9 out of 10 parents want vaccine safety research conducted – the SaneVax Team agrees.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Survey results, released on 11 October 2010, ranked the following items as parents’ top research priorities:
89% – vaccine safety
88% – medication safety and effectiveness
72% – research should be done on things in the environment that could lead to health issues
67% – foods that might protect against cancer
66% – new treatments for rare childhood diseases
64% – research on cancer-causing foods.
64% – new treatments for common childhood illnesses
46% – research for leading causes of injuries
Parental concerns about the safety of vaccines have increased markedly over the last decade. The survey results above say it all. Almost 9 out of 10 parents are more concerned with vaccine safety than any other topic related to their children’s health and well-being.
Is it any wonder parents are concerned when you read through an FDA application for approval of a new vaccine and see phrases like “mechanism of action unknown,” and “assumed to be safe and effective?”
Is it any wonder parents are concerned when it is reported that 85% of new drugs ‘offer few if any new benefits while having the potential to cause serious harm due to toxicity, or misuse?’ (Visit http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-famil … to learn more.)
Take HPV vaccines, for instance. There have been awards given to manufacturers for creating markets out of thin air. Campaigns have been mounted worldwide to vaccinate entire populations for a virus that may be a contributing factor to causing certain types of cancer while knowing HPV does not actually cause cancer in and of itself.
The truth is most vaccine ingredients have not been independently examined and tested, either alone, or in combination with each other. In addition, EPA standards for heavy metal exposure indicate that many vaccine ingredients are toxic. Although several vaccines individually meet EPA safety standards, when vaccines are administered concurrently, they far exceed those standards.
Vaccines are being created at an unprecedented rate and advertised as ‘miracle cures’ for everything from breast cancer and inhibiting early puberty, to curing cocaine addictions. The public needs to know these vaccines are safe before they saturate the market and become a standard method of care.
Now, consider the fact that every electrical device you currently own is certified safe and rated for efficiency by an independent source called Underwriters Laboratories. This is done to protect people from unsafe, poorly manufactured, and/or inefficient electrical equipment. Even extension cords are U.L. rated.
This precaution is not taken with vaccines or medications. The FDA conducts no independent tests prior to approval. They rely on information provided by the manufacturers. It is a system intended to protect medical consumers, but the potential for abuse is virtually unlimited.
Perhaps the time has come for independent evaluation of vaccines and medications. Imagine being able to simply look at the label and see the vaccine or medication you are about to take had been independently tested and certified. Imagine a world where every vaccine and medication was certified S.A.N.E. – safe, affordable, necessary and effective.
The SaneVax team offers this challenge to scientists, medical professionals, and researchers:
Underwriters’ Laboratories was initially established by a few dedicated professionals testing an individual product. Let’s do the same thing, starting with vaccines.
If you are interested in taking up the challenge, please contact the SaneVax team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Together, we can provide a service American medical consumers are asking for. Together, we can help insure the safety and health of millions.
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