Okay I'll bite one more time, then I think I'll give up. I have agreed to the point made repeatedly here that parents who give consent for vax are not giving informed consent for various and many reasons, some more valid than others IMHO.
How would a system (our system) ensure informed consent, especially since just about everyone here thinks the VIS suck even when they are actually handed out.
What are some suggestions for informing parents? What does informed consent look like to you? What would informed consent look like to a doctor who administers vax?
I think that a pamphlet should be mailed out before the first appointment that correctly details the diseases being vaccinated against, and ALL known risks of the vaccines as well as of the diseases.
If they're going to say that 36,000 Americans die annually from the flu (which they do say, and which is utterly untrue), shouldn't they also say that 1293 Americans have been compensated for vaccine-induced brain damage? Shouldn't they tell us about every case that was compensated in Vaccine Court instead of sealing the records? Shouldn't they tell us about seizure reactions, and about the studies that do link vaccines with all kinds of developmental and autoimmune disorders?
If I had known all the risks, I would have delayed all vaccines until after age 2, and then done only a few in total. I certainly would never have allowed hep B.
In addition, I think the nurse giving the shots should go over the risks again, rather like they do before you have surgery, and have you sign a consent form, putting your initials by each listed risk BEFORE giving the shots.