‘Vaccines should be a voluntary and medical freedom’

Published: 2/18/2020 9:56:23 AM

This letter is in response to an article in a recent Recorder by Dr. Jennifer Schott [HPV vaccine Q&A]. Dr. Schott over-minimized the side effects of the HPV (Humanpapillomavirus) vaccine.

This vaccine is linked to facial paralysis, seizures, strokes, multiple sclerosis, lupis, cervical cancer (the cancer its suppose to prevent), and death. As of 2017 there have been hundreds of deaths and thousands of permanent injuries caused by the HPV vaccine. Only one percent of vaccine-related injuries or deaths gets reported. Most physicians aren’t aware of the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

The humanpapillomavirus in most people usually goes away on its own within two years of a person developing it. The vaccine is far more deadly than the virus itself.

In 1986 the federal government put in place the “Vaccine Injury Compensation Fund (VICF),” making manufacturers, physicians, CDC, and state heath officials free from all liability for damages caused by vaccines.

Since then, the government has paid out over four billion dollars (taxpayer money) in settlements. Remember, only one percent of injuries gets reported. Do the math.

The CDC, state public health institutions, the American Acadamy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Family Physicians are not health advocacy organizations. They are trade associations-corporations listed on Dun and Bradstreet stock markets headquartered in the state of Illinois and Kansas whose monetary compensations from vaccine manufacturers contributes to the fiscal health of their corporations.

In other words, doctors, public health officials, pharmaceutical companies, and don’t forget our lawmakers, all benefit financially from forcing injections into our kids.

Vaccines should be a voluntary and medical freedom upheld as the inherent right of every individual under our civil liberties.

For more information and the truth about vaccine safety, go to www.westonprice.org/vaccination

Cindy Cheever is a resident of Ashfield.

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