There is a vaccine safety study the public has been clamoring for for decades, but which has never been done: a proper study comparing the health outcomes of vaccinated and unvaccinated children. Parents have literally been asking for this study for decades and public health officials have merely dragged their feet or turned a deaf ear to them. If you are surprised to learn this simple study has never been done, you’re not alone, and like most people you are probably wondering why not.
Watch the video below and ask yourself, is this is the best we can expect from our nation’s health officials?
The fact that this study has never been done is not only sad and frustrating, it is also unscientific, as this study might answer once and for all whether vaccines improve our children’s health, or harm it.
Although there is already a growing body of research (see our Catalogue of Science) linking vaccines to learning and developmental disabilities, behavioral problems, brain damage, seizures, allergies, asthma, gut issues, autoimmune diseases, obesity, chronic infections, and yes autism, this study could provide definitive answers to the question of vaccinations’ impact on health. It is worth noting that several surveys have already been conducted and the findings are startling: vaccinated kids are less healthy than their unvaccinated peers. See here.
In making The Greater Good we asked CDC‘s top vaccine official, Dr. Melinda Wharton, Director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases why CDC wouldn’t just do the study and put all the questions and worries to rest. Dr. Wharton’s answer may surprise you and leave you wondering whether the problem is truly the difficulty of the study, or perhaps something more frightening, like the answer they might find.
With 54% of American school kids suffering from a chronic illness or developmental disability which science already links to vaccines, isn’t it time we did the study to determine the impact of vaccines on our children’s health? Don’t we want to know?