Vaccine campaigns getting desperate

August 16, 2012 by: Sarah Harding
Vaccine manufacturers and those poised to benefit from vaccine revenue are working hard to keep critical information away from the general public. Recently, a website that offers parents advice on childhood vaccinations was told to remove information that was deemed offensive and slanderous towards the vaccine makers. The advice was supported by a study in 2002 and was presented in an informative manner making the complaint against the website frivolous.

Research exposing the true risks of vaccinations is never fully reported to the medical professionals giving the shots. Parents are provided a, carefully worded, vaccine insert only upon request. Moments prior to the child receiving a shot, the parents are given a watered down sheet distributed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that is supposed to provide enough information for the parent to give informed consent. At no point is a parent ever fully educated on the ingredients within the vaccines, the efficacy rates or the host of less common, adverse effects and in most cases, neither are those doing the poking.

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