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  • jean Paul Aggiunto MI dispiace ma non sono d'accordo ! la pertosse non si propaga....nell'aria....ma si autosomatizza quando il sistema immunitario e' leso dai precedenti vaccini !
    questi i gravi danni dei vaccini : http://www.mednat.org/vaccini/dannivacc.htm
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