You might already be aware, and as we are writing this, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) meeting that took place at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta currently have not published the meeting notes. According to the website, this may not be done for another 90 days.

We attended this meeting along with many others to witness the actions and to learn about the future of vaccines. So, here at ICAN, we want to provide you with some of the key takeaways from this meeting.

The Positive Takeaways

We can report that the positive takeaway was the amount of “no” votes given towards one of the motions regarding Human Papillomavirus (HPV).

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Although the motion did pass, this is a positive step in the right direction that in fact, doctors are questioning some of these vaccines. They are questioning their importance and relevance.
The motion passed at the CDC was “the Human Paplamona Virus (HPV) vaccine should now be recommended for those ages 26-45”. Now we already know those ages 9-26 are receiving the vaccination.

Now, the problem with this is, most people aged 26-45 have already come into contact with HPV. So if they are injected with this vaccine, it increases the risk of the person contracting HPV. Health authorities would need to find all the people who have not been in contact with HPV, which is near impossible!

It will cost millions of dollars to find the people who haven’t, we need to ask ourselves and the government - is this worth the money?

In summary to this motion and vaccine requirements, which was passed, it was positive to see four doctors voted no compared to the 10 who voted yes. Will these “no” answers increase? Time will tell at the next meeting.

In Summary Of The Meeting

It appears now, vaccines are not just for younger children, but also adults are required to get certain vaccinations. As laws come into place, those who are not vaccinated are being discriminated more than ever. This starts the debate and asks the question: should the government have control over our body?

If in America, a country where we are meant to have freedom, the government has control over our Head of Health, this means we don’t get to vote who is in power of the health department - these are the people who decide what is injected into our bodies.

During the meeting at the CDC, the public was given the opportunity to ask valuable questions for the ACIP. One of the key questions asked was for the study on infectious disease vs chronic disease when it comes to immunizations. For vaccines to stop infectious disease, is it causing chronic disease instead? They need answers. Where is the scientific evidence?

The CDC has not provided 100% all scientific evidence that these vaccines are safe. Doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals believe the science has been done but is this really the case for all vaccines?

Are we the test subjects for vaccines? All we want is answers and the evidence to back it up.

So overall, we can conclude the positive takeaway from the meeting at the CDC is, they are listening, and doctors are starting question some of the vaccines we have in our healthcare system. The needle is slightly moving.