The purpose of this article is to show the current vaccine schedules among various countries do not correlate with Infant/Childhood mortality rates. One might assume the more a nation vaccinates their children and adults, the healthier the nation is likely to be. The following statistical tables provided by:
W.H.O. vaccine-preventable diseases: monitoring system 2019 global summary
supplies the reader with objective data that clearly demonstrates this correlation is inaccurate. Four of the following nations listed below utilize fewer types and doses of vaccines than the United States, yet rank significantly HEALTHIER for those infants and children 5 years and under (based on mortality rates.)
Choosing to comply with, abstain from, or modify a recommended vaccine schedule is a difficult decision to make without understanding the risks and rewards accompanying each vaccine. Seeking quality unbiased research that clearly states the risks and rewards is an important first step. Part of this research should include understanding the risks of each ingredient in each vaccine. Once this research is completed, these findings should be discussed with your doctor PRIOR to treatment. Since, doctors have taken an oath stating they will, “first, do no harm”, they should be well informed about any and all substances in a vaccine they plan to administer to you or your child?
If you decide the benefits outweigh the risks, you should proceed with the recommended treatment. However, if your questions have been avoided or left incompletely answered, you might consider seeking a second opinion from another physician.
Don’t falsely assume more vaccines in and of themselves equals better childhood health.