During their entire childhood, today’s grandparents received a maximum of something like 12 doses of 4 vaccines. In sharp contrast, if their parents strictly adhere to Canadian vaccination schedules, 32-41 doses of 13-16 vaccines are injected into today’s grandchildren just in their first eighteen months!
Dr Paul Offit, USA’s foremost vaccine proponent, contends that children are so resilient that parents need not worry about today’s burgeoning infant/child vaccination schedules. In his Jan, 2002 report in Pediatrics, Dr Offit informs us that, “Our analysis shows that infants have the theoretical capacity to respond to about 10,000 vaccines at once.” But even media personnel, who usually have no qualms about promoting vaccines, must have found this statement a little too difficult to accept; in their reports, they reduced the “10,000” to “1,000”.
Vaccine Choice Canada suggests that Dr Offit might be interested in conducting an experiment to determine whether or not the “theoretical capacity” about which he reports is, in fact, a real capacity. He could set up a conveyer belt in the basement of the Vaccine Education Center at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia where he is chief of Infectious Diseases and director, station 5,000 automated hypodermics each side, and proceed to transport infants and children through the phalanx. However, finding enough parents willing to have their offspring tested could be a challenge.
In this section, you will find plenty of evidence which suggests any one of the infant/child vaccines are risky. (Please note that, for those wanting information about anthrax vaccine, the sub-section, ‘Gulf War Syndrome’ in the ‘Health Risks’ section discusses this.)