Our mission is to educate and advocate for vaccination policies that serve the best interest of the public and the individual. Such vaccine policies will minimize the collateral damage that inappropriate one-size-fits-all schedules have left in their wake. New vaccination policies must incorporate the latest science on epigenetics, immunity, neurotoxicity, and environmental exposure risk factors, and respect the right to fully informed medical consent
Vaccines are medical products that have been deemed “unavoidably unsafe”. We understand that while vaccines are commonly used tools to control some infections, they are neither safe nor effective for everyone, and current policies are not based on adequate science safety. Vaccine policies do not take into consideration unintended consequences, and vaccines are administered in the absence of fully informed consent. Our mission includes providing the information needed for fully informed choices to take place. There are many factors that can influence an individual’s reaction to a vaccine. If administered without consideration for unique genetic, environmental, health, and lifestyle conditions, vaccines pose risks. Every doctor should be fully trained in vaccine safety and vaccine risk factors, including environmental exposures that can increase risk of injury. Every single child should be afforded personalized medicine. Parents should have the freedom to make decisions with their doctor to decide what is right for their family.
Protecting religious and personal freedom and civil liberties are fundamental. Parents have a fundamental right to health care choices on behalf of their children and free from governmental and community interference — whether those choices are based upon scientific research, medical necessity, philosophical beliefs, or religious values.
Informed consent builds trust in the medical system and elicits the patient-doctor relationship to be founded on trust and individualized treatment. Mandates violate the privacy of medical care between families and their physicians.
Mandates for a medical procedure and compromising the freedom for parents to make personal medical decisions is not something that parallels with the Jewish religion. We value personal medical freedom and should continue this by protecting vaccine exemptions for everyone.
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