The question of whether to vaccinate or not to vaccinate is a serious one. Vaccines have been said to contribute to a large number of syndromes and diseases that we have come to accept as normal parts of life. We don’t blink an eye when we hear that a child has asthma, allergies, or ADHD, and it has become all too commonplace to hear about another child with autism. Do we ever consider the possibility that adults with lifelong migraines may be able to trace their condition back to a vaccine at some point in their life? Vaccines are serious business and should be considered for the part that they may play in causing problems as much as they are claimed to solve them.
As of 2015 The Weston A. Price Foundation listed that there were no studies to date that proved that current vaccines were effective, nor that current vaccines were safe. There have been, however 100 studies showing a vaccine – autism link.
It has also been reported that if only one percent of the number of adverse reactions to vaccines since 1990 was reported it would be over 35 million. Doesn’t that warrant some investigation?
As a parent of a child with a vaccine injury, I can say with conviction that the decision of whether or not to vaccinate your child may very well be the most important decision you can make. I urge you to take that to heart and not react flippantly. Please inform yourself. For more information, click here.