BEFORE YOU VACCINATE… be able to answer these 76 questions confidently… if you can, you will be able to make an informed decision!

1. Are they safe?
2. What are they made of?
3. How are they made?
4. What are the FDA recommended doses/limits of each ingredient contained in the vaccine?
5. How does the body respond to the injection of these ingredients into the bloodstream?
6. Is it more or less dangerous for toxic ingredients to be injected into the blood vs. natural exposure to the same ingredients?
7. What sort of safety testing do vaccines undergo?
8. Are any double-blind placebo tests conducted on the vaccines?
9. Has the entire vaccine schedule been tested for safety (double-blind placebo) as it is given?
10. Have the vaccines been tested on children the age and size to which they are administered?
11. What are the potential side effects of each vaccine according to the manufacturer?
12. How often do the side effects occur?
13. What is the result of injecting foreign DNA into the body?
14. What is the risk of other contaminants (foreign matter, unintended bacteria or viruses, etc.) entering the vaccines?
15. Are some people more at risk for developing side effects or adverse reactions than others? If so, how do you determine who is?
16. Are infants and small children more at risk than adults?
17. How many people have died from vaccines?
18. Given that all medical procedures and treatments carry a risk, however slight, what recourse do you have if you or your child is injured by a vaccine?
19. Can vaccine manufacturers be sued in a court of law if their product injures, maims, or kills an individual?

20. What causes infectious illness?
21. How does it spread?
22. How can the spread of illness be prevented?
23. Is there any way to boost your immune system to help it fight off disease?
24. Is a vaccine the most reliable and effective method of preventing the spread of illness?
25. When did we first begin to see a decline of infectious diseases in this country?
26. How did the introduction of vaccines affect the rate of decline, if at all?
27. Are under-developed countries at a greater risk of developing infectious disease and experiencing epidemics? If so, why?
28. How exactly does a vaccine work in your body to prevent disease?
29. Does the vaccine assist the immune system’s natural method of preventing disease?
30. How exactly does the immune system work anyway?
31. How is the immune system of an infant designed to work and how does it differ from that of an older child or adult?
32. Is an infant’s immune system capable of responding to a vaccine in the way it was intended?
33. Does a vaccine confer immunity in every case and with every one?
34. How can you be sure your vaccine was effective for you?
35. What do antibodies mean?
36. Does the presence of antibodies always indicate immunity?
37. Which immunity is more effective: natural (from the wild virus or bacteria) or vaccine-induced?
38. How long does immunity from a vaccine last?
39. How long does natural immunity last?
49. Is there any way to guarantee you will not contract and/or spread a disease?
41. According to CDC and WHO, vaccines are responsible for eradicating smallpox. Were other factors involved? Why haven’t other diseases been eradicated by vaccines? Will they ever be?
42. How did the diagnostic criteria of polio change after the vaccine was introduced?
43. How were typhoid fever and tuberculosis virtually eliminated in the United States?

Herd Immunity
44. What is herd immunity?
45. What is the basis for the theory of herd immunity?
46. Who coined the term herd immunity and what was meant by it?
47. Does the concept of herd immunity apply to natural immunity or vaccine-induced immunity?
48. What is the threshold where herd immunity is said to have been achieved and how has that number changed?
49. Have we achieved that threshold?
50. Can vaccine-induced immunity ever create herd immunity if the immunity is known to wane following the shot?
51. In what percentage of people does the vaccine not “take”?
52. Given that some people will not receive immunity from their shot no matter how often they receive it, that a few people can not receive shots for medical reasons, and that immunity wanes at various rates in various people and with various vaccines (and therefore many older children and adults are effectively unvaccinated) is vaccine-driven herd immunity even achievable?
53. Can vaccinated people carry the disease for which they are vaccinated?
54. Do unvaccinated people automatically carry the diseases for which most are vaccinated?

Disease & Mortality
55. What is the rate of mortality in the diseases for which we vaccinate?
56. Of the diseases for which we vaccinate, which ones have high rates of mortality and complications?
57. How likely are you to recover from the disease without permanent complications?
58. How does the rate of mortality differ between developed and under-developed countries?
59. What is the rate of complications of the various diseases?
60. How serious are the complications?
61. What is the likelihood of contracting the disease in the first place, vaccination aside?
62. Is there effective treatment for the disease (either medication or natural remedies)?
63. How does the rate of complications and mortality of the diseases compare with the rate of complications and mortality of the vaccine itself?

Information and Conflicts of Interest
64. Who is a reliable source of information regarding vaccinations?
65. Do government organizations like CDC, FDA and the international WHO profit in any way from vaccinations? If so, is their information trustworthy and accurate?
66. Is it true that the CDC has covered up information regarding vaccines, and/or has misrepresented facts and figures?
67. Who funds the studies regarding safety and efficacy of vaccines? Is there a conflict of interest there?
68. Are there any doctors, immunologists, epidemiologists,or other scientists who disagree with the current vaccination schedule? If so, what are their qualifications and what led them to question vaccination as it is practiced today?
69. Are their concerns valid? Is their research sound?
70. Where can I find unbiased research on vaccinations?
71. Has anyone studied the health of the vaccinated vs.the unvaccinated? Why or why not? And if so, what were the results?
72. How much education do doctors receive on the topic of immunology and vaccination?
73. Do doctors learn about the ingredients in vaccines, how they interact with the immune system, the process of vaccination and how it works? If so, do they share this information with their parents when recommending vaccines?
74. Do doctors receive financial kickbacks for vaccinations? If so, does this present a conflict of interest?
75. Will the doctor know what to do in the event of an adverse reaction to a vaccine?
76. Who has the best interests of my child at heart?

You can get accurate information as long as you’re reading critically and asking questions as you go. Don’t believe everything you read, whether on a government website, a scientist’s journal, or an anti-vaccine site. Some biased sites have well-sourced information so don’t discount them – dig into every available source, analyze the information you uncover.