"The end game of every single debate on vaccines comes down to the quality of the research" by Ashley Everly
Ashley Everly is a toxicologist, science writer, activist and the mother of a vaccine injured child. She is also the force behind Vaccine Guide and the blog think love healthy. Click here to listen to a very informative interview with Ashley; and keep reading for a post that she recently shared on her Facebook page, about the importance of high quality vaccine safety research; which is vital for anyone considering vaccines for themselves or their children. If you are new to vaccine safety research and not sure where to begin, start here; and be sure read the recently published, very comprehensive, well written, well referenced, "How To End the Autism Epidemic" by J. B. Handley.
The following post appeared on Ashley Everly's Facebook page on November 14, 2018. Thank you Ashley for another great post and for all that you do to protect children and families from the harm and heartache that vaccines can and do cause.
The end game of every single debate on vaccines comes down to the quality of the research.
The pro-vaccine side absolutely cannot disagree that there is a great deal of research that calls into question the safety and efficacy of vaccines.
What they will do, however, is discredit every single scientist or researcher - from countries all over the world - who publishes research that is critical of vaccines.
Followers of this page, of Vaccine Guide, and of many other prominent, outspoken critics of the vaccine establishment, know that there is more than enough published scientific research and evidence otherwise to prove that vaccines are neither safe, nor effective.
Unfortunately, this research hardly ever sees the light of day because the CDC and the mainstream media (more than they care to do their due diligence and put the health and welfare of the people first) are mouthpieces for the industry.
"Pediatricians’ offices have become ugly battlegrounds. Intelligent, well-informed and loving parents asking legitimate questions about vaccination are being belittled and treated with disrespect and contempt by too many pediatricians robotically implementing the CDC’s inflexible vaccine schedule in clear violation of the informed consent principle."
-Barbara Loe Fisher-
The following is a video referenced commentary by Barbara Loe Fisher,
Co-Founder & President, National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC)
Originally posted 11/5/18 at www.nvic.org.
I remember when I took my first-born baby to the pediatrician for his first checkup 40 years ago. Like most young Moms, I looked up to my pediatrician and completely trusted him. I did everything he told me to do, never questioning his expertise or doubting him, believing that he would never recommend or do anything that would put my baby in harm’s way.
Much has changed since 1978. Back then infants and children were getting half as many vaccines as they do today.1 Parents had no information at all about vaccine risks and failures. We just followed the doctor’s orders.
Today, the subject of vaccination is the most often discussed health topic in America. Not a day goes by without mothers and fathers being reminded that the health of the nation depends upon making sure their children get every one of the 69 doses of 16 CDC recommended vaccines exactly on schedule. 2 3 4
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About 50 vaccine risk awareness advocates (several of whom are pictured above) traveled to CDC Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, at their own expense, to address members of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) during the public comment segment of the October 24-25, 2018 meeting. ACIP meets three times per year to make vaccine recommendations that are ultimately added to the vaccine schedule; and then mandated for school, work situations, military, etc. Once vaccines are added to the CDC schedule, the pharmaceutical company that made the vaccine and the doctor or healthcare provider that administered the vaccine are not liable if you or your child is injured or dies from that vaccine. Click here to view the October ACIP agenda. Note that public comments occurred after presentations were made and votes unanimously approving the recommendations were cast.
Below are three of the comments made to the committee. Be sure to turn on the speaker at the bottom right corner of each video for sound. Please listen, learn and share.