Vaccine hesitancy; even if I loved vaccines, I would still have issues that would make me very ‘hesitant’ to receive any vaccines with any confidence whatsoever.

Even if a particular vaccine did prove to prevent a disease as it was designed, my critical thinking would lead me to point out some things that are presently out of line with good and responsible vaccine industry standards and current medical practices:

6 Reasons for Vaccine Hesitancy

  1. The vaccine safety screening process for patients is poor to non-existent. Research into who is susceptible to vaccine injury, how and why, would lead to the creation of safer vaccines and age/weight specific vaccines.
  1. If something must be mandated, then mandating human breast milk; the mother’s or someone else’s for all newborns would make sense. This would start to build an infant’s natural life-long antibody response and herd immunity; the real herd immunity.
  1. Allowing children’s neurological system and natural antibody response to develop uninterrupted over the first 18 month period as nature intended without the ever increasing roster of vaccines and invasive interference medical science seems to insist upon these days. Also none of this ‘delaying breastfeeding so vaccines will work better’ nonsense. To fulfill school and employment requirements Titer-testing would be the safer way to go.
  1. Honest education about the signs of vaccine injury for families. The actual vaccine package inserts need to be offered to all, especially to parents so they themselves can weigh the risk vs benefits on their children’s behalf. Hiding, minimizing or denying the risks is not good medical care.
  1. Denying that there may be potential future chronic repercussions is not good medical care, as many people develop ongoing issues including immune dysfunction and neurological dysfunction and auto-immune conditions. Shaming, ostracizing, coercing or bullying those who question these risks is not good medical care.
  1. Education for vaccine providers, emergency workers and medical clinics about vaccine reactions; proper reporting and emergency care. When care-givers are not taught to identify the problems, they won’t see the problems. Nor can they treat the problems. Not educating health-care providers properly is irresponsible medical care. Denying any contrary evidence is not good science; denying causation is not good science; denying responsibility is not good science.
1983 and Now

Discernment

As long as our medical system remains selectively blind to the rising concerns of parents and families caught in the wake of the vaccine program, I remain – hesitant.

I’d like the allopathic medical system to show me another path, where the benefits are clear and the risks are few. I’d like to be honestly shown; the benefits vs the risks; without them resorting to strong-arm measures such as fear, shame, shunning, coercion or blackmail.

Vaccine Vaers

I am Neither Timid or Confused

I’d like to be offered a path where my own personal health philosophy, my own motivation, my own well informed research, and my own invested efforts are treated as valuable and welcome assets.

Personally, I’d like to be assured that our current political legislature is more concerned about my good health and less about corporate interests and profit-share.

I see articles describing people like me as ‘vaccine hesitant’, but until these concerns are addressed I think it is fair to change the phrase from ‘vaccine hesitant’ to ‘vaccine discerning’.

Basic Signature

Bio PicNelda McEwen has been practicing as a Medical Intuitive in SW Ontario for over 25 years; counselling individuals and families, as well as offering her signature ICH training to other Medical Intuitives in the health field. Nelda’s professional research has been acknowledged and published in the Professional Kinesiology Practitioners Manual. The PKP program is recognized through the International Kinesiology College of Zurich Switzerland.