Herd Immunity and Compulsory Childhood Vaccination: Does the Theory Justify the Law?

Oregon Law Review 2014 Volume 93 Number 1 ABSTRACT Compulsory childhood vaccination is a cornerstone of U.S. public health  policy.  All  fifty  states  compel  children  to  vaccinate  against many  infectious  diseases  to  achieve  so-called  herd  immunity,  a scientific  theory  that  attempts  to  explain  how  societies  protect themselves against infectious disease. This  Article  explores  both  the …

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Measles and the MMR Vaccine – Setting the Record Straight

With the current media frenzy and fear mongering over a few dozen cases of the measles, it is astonishing to note that very few mainstream reports provide balance by also reporting on the damage being done by the MMR vaccine. The CDC continues to brazenly lie about the MMR, as evidenced in a media teleconference…

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“Questioning the Vaccine Program? Come hear the critics!”

Vaccine Program Flaws Exposed by Experts on Jan. 24 MINNEAPOLIS, MN — Why are fewer children vaccinated according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) schedule? What evidence is behind media reports that increasing numbers of highly educated parents are questioning CDC vaccination policies and science? The hard facts explaining vaccine hesitancy are the…

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Vaccines – Your Child, Your Choice

The state of Minnesota protects parental decision-making regarding vaccines. At back-to-school time, most parents are given information suggesting that their children must receive vaccinations before they go to school.  But that is not correct; Minnesota parents are free to choose to vaccinate their child if and when they decide their child is ready, and only with…

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Vaccines – Your Child, Your Choice!

The state of Minnesota protects parental decision-making regarding vaccines. It is your right to choose NOT to vaccinate your children before they go to school or day care.  Many Minnesota parents do extensive research, and allow only the vaccines they have determined are safe and necessary for their unique child – and only when those…

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Immunization Comments Due July 17th

HEALTH ACTION ALERT: Send your vaccine safety information to Minnesota judge by July 17 PM deadline   The Minnesota Department of Health wants to add even more vaccines to the already-overcrowded shot schedules for infants and children. Infants and children already are given up to 69 vaccines, whose combined and potential ill effects over time…

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Update: Japan and HPV Vaccines

[SaneVax: More than half of the 3.28 million citizens of Japan injected with Gardasil or Cervarix reported adverse reactions. The Ministry of Health, Industry and Welfare rescinded their recommendation for both vaccines pending the outcome of investigations into the cause of these new medical conditions. Governments around the world should follow Japan’s example. Medical consumers…

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Immunization Rule Revision

Attend Hearing or Send Comments on Proposed MN Rule Revision Requiring More Vaccines for Infants and Children! The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has announced its intent to add even more vaccines to the already-overcrowded shot schedules for infants and children.  A hearing will be held Thursday, June 27 before Administrative Law Judge Eric Lipman. …

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Vaccine bombshell: Baby monkeys develop autism symptoms after obtaining doses of popular vaccines

By Sola Ogundipe Following a recent study conducted by scientists at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania which revealed that many infant monkeys given standard doses of childhood vaccines as part of the new research,developed autism symptoms, question marks over the ultimate safety of vaccines have come to the fore. The groundbreaking research findings presented at…

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