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California law allows parents and guardians to choose whether to vaccinate their
children or not based on personal beliefs. However, a pending bills in the California legislature, AB 2109, threatened to take make this choice much more defficlut. The legislation requires that a parent or guardian taking the philosophical expemtion has to provide a statement signed by a healthcare practitioner. The problem is that mainstream medicine is pro-vaccine and consequently this requirement is designed to disuade families from taking the philosophical exemption.
is mounting evidence that many vaccines are unsafe due to harmful
ingredients, such as aluminum and mercury, which is still used in the seasonal flu vaccine. And recently The Journal of Immunotoxicology reported that human DNA were used in at least 23 vaccines, including the MMR vaccine, which is administered to very young children. The author, Dr. Ratajczak, notes that the
increase in autism incidences corresponds to the introduction of human
DNA to the MMR vaccine, and suggests the two could be linked. Dr. Ratajczak
also notes that an additional increased spike in autism occurred in 1995 when
chicken pox vaccine was grown in human fetal tissue.
Many parents are
rightfully concerned that too many vaccinations could overload a young
immune system. Furthermore, if a child has a weakened immune system or a
family history of
immune-system disorders, vaccine reaction or allergies, they should not
be subject to forced inoculations. Parents, not the government, should have the right to choose whether to vaccinate their children.
contact your state legislators and urge them to uphold a parents' right to refuse vaccination for their child using a philosophical exemption without government bureaucracy!
(Please personalize your message if you have the time!)
Dear [Decision Maker],
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]