[SaneVax: Independent citizens step in where government health officials fear to tread – federally funded health authorities have never conducted a study comparing health outcomes in vaccinated versus unvaccinated populations. In the interest of public health and safety, the Journal of Natural Food and Health stepped up to the plate. They are currently recruiting participants for an international study to determine the immediate and long term health outcomes of vaccinated, partially vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals within the same families. Needless to say, thousands of medical consumers and vaccine safety advocates will be anxiously awaiting the results.]
Your Family Vaccination Study: Health Outcomes of Vaccinated, Partially Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Children and Adults
Project Director, David Michael, BSc, MSc, PEng
The purpose of this comprehensive survey is to measure any differences of immediate and long-term health outcomes (including autism, ADHD, allergies, asthma . . .) of children and parents who are not vaccinated, partially vaccinated and fully vaccinated within the same family and for all participants combined. It will also ask about infertility, miscarriage, prematurity, vaccinations given during pregnancy and the number of vaccines given at the same time. The survey will also measure any differences in health outcomes across two and three generations.
Your Family Vaccination Survey is sponsored by the Journal of Natural Food and Health and is supported by parents, doctors, nurses, health professionals and organizations. The project is funded privately and by gifts from participants. It is an independent, not-for-profit project.
To our knowledge, no survey of this type has ever been conducted in the U.S. The federal or state health authorities have never conducted a study on the long-term health outcomes of vaccinated versus non-vaccinated children and adults.