New Jersey Public Health Wants Mandatory Preschool Vaccinations
[Editor's Note: New Jersey residents have until Feb. 16, 2007 to voice their comments or complaints about this proposed mandatory vaccinations for preschool children, the most vulnerable age groups to be damaged by vaccines. I did a brief search of the name Dr. Eddy Bresnitz, the New Jersey's deputy health commissioner who's promoting this scam for the CDC, and sure enough, this guy is in cahoots with the CDC up to his eyeballs. I'm sure they'll eventually throw him a banquet and present him with a beautiful wall plaque that says something like: "To Dr Eddy Bresnitz, in Gratitude to our 'Point Man in New Jersey' for a Job Well Done!"
Parents in New Jersey who care about their kids need to flood this guy's office with letters, telephone calls, faxes, and e-mails and let him know-in no uncertain terms- that you're warming up the tar boilers and you're stuffing burlap bags with chicken feathers for another type of 'party' to give him...Ken]
From Patricia Doyle, PhD (http://drpdoyle.tripod.com/ )
January 24, 2007
J Toddlers To Be Forced To
Take Flu & Pneumonia Shots!?
Hello Jeff - The vaccine news below is shameful. The Public Health 'authorities' in New Jersey want New Jersey children to take flu and pneumonia vaccinations before being allowed to attend pre-school or licensed day care.
I am sure that if this becomes mandatory, ALL schools will require children to be vaccinated for flu and pneumonia before being allowed to enroll and attend. Parents and concerned citizens in New Jersey have the ability to voice their comments on this between now and Feb. 16, 2007. I strongly urge people to contact that health department and voice your opinion.
How many more vaccines are we going to force into our childrens' bodies? Again, if people would only keep their children home when the children are ill, influenza, pneumonia and other diseases would not be spreading as readily.
NJ Weighs New Vaccine Rule For Children
By Linda A. Johnson
TRENTON, NJ (AP) -- Children in New Jersey would be the first to need flu and pneumonia vaccinations to attend preschool or a licensed day care under a proposal that brought angry parents to a public hearing Friday. Dr. Eddy Bresnitz, New Jersey's deputy health commissioner and the state epidemiologist, said the proposal was based on recommendations over the past couple of years from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other major medical groups.
"Children are the principal vector for transmitting influenza and other respiratory illnesses" to other children, sick people and the elderly, and kids have high rates of hospitalization from flu complications, Bresnitz said.
Nationally, 108 of every 100,000 children younger than 5 are hospitalized with flu complications each year, and nearly 100 die, according to the CDC.
State health officials also want 11- and 12-year-olds attending school to be vaccinated against whooping cough and a fast-killing type of meningitis.
But about 30 people at the public hearing said the state should not require more vaccinations for young children when studies about safety are weak or flawed, and there is limited information about how they might interact.
"We're pumping toxins into our children's bodies," said Sue Collins, co-founder of the New Jersey Alliance for Informed Choice in Vaccination. "The government refuses to recognize the correlation between more vaccines and more disabilities."
The health department will continue taking public comment on the issue throughFeb. 16. If the proposal is approved, it could take effect in time for the new school year in September, Bresnitz said.
NJ Department of Health and Senior Services
P. O. Box 360, Trenton, NJ 08625-0360
Phone: (609) 292-7837
Toll-free in NJ: 1-800-367-6543
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