Asking reasonable questions about vaccine safety is often treated as irrational or anti-science. This attitude is actually stifling rational debate and scientific research on how many vaccines we actually need, whether vaccines are actually working, and what is in vaccines.
Personal and religious exemptions to vaccines are being attacked around the country under the auspices of protecting the broader community from "plagues" such as measles. However, the correlation between increased dosages of vaccines among the very young and escalating pervasiveness of conditions like asthma, ADHA, and autism demand that these questions be answered with real science, not bullying disguised as science.
Protecting Vaccine Choice is calling for a real and open dialogue about the science of vaccines, and who is truly benefiting from increased dosages . . .
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