By: Catherine Frompovich
05 January 2011
(excerpts) Back on May 28, 2010 the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania made changes to its immunization code to be effective August 1, 2011. What children in Pennsylvania will be required to have in vaccinations in order to attend school is taken directly from the code.
One of the apparent—and growing—issues that neither federal nor state health agencies apparently do not take into consideration—nor want to—is the ramification(s) of what happens to a child AFTER vaccination when life-threatening or life-altering adverse events or reactions occur. Shouldn’t a state or federal agency be held responsible for the damage to that child since it mandated the vaccines for attendance in school?
No! A child’s health problems then become the family’s with no recourse for either medical help, payment of medical bills, or remedial efforts to bring back the child to normal health before the vaccination.
Too many children are experiencing adverse reactions to vaccines, which is documented by the CDC’s VAERS reporting system. To report a problem resulting from vaccines, please visit the CDC’s web site at and follow the prompts to file a report either online, by fax, or via U.S. mail.