Forty-nine doses of fourteen vaccines before age six! That is the federally
recommended child vaccine schedule. Do we really want the federal government giving
us health advice? Consider this, during the past quarter century, the number of doses of
vaccines that pediatricians give babies and children under age 6 has more than doubled.
Interestingly, during the past quarter century, the number of children with learning
disabilities, ADHD, asthma and diabetes has more than tripled!
More than twice as many children have chronic brain and immune system
dysfunction today than they did in the 1970’s, resulting in 1 child in 150 developing
autism, compared to 1 in 2,500 in 1970 when half as many vaccines were given to
children. Could it be due to the lab altered viruses and bacteria; aluminum, mercury,
formaldehyde, MSG, hydrogen peroxide, unidentified contaminants and other toxins
routinely put into vaccines?
On January 15, 2013, The Institute of Medicine issued a report entitled, “The
Childhood Immunization Schedule and Safety: Stakeholder Concerns, Scientific
Evidence and Future Studies.” The committee repeatedly pointed out the astonishing lack
of quality scientific studies to support the safety of the federally recommended number of
doses and timing of vaccinations for children 0 to 6 years of age in the current vaccine
schedule. The committee’s recommendation is that the Center for Disease Control (CDC)
should conduct future vaccine safety studies using closed patient databases like the
Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD), which unfortunately prevent independent replication of
Barbara Loe Fisher, Co-founder and President of the National Vaccine
Information Center, www.nvic.org
, says independent replication is the gold standard in
science because it prevents fraud. “It is a conflict of interest for federal health agencies,
which are developing and patenting new vaccines, regulating, making policy for and
promoting mandating of vaccines, to also be in charge of conducting research into the
safety of federal vaccine policies.”
Fortunately, here in Ohio, parents still have a choice. As a parent of four and
another on the way, I choose less! Get informed at www.nvic.org
. Don’t just blindly
follow the federal governments’ recommendations. Your child’s health just may depend
are among the most chronically ill and disabled.