Things to Consider about Vaccinations
Most of us will vaccinate our babies because we feel this is the safest thing to do in order to prevent life-threatening diseases.
Part of the InJoy mission is to provide relevant information for people to make informed decisions about their and their family's health.
It is helpful to read these pages with your partner before your baby arrives, as making the decision to vaccinate or not is a difficult one to make, especially when there is a brand new life in your arms. Looking into reasons not to vaccinate challenges all societal norms, but it brings up some very poignant questions about health and how to look after it long term.
It seems that both pro and anti vaccine campaigners come out with strong statements that are at times inaccurate. Opinions differ but there are Doctors and Scientists who feel very strongly about their particualr point of view, and many exist in both camps. Sometimes the truth reveals itself 'between the lines' and it is intended that the links provided will help you to decide what is right for you and your family.
The following sites are very useful for expanding your knowledge on the subject and having good information to discuss with your care providers:
Vaccine 101 Course: to begin your journey on learning about vaccines, the biomedical paradigm and why the only truly informed choice regarding vaccines is complete avoidance and refusal, we offer you the following weblink to well-footnoted articles and resources.
Dispelling Vaccination Myths: also a good introduction to vaccination, but somewhat longer than the article above.
Interview with former pharmaceutical employee: this interview has been reprinted many times and, I believe, even made it into Nexus magazine. Jon Rappoport is a very credible investigative reporter who would not put this out if it weren't a real interview he conducted.