The issue of whether or not to vaccinate yourself or your children is a scary one, with vaccine advocates constantly raising the terrifying spector of debilitating disease or even death for those who refuse vaccinations. Every parent trembles when hearing such fearful warnings. But are vaccines safe? Should we be putting such cocktails of foreign chemicals into our and our children’s bloodstreams?
As concerns vaccines, I once asked a prominent pediatrician who had given me an eloquent speech about breastmilk providing immunities to newborns why I needed to have my baby vaccinated for the illnesses I had already suffered, if I were passing along my immunities through breastmilk. He basically shrugged his shoulders and changed the subject. I also asked him why, if all the other children had been vaccinated already, we should be worried about an unvaccinated child causing an epidemic. Weren’t the vaccines used on the other children effective? Shouldn’t they stop an epidemic? I never received a reply to that question either.
Now, in addition to the concerns about mercury added to vaccines causing several health problems such as autism in children comes new worries about aluminum adjuvants in vaccines.
Dr. David Ayoub is a radiologist and a physician, and has become a specialist on the additives and preservatives used in vaccines. He was a presenter at the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) Conference in Washington D.C. last year.
Here he discusses the practice of using aluminum as an adjuvant, and why he believes aluminum may be far more toxic than thimerosal in vaccines.
Dr. Ayoub was, as many of you are, very concerned about mercury (thimerosal) in vaccines for a number of years, and attended a number of autism conferences that featured physicians who were highlighting the dangers of mercury.
However, a few personal encounters heightened his interest in another toxic metal frequently used in vaccines, namely aluminum.
Parents of autistic children kept pointing out the fact that their children’s heavy metal toxicity profiles showed high amounts of aluminum, and they wanted to know what that meant….