Exposing the Truth

Certain lapses in safety, such as the VAERs passive reporting system, have put our children at risk. The FDA has proved to be incapable of monitoring vaccine safety by not accurately calculating exposure levels to aluminum and mercury in vaccines, while thimerosal still remains in 12 of the current flu vaccines on the market. To compound the misinformation, the CDC vaccine safety database has failed to adequately detect injuries. As a nation we can no longer pretend our trusted agencies are protecting our children. “Vaccines can no longer be said to be ‘safe’ and effective,” said James Lyons-Weiler, president of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge. “Other science has progressed, independent of CDC, and the cat is out of the bag.”

Final Report of the IV Parliamentary Commission

For 18 years, specifically established Commissions of inquiry have been attempting to respond to thousands of cases of serious illnesses and deaths among Italian military personnel, investigating their causes and taking into account the exposure to multiple risk factors.

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March 5, 2019 Senate Hearing: Vaccines Save Lives. What is Driving Preventable Disease Outbreaks?

Children’s Health Defense has created these concise handouts for you to download and share.   CHD: The Myth of New and Unusual Measles Outbreaks  MMR vaccine uptakes are holding steady in the high 90% range depending on the state.  CDC data shows there are no significant drops in state vaccination rates. Historically, measles cases were […]

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CDC, Check YOUR Data: MMR Vaccination Rates are NOT Declining

By JB Handley, Children’s Health Defense Director and Co-Founder of Generation Rescue   There’s a narrative being spread that the vaccination rate for the MMR vaccine has fallen lately due to irresponsible parents, and that the only way to fix the declining rate is to tighten up vaccine exemption laws in every state, which led me to ask […]

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Incidence of Childhood Cancers Skyrockets: Is Modern Life Destroying the Health of Our Children?

No one really likes to talk about cancer, and childhood cancers are an especially unpalatable topic of conversation. Yet the fact is that cancers are among the top four causes of death for both children and adults. The newest U.S. cancer statistics for young people (under 20 years old), which cover the years 2001–2014, point to steadily increasing rates of pediatric cancer over that time period.

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