Full Frame In-Depth: The Vaccines Controversy

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Dr. Jay Gordon and Barbara Dehn, “Nurse Barb” talk with Mike Walter about vaccines. Dr. Jay Gordon and Barbara Dehn, “Nurse Barb” talk with Mike Walter about vaccines.

Each year, more than 100 million children worldwide are vaccinated against nearly a dozen preventable diseases – like tuberculosis, polio, and measles. These vaccines save an estimated 2.5 million lives annually.

But one in five children worldwide do not receive any type of vaccinations and, according to the World Health Organization, an estimated 1.5 million children die each year—one every 20 seconds—from vaccine-preventable diseases. Nearly 200 countries around the globe have endorsed a shared vision—known as the Decade of Vaccines—to make vaccines available to every person on the planet by 2020. And the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is one of the major donors to this campaign.

The Vaccine Controversy

The Vaccine Controversy

Each year, more than 100 million children worldwide are vaccinated against nearly a dozen preventable diseases – like tuberculosis, polio, and measles. These vaccines save an estimated 2.5 million lives annually.

But in the United States, Europe and Japan, parents are not just concerned about having the right vaccines available for their children. Rather, some parents are debating whether to vaccinate their children at all. To dig deeper into this debate, Mike Walter spoke with experts from both sides of the controversy:

Dr. Jay Gordon, a pediatrician who has authored several parenting book, including The ADD and ADHD Cure: The Natural Way to Treat Hyperactivity and Refocus Your Child.

Barbara Dehn, a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner and author of the Blue Orchid Health Guides.

Are Vaccines Safe?

Are Vaccines Safe?

Dr. Jay Gordon, a pediatrician who has authored several parenting book, including The ADD and ADHD Cure: The Natural Way to Treat Hyperactivity and Refocus Your Child and Barbara Dehn, a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner and author of the Blue Orchid Health Guides, sit down with Mike Walter to show both sides of the vaccine controversy.

  • km

    Just look at how many children have been damaged by vaccines in the CDC’s VAERS data base. This should alone be enough to realize that these vaccines are not safe.