The 21 curious questions we're never allowed to ask about vaccines
Rather, 'Vaccine industry in usa' – for they are immune from lawsuits since 1986, cdc recommendation schedule pushes ~30+ vaccines to kids under 2 year old, and vaccine market in usa is over $15 billion for adults only – expected to grow to 20-25bn in the next 5 years.
There are a few major important diseases everyone should be vaccinated against, from measles to a few other historical diseases. Anything more than that – ie vaccinating kids for conditions seen 1 in 10,000 etc – is JUST business – nothing else.
Of course, in terms of vaccine manufacturer accountability, US vaccine manufacturers have none – so therefore unreliable.
By the way, Glaxo-Smith-Klein is the pharmaceutical company which killed ~150,000+ people in usa from heart attacks through their drug, made $14 billion profit, and just got away with paying $3 billion fines to us. government. You can see how they did it from the below documentary: