1. 49 Doses of vaccines by kindergarten!
Children today get three times more vaccines than you or I received. The CDC recommends 70 doses of 16 different vaccines by age 18:
• 6 doses each of diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis vaccines
• 4 doses each of pneumococcal and polio vaccines
• 3 doses each of hepatitis B, rotavirus, HPV, and Hib vaccines
• 2 doses each of measles, mumps, rubella, chickenpox, meningococcal, and hepatitis A vaccines.
• and 20 doses of flu vaccine (2 doses at 6 months then 1 dose annually)
Babies are vaccinated starting on the day of birth and receive half of the above doses by 15 months of age.
We’re talking about the administration, in our nation’s children, of simultaneous and cumulative toxic exposures and the highly unusual and atypical manipulation of the immune system, in a manner that is completely unprecedented in the history of man.
Preemies and infants receive the same dosages as fully grown adults. But adults don’t come close to being vaccinated at the same rate. If your doctor said you needed 35 doses of 14 vaccines over 15 months, I’m pretty sure you’d say: “Are you crazy?”
Babies can’t talk.