A big question for parents is Should I Vaccinate my Child?
Most of the concerns surrounding this issue link back to the now discredited Andrew Wakefield study in the Lancet (1998) linking the MMR to Autism. At the time Andrew Wakefield didn’t fully explain what was in the MMR which was causing the link, however, new research has since evolved our understanding of the effects of vaccinations, and since then, there has been a general consensus, that it is not the MMR itself which causes Autism,
“it is the final straw that breaks the camels back”. Dr Natasha Campbell-Mcbride, Dr Dietrich Klinghardt
Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride says the rules to vaccinate need to change and proposes a comprehensive immunological survey performed on every baby before any decision about vaccinations is made. These are just initial guidelines, which should be worked on in order to set up an appropriate vaccination protocol.
The survey would include:
- Health history of the parents and infant
- Analysis to assess any risk of gut dysbiosis
- Analysis to assess immune status
She recommends the questionnaires and tests are part of the process in deciding which of the following steps to take:
No Vaccinations at all
- Infants born to a mother with ME, fibromyalgia, digestive problems, asthmas, eczema, server allergies, autoimmune disorders or neurological problems
- A child presenting with eczema, asthma, digestive problems or any other disorder which would indicate compromised gut flora and immunity including Autsim , ADHD, epilepsy or insulin dependant diabletes.
At a later stage these children can be restested, and int case where the child does not have immune deficiencies, vaccination with single vaccines only may be considered which should be spaced at least six weeks apart.
- Children of generally healthy mothers and do not present with any particular health problems but on testing show abnormalities in their immune system.
These children should be retested every six to eight months and vaccinates with single vaccines only when they are ready.
With single vaccines only
- Apply to healthy infants who have healthy parents and whose tests show normal immune development
Here is the current NHS vaccination schedule
Here are the links to the patient information leaflet (PIL) for some of the common vaccines for children, they are all available on the NHS website
My recommendation is for all parents to carefully read the PIL section “What you need to know before you receive……..”
Some of the ingredients you may like to consider further are:
Thimerosol – Is it removed completely or under the level required to report on the label?
Government tells us babies need vaccines to be safe and healthy, the reality is THERE IS A LEVEL OF RISK and the CDC is fully aware. Too many parents accept what they are told, some question, some have differing opinions.
Regardless of what your personal opinions are currently, take these actions:
1. Delay vaccines in babies as long as possible,
2. Read the ‘Patient Information List’ (PIL), supplied with the vaccine. Ask your health practitioner if they have read it!
3. Research the NVICP and VAERS. Are you aware of the vaccine manufacturers cannot be sued if their products cause damage or death?
4. Research vaccine injury and procedures to heal from vaccine injury
5. Investigate the cost to family to recover from vaccine injury.
6. Take a full face photograph of your child BEFORE vaccine
7. Take video of your child’s most advanced actions or skills, including record of speech/or verbal ability.
8. Familiarise yourself with the NHS vaccination schedule – see above.
9. Record the batch number, manufacturer and description for your own methods.
10. Limit the number of shots to no more than one at a time
11. Take a high dose of Vitamine C before and long-term after to reduce negative symptoms.
12. Give probiotics for at least 2 weeks afterwards.
13. Apply ice immediately to injection site
14. Do NOT give Paracetamol or any pain relief drug containing (TYLENOL).
For anyone concerned about risk of injury from vaccinations, please contact me to discuss how Nutriceutical, biomedical and bioenergetic therapy can detox vaccine injury.
If you have concerns about the ingredients in vaccines, top MIT researcher Stephanie Seneff has written over 100 peer-reviewed papers. Have a look at this page and listen to S. Seneff talking about the Glyphosate and Aluminum (Aluminium).
Also have a look at the article GcMAF and autism, the hype and the controversy
This article is not intended to make recommendations for or against specific childhood vaccines. In the UK we maintain the right to choose based on number of individual considerations which include the known risks of the vaccines as reported on the Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) and the current health status and history of our child.
If you have any questions about vaccinations or any medical matter, you should consult your health care provider.