Posted on 17 April 2013.
So a report by the CDC recently came out and stated that Autism is in no way related to Vaccinations. However, if you look closely at the study, the factor they used actually has nothing to do with providing any information for one side or the other? Todd goes solo in this episode, but references a response by Dr. Bob Sears who is in favor of vaccinations, just not 41 by the age of 2.
Todd looks at all of the vaccines and the schedule which the CDC believes all parents should stick too. They are even suggesting you give you child shots that they don’t need. Which ones? Find out.
If you are an expecting parent or a parent of young ones under the age of two, this is an episode for you, only because it will make you think and so many believe that husbands don’t do that very often. If you have a child who has already been given vaccines, and your child doesn’t have autism, then this is still an episode for you because it will give you an understanding of what the CDC and others are asking you to do to your child all in the name of “health”.
Did you ever have Chicken Pox? Why are we needing a vaccination for it now in the US? Before the Chicken Pox vaccine was licensed in the U.S. in 1995, there were approximately 100 deaths a year from chickenpox. That equals 0.000038% of the population and for that, all children are now required to get Chicken Pox Vaccines. Why don’t we just say it like it is. That percentage equals an opportunity for a business to makes lot of money. The business is question: Merck.
And so you know, only recovery from natural chickenpox disease will provide lifelong immunity. The Vaccine won’t provide that, in fact, when the chickenpox vaccine was licensed for public use in 1995, the FDA estimated that it was 70 to 90 percent effective in preventing disease. A December 2002 CDC study reported that “the effectiveness of the vaccine was 44 percent against disease of any severity and 86 percent against moderate or severe disease.” Some are suggesting a second dose of chickenpox vaccine may be needed. Another study in 2002 confirmed that adults exposed to natural chickenpox disease were protected from developing shingles and that there is concern that mass vaccination against chickenpox may cause a future epidemic of shingles, which is on the rise.
Since 2005, the Chicken Pox vaccine has also been available as part of a combination vaccine called MMRV.
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