Government mandating vaccines

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(Natural News) Rates of autism have skyrocketed 1000% since 1990, yet defenders of vaccines and the pharmaceutical industry keep scratching their heads in confusion: What could be causing this?

Lots of clues point to vaccines as one of the primary contributing factors to increased rates of autism. study found that children who received vaccines containing a preservative called thimerosal, which is almost 50 percent mercury, were more than twice as likely to develop autism than children who did not.

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Significantly, the first cases of autism were described in the US shortly after the vaccines for whooping cough were introduced in the 1940s.- Dispatches From the War Zone of Environmental Health by Helke Ferrie Could the number of vaccines now recommended actually be contributing to the rise in children's chronic diseases like asthma, allergies, autism, autoimmune disease, diabetes, obesity, some cancers, and the growing epidemic of developmental disorders?With killer epidemics of infectious diseases a thing of the past, WHY NOT credit mass vaccination?Indeed, this assertion is taken at face value even though history and data show that better nutrition, sanitation and improved hygiene are as much contributing factors to the eradication of these diseases as mass vaccination is purported to be.Would you consider donating at least a year or becoming a recurring monthly donor? No US federal vaccination laws exist, but all 50 states have laws requiring children to be vaccinated against diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (generally in a DTa P vaccine); polio (an IPV vaccine); and measles and rubella (generally in an MMR vaccine).All 50 states allow medical exemptions, 47 states allow religious exemptions, and 17 states allow philosophical exemptions. Missouri and Nebraska offer philosophical exemptions only for children entering childcare and Head Start facilities.

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