Just as the incidence of Autism-Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) has risen alarmingly in children over the last half century, there is evidence that similar behavioral disorders have been observed in pets, most widely reported among pet dogs. From paralysis to seizures, and from immune-mediated hemolytic anemia to injection-site fibrosarcomas, adverse reactions to vaccination are not uncommon in pets. Often attributable to annual vaccinations that some veterinarians consider totally unnecessary, vaccine reactions also may lead to allergies, skin problems, behavioral changes, and autoimmune diseases. Some of the most common behavioral changes are associated with the rabies vaccine, which is the only vaccine federally mandated for pets and must be re-administered at least every three years if not annually, depending on how the vaccine is labeled.
Over the years, more and more parents have been questioning the safety and efficacy of the vast number of vaccinations being routinely recommended for children. Despite their genuine concerns, many parents feel baffled as to why there is so little information available. Here, at Vaccine Impact, we try to offer parents a wide range of information, including professional papers and studies, to help educate them on their vaccination journey. As well as providing factual information, we offer parents the opportunity to read about the experiences of others, whose children have suffered adverse reactions, which is something that is shied away from by doctors, pediatricians and governments in general. However, wouldn’t it be great, if there was a free immunization journal, offering parents a wide range of factual information, on topics such as vaccination ingredients, the safety of vaccinations during illness, vaccinations and pregnancy, and a wide range of other important facts? Well, now there is. Due to the growing number of vaccinations being introduced, the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI), have decided that parents have a right to know exactly what their children are going to be vaccinated with and why governments believe that these vaccinations are necessary to maintain our children’s health. To ensure your child is safe, Vaccine Impact believes that all parents need to educate before they vaccinate and remember an informed choice is the best choice.
In 2006, CDC officials directed doctors to give all pregnant women a flu shot and, in 2011, a Tdap shot during every pregnancy, no matter how little time has elapsed between pregnancies. Prior to FDA licensure, influenza, diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis vaccines were not tested in or proven safe and effective for pregnant women in large clinical trials when given during every pregnancy either singly or simultaneously. Categorized by FDA as Pregnancy Category B and C biologicals because it is not known whether the vaccines are genotoxic and can cause fetal harm or can affect maternal fertility and reproduction, administering influenza and Tdap vaccines to pregnant women is an off-label use of these vaccines. It is a policy that assumes maternal vaccination is necessary, safe and effective without proving it.