Children’s Health Defense believes in complete health freedom for parents. It should be the parent’s choice, and not the government’s, to decide what goes into the bodies of their children. In Italy, citizens staged a nation-wide protest, successfully overturning a national vaccine mandate, but not without fierce pushback. In the U.S., statewide policy has become more and more oppressive while, at the same time, more inadequately-tested vaccines are added to the childhood schedule. In many states personal belief and religious exemptions have been eliminated, despite studies and VICP reports that show vaccines ingredients can injure and kill children, and child protection agencies have gotten involved to punish informed parents who wish to keep their children safe from vaccines. Children’s Health Defense is committed to supporting not only informed consent for any medical procedure but also the need for factual and unbiased medical information regarding benefits and risks. Please contact us if you have concerns about your health freedom.
By the Children’s Health Defense Team In late February, in testimony on measles for the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Dr. Anthony Fauci—director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)—admitted with a chuckle that he and most of the Committee members sitting before him had uneventfully experienced measles as children and […]
By the Children’s Health Defense Team Summary: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that newborn babies receive the hepatitis B vaccine on their first day of life. The infants, toddlers and young children receiving this vaccine face little to no chance of hepatitis B infection, but the […]
By the Children’s Health Defense Team For decades, the U.S. government has made compulsory childhood vaccination one of the cornerstones of its public health policy. Outside the U.S., countries’ vaccination policies range from completely voluntary to “aggressive,” with some nations promoting vaccination but leaving the decision up to the individual, and others pushing a […]