Vaccination is a complex issue. Though every parent has reason to want their child to be safe from disease, it is possible that dozens of vaccinations are not the answer.
Vaccinations do not offer a complete guarantee of immunity—only contracting and recovering from the disease can do that. Instead, vaccines only provide temporary immunity. And yet doctors give infants their first series of vaccines before the blood-brain barrier has formed and their immune system has fully developed. By allowing children to receive so many immunizations, we are overloading their immune system.
Congress has granted vaccine manufacturers protection from most liability claims and civil suits for injury or deaths caused by vaccines. This offers the manufacturers little incentive to assess the actual safety of their products. Parents must research and weigh the risks themselves.