“The problem responsible scientists are faced with right now is that the evidence is accumulating that the CDC’s childhood vaccine schedule is not scientifically-based,” writes award-winning science journalist Jennifer Margulis. “The medical doctors, academic researchers, citizen scientists, and concerned parents who are taking the time to read the science and educate themselves about what we know and what we don’t about vaccines are all coming to the same conclusion: something is very wrong with today’s childhood vaccine recommendations. Our current medical recommendations seem to be harming children’s bodies and their brains.
“There is clearly a relationship between vaccines and autism,” –Dr. Bose Ravenel, M.D. Dr. Ravenel is a doctor based in Winston Salem, North Carolina and who has been practicing medicine for over 40 years. “To say that ‘vaccines cause autism’ is an inaccurate, non-nuanced statement. At the same time, to say that ‘vaccines don’t cause autism’ is also inaccurate. In certain conditions, like with mitochondrial dysfunction, vaccines certainly can cause autism or contribute to it.”
“It’s not a rational thing to think that we can just give an ever-increasing number of vaccines without causing damage. There’s a tipping point for many people in terms of the toxins that they can handle.” –Dr. Kelly Sutton, M.D. Dr. Sutton has about 3,500 patients in her integrative medical practice in Fair Oaks, California. She is a founding member of Physicians for Informed Consent
“I see daily in my practice evidence of vaccine injury and I hear stories almost every day of families that vaccinate children and then decide not to vaccinate and the unvaccinated children within the same family are healthier, more socially adjusted and more capable academically even though their parents are older than the siblings who were born first and were fully vaccinated.”
“If you summarily dismiss the possibility that the increasing rates of childhood illnesses, including ADD, autism, asthma and other auto-immune disorders are connected to vaccines, you can’t figure out if our children’s health problems are vaccine-related injuries. The people at CDC who should be helping set policy on vaccine safety—I don’t think they are asking the right questions” – Dr. William T. Redwood, M.D. a respected emergency room doctor in Georgia.
“As unpopular as this observation might be, my unvaccinated children are by far the healthiest.” –Dr. Paul Thomas, M.D. Based in Portland, Dr. Thomas has noticed that the children who are the most vaccinated in his practice are also the least healthy.