Are we Disabling Our Children?
An epidemic of chronic disease and disability is plaguing America.
Our children in the United States of America, are the most highly vaccinated children in the world - yet, they are also among the most chronically ill and disabled.
Today, the Centers for Disease Control admits that 1 child in 6 in America is developmentally delayed. During the past quarter century, the number of children with learning disabilities, ADHD, asthma and diabetes has more than tripled.
48 Doses of 14 Vaccines Before Age 6?
In the early 1980s, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) successfully lobbied Congress to shield vaccine manufacturers and doctors from civil liability for vaccine injuries and deaths in the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986. At the same time, NVIC co-founders worked to secure vaccine safety informing, recording and reporting provisions in the 1986 law, which has paid out more than $2 billion to the vaccine injured since 1988.
In recent years, the AAP has been criticized for failing to divulge to the public the amount of money it receives from vaccine manufacturers. On April 18, 2011, The Orange County Register published a retraction for printing Paul Offit's defamatory accusation that veteran CBS journalist Sharyl Attkisson lied when she accurately reported in 2008 that Offit failed to inform CBS about exactly how much money he and his employer, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, are paid by vaccine manufacturer Merck.
There is something very sinister going on here and the saddest part of it all is our children are paying the highest price. Be proactive with your child's health! His or her future could literally depend on it.
Before you take the risk, find out what it is. Download entire brochure. Source: NVIC
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