How To Minimise The Risks Of Vaccination

by Dr Vernon Coleman and Donna Antoinette Coleman

1. If you (or a member of your family) are having a vaccination, make sure you keep details of the date and time and location at which the vaccination was performed, the name of the doctor giving the vaccination, the name of the vaccine, the manufacturer and the lot number. All this information will be invaluable if you develop health problems as a result of the vaccination.

2. Before you allow a doctor to vaccinate you or your child ask these essential questions (and write down the answers):

a) How dangerous is the disease for which this vaccine is being given?
b) How effective is the vaccine?
c) How dangerous is the vaccine?
d) Which patients should not be given the vaccine?

3. Ask your doctor to give you written confirmation that he/she has personally investigated the risks and benefits of the vaccine and that, having looked at the evidence, he/she believes that the vaccine is safe and essential for you.

4. Before your child is inoculated make sure that he/she is in very good health as a healthy immune system will increase their chances of surviving the vaccination without any brain damage or ill effects. If your child is not well or has recently had an illness, it is best to wait until your child has made a full recovery before having them vaccinated.

5. We suggest that you videotape your child for a few months before each vaccination and for several months afterwards. If your child develops autism then you have the evidence to show that it may have been caused by a vaccination.

Taken from Health Secrets Doctors Share With Their Families by Vernon Coleman & Donna Antoinette Coleman, published by the European Medical Journal at 12.99 and available from the shop on this website and from all good bookshops everywhere.

Copyright Vernon Coleman 2005