When a measles outbreak that began in Disneyland spread to more than a dozen states this year, parents who don’t vaccinate their children became an easy target. And that, in turn, led to a host of politicians calling for more mandatory vaccinations.
Meanwhile, much of the public was left wondering: Why would anyone oppose vaccines?
That’s the topic of this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio, as we separate fact from fiction in the vaccination debate by talking to Barbara Loe Fisher, president and co-founder of the National Vaccine Information Center, a non-profit organization that advocates for vaccine safety, informed consent, and supports parental choice.
Barbara tells us the “other side” of the debate you won’t hear from the mainstream media, such as:
- Why “anti-vaccination” parents aren’t to blame for the measles outbreak.
- Why measles had not been eradicated in the US, as the government claims.
- How the number of vaccinations that a child receives at an early age can negatively impact their health.
- Why the case is not closed on the vaccination-autism link, as the government says.
- Whether “forced vaccinations” may be in America’s future.
- Why you should learn about the many ingredients in vaccines before you go to the doctor.
The mainstream media may spotlight the measles outbreak, but each year there are cases of injuries and deaths – potentially from vaccines — that go unreported … and not studied.
Listen as one of the nation’s top experts on vaccination safety tells how you can become more educated!
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