How Do US Vaccine Rates, Policies and Children ’s Health Compare to Other Countries?

Conclusion The US has the highest vaccination rate of all industrialized countries. US children are experiencing a health epidemic with more chronic diseases than ever before in our history. The US has the highest infant mortality in a study comparing America with 29 other developed countries. Children in the US suffered with more autism than in all other countries studied. Studies comparing vaccinated and unvaccinated show conclusively that unvaccinated children enjoy far superior health. Research and data demonstrate that vaccines cause neurological damage and contribute to significant health damage. Vaccines are a major contributing factor to today’s health crisis in our children. Vaccines wrongly credited with saving lives and improving health is instead responsible for destroying lives. Legal immunity granted to vaccine makers has contributed to a growth in unsafe vaccinations, which profit pharmaceutical companies while injuring our children. How to Fight this Misguided Vaccination Trend Education and advocacy are key in redirecting the misguided vaccination expansion in our healthcare system. Progress is evident by the fact that vaccines are now considered controversial and many have heard of vaccine injury. Each individual who is open-minded should be approached with vaccine injury stories and vaccine facts. Contacting Congress members to protest proposed strict state vaccination laws is also critical. The NVIC has an advocacy site one can join to get updates on...
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