Suggestions to HHS Regarding Vaccinations

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by Catherine J. Frompovich , via Activist

U.S. Health & Human Services

Ref: Federal Register Doc. 2015-02481 – NAIP Comment due date 3-9-15

Dear Senior Policy Adviser Rebecca Fish:

As requested in the Federal Register of 2-5-15, please accept the following additional comments regarding mandatory adult vaccinations in the USA, the NAIP.

Probably one of the most egregious and scientifically, non-credible problems revolving around vaccines, vaccinations—either pro or con mandatory vaccination programs—is the fact that much of the blame is projected upon the unvaccinated population with no science-based proof.

Here’s what needs to be put in place if HHS/CDC/FDA want to be considered scientific and credible about vaccines, their safety and effectiveness, and transparency of public service announcements, in my candid opinion:

1. An independent retrospective study of the health status of vaccinated versus unvaccinated children and adults must be performed to document the effectiveness of so called vaccine ‘herd immunity’ and the overall health status, e.g., allergies, chronic diseases, cancer, etc. in both vaccinated and unvaccinated cohorts.

There are numerous cohorts of unvaccinated children and adults in the USA. Such a study, however, must not be paid for, nor controlled/supervised, or have any input from pharmaceutical or vaccine makers. The study should be done by certified, independent labs and/or researchers under direct contract with HHS/CDC/FDA, I contend.

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