Parents! Do not be fooled and scared into vaccinating your children so they can attend public schools in California. It is a scam to sell vaccines. There is an exemption they do not want you to know about. Read on and please share.
Exemptions and Special Cases
Are immunization exemptions allowed under California law?
Yes, California law allows immunization exemptions. Exemptions to immunization should not be taken because of convenience. Unimmunized students are at greater risk of contracting diseases and spreading them to their families, schools and communities.
What exemptions are permitted by California law?
California law describes two exemptions to student immunization requirements:
- Personal Beliefs Exemption : A parent or guardian may have a child exempted from required immunizations if immunization is contrary to his/her beliefs. Schools have standardized procedures for parents and guardians who request a personal beliefs exemption. Exemptions to immunization should not be taken because of convenience. Unimmunized students are at greater risk of contracting diseases and spreading them to their families, schools and communities. Schools should maintain an up-to-date list of students with exemptions, so that these students can be excluded from school quickly if an outbreak occurs.
- Medical exemptions: Physicians (MD or DO) may grant in writing an exemption for students for whom immunizations are not medically indicated, which occurs infrequently.
Dr Blake and Dr. Louie
Also this link about the link to seizures and vaccines being one in the same.
Now they are hyping Measels as the next threat to your children’s health. They conveinetly forgot to mention the number of cases questionably reported as only a 1/6th of the number of reported adverse reactions to the MMR vaccine. As you all know there are far more reactions to the MMR vaccine that are never reported. Please read on to educate yourself to the real facts about the risk to your children from acute infection ( mortality rate is only 0.3%) as compared to the risk of the vaccine itself.
Six Times More Measles Vaccine Adverse Reaction Reports Than Measles Cases in 2011
MB Comment: The CDC is out with its latest disease-mongering fear campaign: ‘The United States has had 118 measles cases so far this year, the most for this date since 1996, and close to 90% of them are linked to cases in other countries, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported today … none had encephalitis and none died.’
Sounds scary and makes you want to run out and get a MMR vaccine shot, doesn’t it? The only problem with that hysteria is that there have been 698 FDA Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) reports related to MMR, MMRV (MMR plus varicella) and measles vaccines in 2011 — including 4 deaths and 280 emergency room visits. 698 VAERS reports are almost six times more than the number of measles cases. Keep in mind that former FDA Commissioner David Kessler wrote in the Journal of the American Medical Association that “only about 1% of serious adverse events are reported to the FDA.” (JAMA. 1993;269(21):2765-2768. A New Approach to Reporting Medication and Device Adverse Events and Product Problems). So 698 adverse reactions to measles vaccines in 2011 may be just the tip of the iceberg.
Check out this excellent video on the difference between immunization and vaccination. Also the immediate dangers of using vaccines as we know them today.