Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Are vaccinations effective and safe?

The decision to not have your children vaccinated can be a difficult one.  Pressure though the media from government health agencies can be very compelling.  But does vaccination really work?

Longtime MMR vaccine advocate Dr. Gregory Poland now says the measles-containing MMR shot often fails to protect against measles and that recently reported measles outbreaks in highly vaccinated societies occurs primarily among those previously vaccinated.

The MMR vaccine is unlikely to eradicate measles globally because even after two doses, nearly 10 percent of children do not have vaccine strain measles antibodies.

Serious vaccine reactions continue to be reported; a new father in Australia became paralyzed after receiving a B. pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine in order to visit his newborn son in the hospital nursery.

The parents of Saba Button reached a settlement with the vaccine’s manufacturer and the Australian government after it was ruled that she suffered permanent brain and organ damage after getting the Fluvax shot when she was 11 months old.

If you’re a parent considering vaccination for your children, or an adult considering vaccination for yourself, you need to defend your right to exercise informed consent so you can make an independent, empowered decision to protect your health.

Dominick Hussey
Osteopath and Functional Medicine Practitioner


Ottawa Holistic Wellness

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