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Vaccinations and informed choice
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Bravo Dr. Dubyak on your letter regarding informed vaccination choices.

We, as parents, owe it to our children to gather all the information possible regarding our children’s health care, especially one as potentially dangerous as mass vaccination. When my children were born some 25, 19, 16 and 15 years ago, I had done my research prior to their birth on the pros and cons of vaccinations. My research led me to the well-informed choice of not vaccinating due to the huge risk involved in injecting my children with deadly toxins.

I have not for one second had regrets on that decision. On the other hand, I have been extremely vigilant in caring for their health proactively through a healthy diet and supplementation, keeping their immunities naturally above par.
Parents, do your research before you make any healthcare decision for your children. The long term effects of these choices will determine your child’s quality of life, not only short term, but in the long run as well. To vaccinate or not to vaccinate, it is your choice and responsibility to make that decision.

My advice to you, from one parent to another, is research, research, research, then research some more. Your children are counting on you.

— Michelle Parsons