It is not appropriate for HBN to tell our listeners to get vaccines or to avoid them, but rather to educate so that they can make informed decisions. I do think it is tragic that the medical community and media have so circled the wagons that there can be no debate about the research and potential issues. Does it have to be only “pro-vaxxers” and “anti-vaxxers”? What if it was allowable to be a “smart vaxxer”? We cannot even get publicity for what Bill Sardi points out: “Dietary supplementation (zinc, selenium, vitamin C & D) is wise for all children who undergo vaccination if for nothing else than limiting side effects and increasing the effectiveness of vaccines.” Those who dare to question or chose against are vilified unmercifully. I am pretty healthy and when I was young babies were not scheduled to have 23 different vaccines before 15 months of age and a total of 72 before they are done! Maybe if nothing else, we are overdoing it. Mainstream medicine cannot tell us what causes autism or autoimmune diseases. It is interesting that all the autoimmune diseases are listed on the product insert of vaccines.
Some links of interest.
Shedding light on the annual flu shot propaganda. The big issue is that there are a great many causes of flu-like illnesses and they are lumped together into big scary numbers. For example in 2001, of 62,034 publicized deaths, most were pneumonia and influenza-like illnesses. Of the 257 cases blamed specifically on the flu, only 7 percent – 18 cases were laboratory confirmed. Flu shots do not help with anything else. Keeping your vitamin D, C and zinc up seems safer and more useful. Read more about building immunity.
Homeopathy can be used for prevention and treatment. Article about the great results with the Homeopathic approach during the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918. And here is another article on the worst pandemic ever.
Bill Maher TV interview with Dr. Jay Gordon, a pediatrician.
Autistic children have high amounts of aluminum in their brains. Could it be from immunization shots?
2018 Blog post: Is the Flu Shot Hysteria Based on Hard Science?