CDC Adds 3 More Vaccines to Childhood Immunization Schedule
On February 1, 2016, the insanity continued as the CDC hiked the childhood immunization schedule even further by adding another 3 vaccinations and lowering the age for the first HPV jab (Gardasil) to 9 years old. The total is now an outrageous 74 doses (53 injections) by age 17, an increase of 24X since 1950.
Have our children become pin cushions of profit for the drug companies? Here’s the breakdown. You decide.
In 1950, there were 3 childhood vaccines typically given when a child entered school.
In 1983, there were 10 recommended vaccines by the age of 6 years old (24 doses, 7 injections, 4 oral doses for polio).
In 2010, the CDC vax schedule totaled 68 doses with more than half given by the time a child was only a year and a half old.
In 2016, the schedule has increased to 74 doses by age 17 with 53 injections and 3 oral doses of rotavirus.
These rapid increases in the vaccine schedule mean that a 6 month old baby born today would receive over 2.5 times the number of vaccines as the maximum permitted for a 6 year old back in the 1980’s. And, by the time that same baby was 12 years old, he/she would have received over 7X the number of vaccines as a child born 30 years ago.
Predictably, children today are suffering from autoimmune disorders, behavioral problems, and physical disabilities at a rate growing in lockstep with the skyrocketing number of shots.
One in every two children suffers from a chronic problem today and the situation is only growing worse with each passing year.
Study: Combining Childhood Vaccines at One Visit Is Not Safe
Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons
Volume 21 Number 2 Summer 2016
Although health authorities including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claim that childhood vaccines are
safe and recommend combining multiple vaccines during one visit, a review of data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting
System (VAERS) shows a dose-dependent association between the number of vaccines administered simultaneously and the
likelihood of hospitalization or death for an adverse reaction.
Additionally, younger age at the time of the adverse reaction is associated with a higher risk of hospitalization or death.