Vaccinations are always a hot topic especially this time of year when children are back in school. Unfortunately many parents put way too much blind faith in their pediatrician to make this very personal and very important decision for them. A decision that could just as easily cause a serious life altering and in some cases fatal reaction; one that would surely leave the parents asking why? How?
Fortunately there are many parents out there that do the research, understand the risks (often higher than the "reward"), and choose to say no when it comes to vaccinations. Or at the very least they go into the decision with enough facts to make smart choices as to which vaccination they will allow their child to have.
I often bight my tongue when it comes to topics like this one, because I do not have children of my own, but with all of the testimonials out there and all of the documented cases of "harmless vaccinations" going very very wrong, I see no reason why I can't chime in on the side of these concerned parents.
Since the very first vaccinations were given (small pox and rabies) severe life altering side-effects have followed, and with the scary and very creditable link between many vaccination and autism, concerned mothers have been fighting tooth and nail for the right to say NO!
I urge you, as a concerned parent, to do the research and don't be afraid to question your child's pediatrician. It is important to remember that vaccinations, like any drug, are a very profit driven market within the pharmaceutical industry. The same pharmaceutical companies that are constantly in a vicious competition with one another as they race to get their product on the market first, regardless of the consequences. They (pharmaceutical companies) have the deep pockets to act first and pay later.
If you don't believe me, just do a quick online search regarding lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies by the FDA due to a laundry list of illegal and despicable practices. Trust me a few deaths and a few fines are a drop in the bucket compared to the billions of dollars in profit they get for getting their product out first.