Vaccine Injury – Myths
The General Public Is Not Aware Of Vaccines, Ingredients or Dangers!
Here Are the Top 10 Most Common Myths and Misconceptions About Vaccines
- Myth #1: There is lots of research done proving vaccines are safe.
Most people….think there is research on vaccine safety that has been done. There is not true – there are no long term vaccine safety studies! On the other hand, there are numerous other published studies that show harm from vaccines.
- Myth #2: If it wasn’t for vaccines, diseases would spread and it would be much worse.
Most people….think that vaccines have stopped the spread of diseases. This is not true. Disease was stopped by improved sanitation including indoor plumbing, better living standards, cleaner water and a more adequate diet This is what has stopped the rise of most contagious diseases in the USA. The historical tracking regarding the drop in diseases over time proves this true.
- Myth #3: Vaccines help prevent disease – they can’t harm – or why would my government or any other insist and make laws requiring them?
Most people…don’t know that vaccines can cause injury or death. They do not know how to identify a vaccine injury. Under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) has paid more than $3 billion to vaccine injured families. The Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS.org) is database for tracking reported vaccine injuries and it just reached over 500,000 reported injuries – and that is with less than 1% of all vaccine injuries are even reported.
- Myth #4: What’s there to know? It’s all been figured out for me.
Most people….don’t ask for or read the vaccine insert before agreeing to shots for their children. They don’t know what is in each vaccine or read the list of toxic ingredients.
- Myth #5: Vaccines are made up mostly the viruses for the disease and a few other harmless things.
Most people….don’t know what the ingredients in vaccines are. They assume that there is a virus culture mixed with saline. They don’t read any scientific research about the potential dangers of vaccines. They don’t even imagine a vaccine could be harmful.
- Myth #6: My kids will get about the same number of shots that I did, and I was fine – so I don’t need to worry.
Most people….think that the amount of vaccines given now is the same as they received when they were children, about 10 or less in total. No, it’s not! Parents assume that the child receives a few vaccines per year at their “well baby” doctor visits. But the fact is, on each visit, a child might be injected with 13 vaccines and all at one visit. There are currently 49 vaccines by age 6 on the CDC schedule.
- Myth #7: My caring doctor would warn me if vaccines were not safe, they are supposed to know about all this. That’s why I go to them in the first place.
Most people….trust their doctors with the vaccine decision. Yet, doctors do what they are told by pharmaceutical companies. In a recent survey, it was reported that 13% of all doctors do not follow the vaccine schedule on their own children. Pharmaceutical companies have a tremendous financial interest in selling vaccines and it is a billion dollar industry worldwide. Big Pharma is the largest political lobby currently in the USA, influencing vaccine laws and policies.
- Myth #8: It is perfectly safe to give newborns and babies vaccines.
Most people….don’t know that vaccines contain many toxic ingredients that are given at an age when babies don’t yet have blood-brain barrier or a fully developed immune system. These vaccine toxins will cross the blood-brain and can affect brain function.
- Myth #9: The first vaccine is given at birth because it is necessary.
Most people….don’t realize the first vaccine given to their newborn child is for Hep B. They don’t realize that the Hep B vaccine was designed for and given only for sexually irresponsible people or drug users who share needles. (Ummm….ask yourself how many newborns are doing that?)
- Myth #10: The vaccine schedule is the same now as it was when I was a kid and it stays about the same, so I don’t need to be concerned for my children….grandchildren.
Most people….don’t realize how much the vaccine schedule has changed, in the past 30 years. It has grown from 10 vaccines in 1983 to 36-38 in 2013 and now 49 shots by age 6 per the CDC schedule.