Michigan for Vaccine Choice Handouts
Shows how the childhood vaccine schedule has gone from 5 vaccines to 70+ doses. The spike in doses occurred after the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act in 1986.
Discusses effectiveness, possible reactions, efficacy, liability, informed consent and more.
Discusses how employees, students, and patients appreciate vaccine choice regardless of their views on vaccine effectiveness.
Provides stats on vaccine doses, injuries, and autism rates. Also highlights the CDC whistle-blower.
A quick guide to which U.S. and Canadian vaccines are manufactured using aborted fetal tissue. Ethical alternatives are listed if/when available.
Handouts from Partners and Friends
Is my child sick right now? Do I know the disease and vaccine risks for myself or my child? And other considerations. For more information, visit National Vaccine Information Center.
Dr. Alvin Moss has more than 40 years of medical practice, research, and teaching experience. His interest in vaccine safety and vaccine injury was first prompted by ethical concerns regarding conflicts of interest in vaccine research and in public policy. The opinions expressed are his own and do not represent those of his employer.
How sanitation, clean water, and improved living conditions impacted disease rates and mortality.
Check out this "gone-viral" set of questions compiled by a Michigan vaccine choice leader and advocate.
Community Soon: Herd Immunity
Can a population achieve herd immunity through mass vaccination? Learn about efficacy rates of common vaccines.
MDHHS Administrative Rule 325.176 Handouts and Materials
View the statute vs. the MDHHS Administrative Rule.
Outlines how vaccinated children must have waivers, too. Provided by Pinwheels for Vaccine Injury
About the Waiver Process (pdf)
Explains how the Administrative Rule is an unfunded mandate that conflicts with the law and promotes government intrusion.
About School Exclusion (pdf)
Explains how the Administrative Rule gives discretion to the local health officer to exclude healthy students from school for any length of time.