Vaccines: One size Fits All?

May 5, 2008

That’s certainly what state legislators think. We are seeing an increased number of bills being introduced that require school aged children to be vaccinated against a variety of illnesses.
Is this a good idea or a bad idea? You decide.
♦ In the 1970’s, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) said children should get 23 doses of 7 vaccines by age 6. The first vaccinations were given at 2 months old.
♦ Today the CDC and AAP tell doctors to give children 48 doses of 14 vaccines by age 6. The first vaccination is given at 12 hours old! And at 2 months old, a baby can receive 8 vaccines on a single day—a baby at 15-18 months can receive as many as 12 vaccines in a doctor’s visit.
OK, so our children are receiving more vaccines.  That just means they’re more protected. Right? You decide.

In 1976, 796,000 children were learning disabled. ► Today 1 child in 6 is learning disabled.
In 1979, there were 2 million asthmatic children. ► Today 1 child in 9 has asthma.
In 1970, 1 child in 2,500 developed autism. ► Today 1 child in 150 develops autism
In 1970, 1 child in 1,750 was diabetic. ► Today 1 child in 450 becomes diabetic.

Still not convinced?
♦ American children are the most highly vaccinated children in the world and they are the most chronically ill and disabled.
♦ During the past quarter century the number of doses of vaccines given to children under the age of 6 has more than doubled. During that same time period, the number of children with learning disabilities, ADHD, asthma, and diabetes has more than tripled.
♦ More than twice as many children have chronic brain and immune system dysfunction today than did in the 1970’s when half as many vaccines were given to children.
The Coalition Against Mandatory Vaccination (CAM-V), an AAHF initiative, believes that the right to choose what is injected into the body is a health freedom right that needs to be freely available in all fifty states. AAHF intends to achieve this ambitious health freedom goal by establishing state chapters in all 50 states. CAM-V’s mission is in line with AAHF’s mission which is the “right of the consumer to choose and the practitioner to practice.” The right to choose vaccination–to be fully vaccinated, partially vaccinated or unvaccinated-is a primary to health freedom.
The success of our mission depends on you.

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4 responses to “Vaccines: One size Fits All?”

  1. Lana Temme says:

    What is injected in the body of a child MUST NOT be mandated.
    Our children are not lab rats.
    Vaccines have serious side effects.
    Vaccines can affect child brain and immune system.
    The right to choose what is injected into the body is a health freedom right that needs to be freely available in all fifty states.

  2. Thomas Uhing says:

    For some time I have feared the evident corruption in the FDA, AMA and even the WHO. Evidence pointed years ago and exposed by courageous scientific doctors and lab workers that the injections themselves were causing more damage than the supposed Swine Flu, Bird Flu and other viruses.
    If anything we can do here against this corporate-sponsored evil is not effective soon, maybe a big class–action suit against the FDA could expose them and effectively shut this corrupt agency down.

  3. Tim Perez says:

    Im a ferm believer that FDA has not been totally honest with the facts to the people, due to their secret of business, its a fact that the main reason this is, due too a big Financial Crisis, Fact if no People no Money that is the reason FDA has not reveled its total facts to the People without us People the FDA would CRASH!!!!!!!!! this a fact. In all due respect to the medical world we need our Doctors and our facilities Hospitals and their well due time and well respected personal to help and save lives,but we as the people need understanding and respect also for HEALING and medication facts and this is were we should draw the LINE,because their is Alternative Healing with Nutrition, Thank You Mr Timothy Perez

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