Is the childhood vaccine schedule safe?
In 1953, health officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control told doctors to give children 16 doses of four vaccines by age six.
In 1983, it was 23 doses of 7 vaccines by age six.
In 2013, it was 69 doses of 16 vaccines by age 18, with 50 doses given by age six.
With infants and children in America getting four times as many vaccinations as their grandparents got, how healthy are they?
Today, 1 child in 6 is learning disabled. In 1976, it was 1 child in 30.
Today, 1 child in 9 has asthma. In 1980, it was 1 child in 27.
Today, 1 child in 50 develops autism. In the 1990s, it was 1 child in 555.
Today, 1 child in 400 has diabetes. In 2001, it was 1 child in 500 has diabetes.
On top of that, millions of children suffer with seizures, inflammatory bowel syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid disease, multiple sclerosis, life-threatening allergies, anxiety, depression and behavior disorders.
In 2012, the Institute of Medicine published, Adverse Effects of Vaccines: Evidence and Causality (2012). As detailed in this 894 page report:
158 adverse event-vaccine (AE/v) combinations were studied. According to IOM, the evidence:
- Convincingly supports a causal relationship in 14 AE/vaccine relationships
- Favors acceptance of a causal relationship in 4 AE and vaccine relationships
- Favors rejection of a causal relationship in 5 AE/vaccine relationships (note: this includes MMR-autism)
- Inadequate to accept or reject: 135 AE/vaccine relationships (85%)
Vaccine safety science has so many knowledge gaps that the Institute of Medicine could not determine whether the timing and numbers of vaccinations given to babies and young children is or is not responsible for the development of learning disabilities – asthma – autoimmunity – autism – developmental and behavior disorders – seizures – and other kinds of brain and immune system problems.
An unprecedented number of children are born healthy, get vaccinated and are never healthy again. It is a public health crisis that cannot be ignored.
Before you take a risk, find out what it is.
It’s your health. Your family. Your choice.