Is MY Child at Risk for Vaccine-Injury?

Is MY Child at Risk for Vaccine-Injury?
“Vaccines are safe.”
“The science is clear. For the majority of the population, vaccines are safe.”
“No medication is safe for 100% of the population. What we know is that there are rare instances where vaccine-injury occurs, but for most people, vaccines are safe.”
All of the above quotes are things we hear repeatedly in the media. Yet, we know that in some cases, vaccines do cause autism, and other serious injuries, including death. The U.S. Government has awarded more than 3 Billion Dollars to families of vaccine-injured children, including many children who developed autism after vaccination.
For parents and prospective parents, a very relevant question is, “What might make my child more likely to have a serious adverse reaction to vaccines?” Every parent should be able to ask this question. It is a reasonable expectation that the government which “mandates” vaccines for 100% of children born in the U.S. would also be concerned about which children may be more likely to be harmed by such a mandate. Unfortunately (for us), the U.S. government agencies who are in charge of investigating this stuff just really couldn’t give a rat’s you-know-what about whether or not your child might be more vulnerable to vaccine-injury. That’s why it is up to you to investigate prior to vaccination, and to make informed decisions about whether or not vaccines are advisable or safe for your particular child. Those decisions should be made based on your own family history.

What’s Really Behind Mandatory Vaccines?
Council for Vaccine Safety founder, Brandy Vaughn, joins the show to discuss what’s really behind the push for mandatory vaccinations. The pharmaceutical industry is set to make billions off of mandatory childhood vaccinations, and now both boys and girls will be pressured to take the highly controversial gardasil shot.

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