Today Show: Should You Vaccinate Your Kids?


Honey Renecella, mother of twins with vaccine induced autism and Suzanne Walter, mother of a girl whom she did not vaccinate who subsequently contracted meningitis, appeared together on The Today Show yesterday to tell their stories and talk about vaccine safety.

The two women agree that not every vaccine is safe for every child.

I am not sure if the show's bookers were expecting a cat fight, but what they got was anything but...

See The Today Show Part 2 to see Honey try to hold in her anger at the statements of head of the AAP who claims that all vaccines are for every child.

Today Show Part 2  



In a segment on autism and vaccines on the Today Show, Dr. David Tayloe, President Elect of the American Academy of Pediatrics, was asked the following question:

"Do you believe that all vaccines should be used on every child?"

His complete response:

"Yes. I think any of the vaccines we have today have been tested and proven to be safe, and the credible studies don't show any relationship between vaccines and permanent injury. So we favor this and we know that unless we have vaccination rates that are in the 90 to 95% range we are not going to prevent epidemics from coming into this country of measles, of polio, from countries where these diseases are still endemic. So its very important that we vaccinate all our children."

That was not true, and there is no way that Dr. Tayloe didn't know that it was not true.

Permanent vaccine injury is medical fact, stated on the safety inserts that come in the box of vaccine, and for which the government pays damages for out of the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program

Note Dr. Jerry Kartzinel's very reasoned response