Identifying At-Risk Children

There is no doubt within the scientific profession that vaccine injury happens to some, but not all children, so logic would conclude proper assessments in pregnancy and early infancy would save many from chronic illness and death. Scientists have urged the government to monitor and identify risks in vulnerable populations, especially pregnant women, infants and children.

Hundreds of studies have proved the need for identification programs, showing certain children are at risk for vaccine injury due to low birth weight, toxic body burden, age, sex, genetics, and overall health.