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Latter-day Saint Missionary Flu Shots are Voluntary, not Mandatory

This is a letter from a mission doctor of a foreign (not US) mission, written in 2019, to a missionary, after the missionary refused a flu shot. Attached is your electronic signed Missionary Application.  As you can see, you agreed to receive vaccinations. Attached also are two policies concerning vaccinations.  IT states that although receiving a vaccination is a personal …

Why are vaccine manufacturers not held liable?

In 1986, in response to an overwhelming number of lawsuits over injuries caused by the DPT vaccine, Congress passed, and President Ronald Reagan signed into law the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, removing all liability for injury caused by vaccines from the manufacturers, and creating a Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. The Vaccine Court was created for the litigation of vaccine …

Corbyn Cordingley

On October 18, 2013 at 9:30 am I took Corbyn and his older sister into our pediatrician’s office for an appointment for them to receive their annual flu shots. I was uneasy with Corbyn getting his shot that day because he had been sick the week prior with a respiratory illness. He was well and healthy at this appointment, but …

Informed Consent

Informed Consent is the cornerstone of moral and ethical medical practice. In order to have “informed consent” one must have full access to complete and accurate information, and have the ability to decline, without penalty. The withholding of information on the MMR is just one example of the truth and transparency failure of–just one–of our government agencies, the FDA. If …

Get involved!

Hi! We’re glad you’re here. Whether you’re vegan, paleo, or just an average American; whether you prefer to use all vaccines, right on schedule, use some vaccines, space them out, or use no vaccines at all–ever–we honor your right to choose your own life-style and healthcare options. We have monthly meetups for families who are interested in natural methods of …

Ethics v. Profits

Medical care providers are offered incentives for the percentage of patients who receive specified vaccines — by the recommended ages — or before. An example of an insurance provider offering bonuses to doctors is found in Blue Cross Blue Shield’s 2016 and 2017 performance recognition program booklet. 2016 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ix9366ZkNPkawA_me1rmLadcx_MpMynC/view?usp=sharing For example — if a physician successfully administers vaccines to 100 …

Christopher Kanervisto

Christopher had always been healthy; if he got a bug it was usually gone within a day or two. He was very active in sports. His doctor visits were mainly well check ups and no issues had ever come up. He had his childhood vaccines. They were delayed but he did receive them, but he never had a flu vaccine. …

Vaccines have never been safety tested for use during pregnancy.

TDaP Vaccine, recommended for pregnant women. Adacel“There are no adequate and well-controlled studies of Adacel administration in pregnant women in the U.S.” Boostrix “There are no adequate and well-controlled studies of BOOSTRIX in pregnant women in the U.S.” Influenza Vaccine, recommended for pregnant women. “There are limited data for AFLURIA QUADRIVALENT administered to pregnant women, and available data for AFLURIA …