Which Vaccines Are Safe For Children?

Which Vaccines Are Safe For Children?

With flu season upon us, advertising for the flu vaccine is all around us. Adults can make their own decision, but what's best for kids?
In the December 2010 issue of “The Blaylock Wellness Report,” Dr. Russell Blaylock was was asked, "Which vaccines are safe for children?" Following is Dr. Blaylock’s answer:
“Vaccines contain toxic levels of aluminum, contaminant viruses, bacteria, and mycoplasma, and the flu vaccine contains a full dose of mercury. There is compelling evidence that the vaccine schedule is quite harmful to brain development, and is responsible for autism, ADHD, and other neurodevelopmental disorders in childhood. “In my opinion, there is no need for the tetanus, diphtheria, MMR, chickenpox, or pertussus vaccines. Flu vaccines have been shown to offer no protection at all and are associated with neurological damage. The best protection for children against these diseases is 1,000 IU a day of vitamin D3 and a multiple vitamin/mineral regimen.”
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