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  • Vaccination for school entry is NOT mandatory in Canada

    Access provincial regulations and legal exemption forms .

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  • Vaccination: The Basics...

    The medical establishment considers vaccines effective if they suppress a few targeted illnesses — but at what expense? An emerging body of evidence indicates that vaccines can damage a child’s developing immune system and brain, leading to debilitating and life-threatening disorders like autism, ADHD, asthma, peanut allergies, juvenile diabetes, or to SIDS, death itself.

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  • Adverse events: unreported or denied

    As children’s physical, mental and emotional health continues to deteriorate, the commonly occurring symptoms of these deficits – e.g. allergies and asthma, learning disabilities, hyperactivity and aggression - tend to become viewed as normal. And when health authorities increasingly suppress evidence of vaccine harm, it’s no wonder some parents don’t consider it possible that these previously rare conditions could be caused in whole or in part by vaccinations.

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  • Vaccination: What You Need to Know

    VRAN knows many cases of children severely damaged or dead due to vaccinations. In the 1980’s, paediatrician Robert Mendelsohn, MD voiced his concern: “There is growing suspicion that immunization against relatively harmless childhood diseases may be responsible for the dramatic increase in autoimmune diseases since mass inoculations were introduced. These are fearful diseases such as cancer, leukemia, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Lou Gehrig’s disease, lupus erythematosus, and the Guillain-Barre syndrome.”

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  • Clayton's Story - Vaccine Reaction

    Clayton Latta-Poole

    What I’m about to write, may shock some readers. However, this is the harsh reality for many families, and our story is offered for public awareness, which I am hoping will be used as an educational tool.

    19 years ago my son Clayton was born. His induced birth was difficult, and with the aid of forceps, he was born blue, (cyanotic) unresponsive and needed to be resuscitated. He was brought around, though apgar scores were initially low. Although very alert, no one heard Clayton cry for three days. By the time we left the hospital, Clayton was, in spite of the events surrounding his birth, a normal, extremely alert little guy. He would lift his head and follow the nurses around the room with his gaze. The nurses were very impressed!

    In the weeks that followed, my baby was a very happy, easy going little guy, who nursed well, gained weight and slept well. He was alert and never fussy. He was a beautiful blonde-haired, blue-eyed cherub. He loved the sound of his own voice.

    Little did I know, at 19, what we were in for….

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