‘Aliea Bidwell and Ben Gray had their baby delivered at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, and they had done some really thorough research to decide against allowing the Hep-B vaccination, which is often administered just after birth and repeated three times over the next six months.
They had announced their decision upon arriving at the hospital without any backlash from the hospital. Maybe they had seen this statement by Erdem I. Cantekin, PhD of University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine sent as an open letter to The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA):
There is no scientific evidence to justify HBV vaccination before the age when those risk factors associated with the HBV transmission (sex, needles, etc.) become relevant. Recent risk-benefit analysis show HBV vaccination among children carries one of the largest unjustified risks and substantial financial costs, second only to the new controversial conjugate pneumococcal vaccine.’
Read more: An Example of Rising Medical Tyranny: ‘Your Newborn Gets the Hep-B Shot or We Take Him!’
‘Once cheered by advocates of genetically modified food labeling as being the first state in the country to require same, Vermont is now being vilified by some of those same Americans for quietly, under the radar, eliminating vaccine choice in the state.
As vaccine choice advocates focused like a laser beam on the fight in California against SB 477, a piece of legislation that would remove all religious and philosophical objections to vaccines and require them in order for the state’s children to be allowed to attend public and private schools (homeschoolers would still be exempt), the Vermont Senate passed a measure recently by a vote of 18-11 to remove vaccine objections from state law.’
Read more: As public celebrates Vermont GMO labeling, state quietly removes vaccine exemption