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Hi everyone

I am a mom to an 18 month old boy. We live in Richmond, VA area. Lately I have been growing increasingly concerned about the vaccine pushing that's going on. I believe that vaccines for certain diseases, such as polio, smallpox, etc. are good and necessary. But with the approval and endorsement of covid vaccine for babies I am very worried and baffled as to why the vaccine is being promoted to this demographic. The testing and trials process has been incredibly unsatisfactory. The reports of side effects in all demographics (not just babies) are very alarming and the suppression of this information is even more so. The key to this seems to be that it's all political and pharma lobbying is behind it. Reading the book "The real Anthony Fauci" has gotten me extremely worried and outraged. I fear for my son's health (he is a healthy boy) and I basically don't trust anything that comes out of CDC, WHO, FDA, and all those other federal agencies. They DO NOT have public health in mind. Only profits and politics.

Long story short, I am looking for like-minded moms in my area and recommendations for pediatricians who think critically and don't just blindly recommend the covid vaccine because the CDC said they should.

I tried to access the vaccinations section of this forum but I get an error message. On some other thread someone said that I won't be able to see it until I make at least 20 contributions to this forum. Is that true?

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I tried to access the vaccinations section of this forum but I get an error message. On some other thread someone said that I won't be able to see it until I make at least 20 contributions to this forum. Is that true?
Unfortunately it seems to be true. 17 more posts to go.;)
 

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Unfortunately, this website isn't great for finding people in a specific area. It's still good for exploring different ideas though.
It will be probably be difficult to find a pediatrician who doesn't recommend whatever the CDC recommends. You will need to research all the vaccines yourself so you know which ones you want to decline when they are recommended.
 

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Unfortunately, this website isn't great for finding people in a specific area. It's still good for exploring different ideas though.
It will be probably be difficult to find a pediatrician who doesn't recommend whatever the CDC recommends. You will need to research all the vaccines yourself so you know which ones you want to decline when they are recommended.
Thank you. Yeah, I noticed that there isn't a whole lot of activity going on in local sub-forums.
It's hard to know who to trust and what to believe when it comes to vaccines. I definitely don't trust and don't believe anything the CDC says, that's for sure.
 

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In the meantime, one resource I like is Childrens Health Defense. They have good articles. Children's Health Defense

Another one is the National Vaccine Information Center. Not my favorite organization for some historical reasons, but they are, overall, a good resource. Home | NVIC

You can also try your local public library to see if they carry any vaccine critical books. Some still do. Interlibrary loan may help you to track them down.
 

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In the meantime, one resource I like is Childrens Health Defense. They have good articles. Children's Health Defense

Another one is the National Vaccine Information Center. Not my favorite organization for some historical reasons, but they are, overall, a good resource. Home | NVIC

You can also try your local public library to see if they carry any vaccine critical books. Some still do. Interlibrary loan may help you to track them down.
Thank you! I have been reading some stuff on the Children's Health Defense site already, but not familiar with the second one. I will check it out.
 

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In the meantime, one resource I like is Childrens Health Defense. They have good articles. Children's Health Defense

Another one is the National Vaccine Information Center. Not my favorite organization for some historical reasons, but they are, overall, a good resource. Home | NVIC

You can also try your local public library to see if they carry any vaccine critical books. Some still do. Interlibrary loan may help you to track them down.
Appreciate and thank you for your valuable reply.
 

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Probably because there were some people who joined just to get into arguments. But they seem to have left. It's pretty calm here now.
It's probably a good idea that there's a threshold to keep people out of the more divisive discussions like a minimum post amount. In new as well and I'm finding it hard to find active threads to post in but I'll keep replying until i hit the magic number required for entry.
 

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It's probably a good idea that there's a threshold to keep people out of the more divisive discussions like a minimum post amount. In new as well and I'm finding it hard to find active threads to post in but I'll keep replying until i hit the magic number required for entry.
I do recommend going into the vaccinations forums and browsing around a bit. There is a huge amount of valuable information there on vaccines. On all sides of the argument.
 

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It's probably a good idea that there's a threshold to keep people out of the more divisive discussions like a minimum post amount. In new as well and I'm finding it hard to find active threads to post in but I'll keep replying until i hit the magic number required for entry.
I see that you have been browsing the vaccination forum! Hope you found some interesting items.
 
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So far the book is great. I've read about 50 pages.
This is an amazing book. Anyone with concerns about vaccines should read it. I've only gotten through the first 100 pages and they have already analyzed the placebo issue on the CDC recommended schedule in detail and looked at the 2011 IOM report.
 

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This is an amazing book. Anyone with concerns about vaccines should read it. I've only gotten through the first 100 pages and they have already analyzed the placebo issue on the CDC recommended schedule in detail and looked at the 2011 IOM report.
I've read over 200 pages and it just gets better and better. READ IT!!!
 
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