Weighing the risks of disease versus the risks of vaccines...
Vaccination is a medical intervention performed on a healthy person that has the inherent ability to result in the injury or death of that healthy person. In consideration of the fact that there can be no guarantee that the deliberate introduction of killed or live microorganisms into the body of a healthy person will not compromise the health or cause the death of that person either immediately or in the future; and with very few predictors having been identified by medical science to give advance warning that injury or death may occur; and with no guarantee that the vaccine will indeed protect the person from contracting a disease; and in the absence of adequate scientific knowledge of the way vaccines singly or in combination act in the human body at the cellular and molecular level, vaccination is a medical procedure that could reasonably be termed as experimental each time it is performed on a healthy individual.Barbara Loe Fisher
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The purpose of the VIC is to enable the public to make informed vaccination decisions for themselves and their children. It covers 16 ingredients contained in the vaccines recommended by the CDC in it's immunization schedule. The end result of using the VIC is creation of a vaccination plan.