Know the FACTS about the RISKS of vaccines
The U.S. gives more vaccines than any other country in the world. Our childhood schedule for a baby's first year has twice as many vaccines (17 shots!) as most other developed countries.
What else do we have? The highest infant mortality rate of any developed nation. Finland has the lowest - they only give 11 shots by age 6.
To see more details about the vaccine schedule and infant mortality go to VACCINE FACTS
Jan 2020: Britain’s leading cancer research charity (Cancer Research UK) reports a steep 54% rise in cervical cancer for 25- to 29-year-olds, the very age group that first received the HPV vaccine.
Dec 2019: World Health Organization (WHO) scientists state that there has not been adequate safety testing for vaccines, especially for the adjuvants and preservatives that are added to the vaccines.
Dec 2019: Vaccine Failure: Whooping Cough closes Texas school despite 100% vaccine rate
Dec 2019: Could Invisible Ink Tattoos be used to identify kids who are not fully vaccinated?
Nov 2019: Vaccine Injury Event draws thousands to Washington DC
July 2019: Gov't concedes Autism Caused by Vaccine court case (commentary)
Dec 2018: Nevada man develops Guillian-Barre Syndrome from flu shot.
June 2018: US Gov continues to pay millions for Vaccine Injury Claims
We constantly hear that vaccines are safe and effective and that there's nothing to worry about. However, this is simply not true.
There is ample research that points to rare but serious side-effects like seizures, brain injury and death, as well as milder, but more chronic side-effects like asthma & allergies. The TRUTH is that vaccines, like any other medical choice, have pros and cons that must be weighed. Explore VACCINE FACTS to help make a balanced decision.
Just as you can decide whether or not to get a flu shot each year, it is your right to choose which vaccines to give your child. Many diseases are mild, and having the actual disease can confer better life-long immunity. It's important to understand the risks of the disease vs. the risks of the vaccine.
Don't feel pressured by your doctor to accept the recommended vaccine schedule. The CDC schedule often entails giving 4-6 shots at a single doctor's visit, although there is little research on the safety of giving multiple shots at one time. Vaccines can be delayed using an alternate schedule or skipped all together - it's your decision.
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