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A one-page questionnaire was given out to healthcare workers, including pediatricians and nurses, at the American Academy of Pediatrics sponsored Vaccine conferences which were held back in June and November of 2013. Medical experts were dumbfounded to find out that a whopping 5% of these individuals didn’t believe in all vaccines. While that number may sound small, it is far from trivial. You must consider where this questionnaire was passed out (a pro-vaccine conference) which means almost all of these people would naturally be for vaccines. For anyone to say otherwise highlights a more systemic possibility. (source)

The researchers found that 99% of participants routinely recommended standard pediatric vaccines, but 5% stated that they did not routinely recommend influenza and/or human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines. The most often-stated concerns focused on vaccine efficacy (31%) and safety (13%). Providers demonstrated “misperceptions” regarding vaccines, including the belief that vaccines cause autism (5%).

The reluctance seems to be drawn mostly from the fact that a growing number of doctors and nurses have lost faith in the effectiveness of these vaccines. The vaccine industry has exploded, doubling the number of scheduled vaccines over the past decade. They are making billions of dollars and doctors and nurses are central to this continued growth. Pediatricians and their nurses are some of the very first influences and guidance parents get when it comes to whether or not to vaccinated their infants. The pharmaceutical industry relies heavily on parents simply doing what they are told and bypassing research over the matter.

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Any dissent in the medical industry could be costly to Pharma. To counter this movement, the CDC and pharma are constantly monitoring the situation and disseminating propaganda to medical workers regarding “the benefits of vaccines.” Any dissent is labeled as a “misperception” of the vaccine(s). The HPV Vaccine is largely seen is ineffective and dangerous.

Misperceptions regarding safety and efficacy of vaccines, or parental acceptance of vaccines: A recent survey5 of 442 pediatricians and family physicians (FPs) found that only 60% of pediatricians and 59% of family practice professionals strongly recommended the HPV vaccine, and only 84% of pediatricians and 75% of FPs frequently or always discussed HPV vaccination with parents at a child’s 11- to 12-year-old visit. Those who only occasionally or rarely discussed the HPV vaccine with parents thought that parents would not accept the HPV vaccine if it was discussed at the same time as other vaccines. These providers reported that a sizeable number of parents opted to defer vaccination, and expressed concern about waning immunity.5 These public perceptions of the vaccine may hinder vaccine uptake. “Our focus on HPV vaccine needs to include the very important message that prevention of HPV infection through vaccination is an important part of lifelong cancer prevention strategies—just like avoiding cigarette smoke, using sunscreen, getting hepatitis B immunized, and maintaining an active lifestyle and healthy diet,” said. Dr. Domachowske.

Vaccines are constantly being exposed as the fleecing of parents and many are being linked to dangerous side-effects. The medical community secretly understands this, but the sad fact is that doctors make a living based on pharma’s approval. TV networks, news and media, are also in a similar relationship with pharma. The hope is that more good people will take a stand. Vaccines have become an oppressive industry. We need to speak up, speak loudly and fight the powers that be over this matter. Governments around the world are constantly pushing policies aimed at stripping away parental medical rights. It all starts with brave people standing up to fight; refusing to be human experiments.

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