows it is short-lived and that by the time they are teenagers and could possibly be at risk, any immunity the vaccine may have produced will have worn off.
So why give the Hep B vaccine to babies? Keep reading. The article is written by Dr. Kelly Brogan, M.D.