Published September 23, 2016
The problem with our present vaccine policy is that so many vaccines are being given so close together and over...
— William Wilberforce
I think what a lot of people don’t realize in a closed space like NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) is that they’ve decided that we need to vaccinate these babies on-time. Two months after they’re born… bam!—there it goes. This baby could be four months early and still supposed to be inside their mother, weighting three or four pounds and getting the same amount of vaccines as a 200 pound man.
… I’ve sat in a room with our on-call staff of physicians and practitioners (when they say) ‘Oh wow, this is so embarrassing this 25 weeker never actually required a breathing tube and going on the vent after he was born, he was so strong. But we gave him his two month vaccinations and he got intubated last night ha ha, oops how embarrassing.’
The step-down units are calling the NICU’s and saying ‘hey we’re going to go ahead and give these four babies their two month shots today, make sure you have beds ready because we all know they’re going to have increased breathing difficulties, feeding and digestion difficulties, apnea, and bradycardia. This is what goes on.’
— Michelle Rowton, NP
Jaxen J. Nurse Reveals Routine Vaccine-Induced Injury from Current Schedule at Hospitals. JeffereyJaxen.com May 4, 2015.