WHAT IS INFORMED CONSENT?
Vaccination is a medical intervention that carries a risk of injury or death.
|Currently, informed consent consists of a one page sheet generally stating that the only risks of vaccination are mild “redness, fever, pain and swelling at site.”|
This is an intentional omission of serious risks associated with vaccination to sell pharmaceutical products to the public.
Vaccines have a significantly lower standard of informed consent than all other pharmaceutical drugs.
Vaccine Inserts from the manufacturer contain an average 20 pages of is lacking the drug risk information from the manufacturers’ product inserts including: ingredients (adjuvants , excipients , and allergens), contraindications, severe adverse reactions, safety testing results, and effectiveness data. Many vaccines contain ingredients which cause a variety of reactions and poor health outcomes for individuals who are susceptible to these known toxic ingredients such as aluminum, ethyl mercury, formaldehyde, and squalene.
Safety trials are lacking in many of the vaccines recommended. Vaccines are only safety tested in healthy 12-year-old or older subjects with no health conditions. Vaccines are not tested on infants, pregnant women, or any populations with chronic health problems. Retrospective studies exist on health outcomes of vaccines from medical record reviews in these susceptible populations, but this type of retrospective research is flawed by design with confounding variables.
Furthermore, there are no safety trials on the cumulative effect of the aggressive US vaccine schedule on developing children. The vaccine schedule has expanded from 25 doses in 1986 to 70 doses in 2015.
According to Institute of Medicine (2013) , “Thus, key elements of the entire schedule – the number, frequency, timing, order and age at administration of vaccines – have not been systematically examined in research studies.”
For that reason, more and more parents are utilizing their vaccine exemption rights for their children.
Nov Recently Dr Paul Offit and Dr Richard Pan spend an afternoon convincing medical students how to overcome parental concerns and avoid informed consent because the doctors are not held accountable for any damages done so there is no need to be concerned about the human rights violation.