As a new father (having a newborn son is why I haven’t blogged in so long), the question of vaccine safety has become an increasingly important issue for me. A new study published in the journal Human & Experimental Toxicology shows a correlation between the number of vaccine doses infants receive and the number of hospitalizations and deaths (h/t Natural News). From the study’s conclusion:
Studies have not been conducted to determine the safety (or efficacy) of administering multiple vaccine doses in a variety of combinations as recommended by CDC guidelines. Our findings show a positive correlation between the number of vaccine doses administered and the percentage of hospitalizations and deaths reported to VAERS. In addition, younger infants were significantly more likely than older infants to be hospitalized or die after receiving vaccines. Since vaccines are administered to millions of infants every year, it is imperative that health authorities have scientific data from synergistic toxicity studies on all combinations of vaccines that infants are likely to receive; universal vaccine recommendations must be supported by such studies.
My wife and I have already had our first bad experience at the hospital with regard to vaccination, with a pediatrician telling us on our first visit, in an effort to convince us to let him administer the Hepatitis B vaccination, that our baby could be exposed to it from food. That is a lie. The only question is whether that doctor is a willful liar or just incompetent. Parents really need to educate themselves about these issues and not just blindly trust their doctors. Needless to say, we never went back to that quack again.