The one size fits all vaccine program
The cost of vaccinating a child has risen more than 24 times over the past two decades. By the time a child born in 1990 (when my eldest DD was born) reached 18 they would have received 15 doses of vaccines, today a child will receive 53 doses.
One has to wonder, are all of the diseases for which the CDC now recommends universal vaccination “leading causes of death and disability?” If not, what is the purpose of the substantially expanded vaccine recommendation schedule? Does this increased vaccination schedule ensure a long, productive, healthy life for all people?
Whether these government health officials believe medical consumers are brainless or spineless enough to accept everything put forth by health ‘authorities’ without question; or whether FDA/CDC officials believe they are ‘turning up the heat’ gradually enough that no one will notice makes no difference.
\By continuing to promote a ‘one-size-fits-all’ vaccination schedule, knowing full well that vaccines can and do cause substantial harm (even death) to some, the FDA and CDC have demonstrated their willingness to ‘throw American children into the frog pot’ and see what happens.
The only thing which remains to be seen is – what will it take to stop the experiment?
"If you find from your own experience that something is a fact and it contradicts what some authority has written down, then you must abandon the authority and base your reasoning on your own findings"~ Leonardo da Vinci
mama to two teens and two tots madly in love with DP
I remember a time when i worked as a daycare teacher in the early 80's and we laughed about how one day they'd have a chicken pox vaccine....sure enough, ten years later, one came out, so parents wouldn't have to miss work taking care of a sick kid with that pesky childhood disease, chicken pox. THAT is why the chicken pox vaccine became mandated so early. 'They' figured all the other childhood disease shots were on the schedule, might as well make chicken pox mandatory too. Now we are seeing the repercussions of that decision.