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Vaccines: The Exception to Medical Coercion

In 2002, my son David was showing early signs of autism. My mom (who is the smartest person I know) said to me, “He’s getting worse after his vaccines, Sarah. Stop doing this to my grandson. You don’t know everything.” At 24 years old, I was convinced that I did in fact know just about […]

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Does the MMR Vaccine Cause Autism?

Does the MMR vaccine cause autism? This is the essential question that each parent should ponder prior to injecting their child with the MMR vaccination. The answer is largely divided between conventional medicine and the holistic community. Evidence supporting the claim that the MMR vaccine causes autism includes parental reports, court case verdicts, multiple research […]

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Doctor Andrew Wakefield: Hero or Quack?

The answer to the question of whether Dr. Andrew Wakefield is a hero or an enemy to modern science depends largely on one’s perspective and training. Dr. Wakefield, a practicing British gastroenterologist, dared to publicly question the safety of the MMR vaccination in 1998. Wakefield observed that his pediatric gastroenterology patients suffered specific inflammatory bowel […]

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Boy Gets Diagnosed with Autism After 32 Shots

Like millions of parents before her, Natalie Steffen was faced with her children receiving pediatric vaccines starting after birth and during subsequent well child visits. This story is one mother’s journey to exempt her children from further vaccinations. Natalie gave birth to her firstborn daughter Skylar in October 2004. Skylar received all the shots on […]

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