No Forced Vaccination. Not in America.
The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) is “America's Vaccine Safety Watchdog.” Founded in 1982, NVIC is the oldest and largest consumer organization advocating the institution of vaccine safety and informed consent protections in the mass vaccination system.
We help families make informed decisions about vaccination to help prevent serious vaccine reactions.
We also support informed consent to vaccination in America.
It’s your family. Your health.
Vaccination should be a choice, not a requirement.
But today, you may not have that choice. Why? Because vaccines are big business in America. The market for pediatric vaccines is predicted to quadruple by the year 2016 to more than $16 billion.
For the past 25 years, every vaccine created by the pharmaceutical industry for children has been recommended by the Federal Government for use by all American children. Americans buy and are required to use more vaccines than citizens in any other nation in the world.
In 1982, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommended 23 doses of 7 vaccines for children up to age six. Today, the CDC recommends that children take 48 doses of 14 vaccines by age six.
- But do more vaccines mean healthier children?
- In 1983, one in 10,000 children were diagnosed with autism. Today, 1 child in 150 develops autism.
- One out of 6 American children is learning disabled.
- One in 9 has asthma and one in 450 is diabetic
Serious vaccine reactions include brain damage and even death. Sometimes, vaccine reactions can be serious and life-threatening. Learn how you can reduce the risk of a serious vaccine reaction.
The worst is yet to come. With the recent addition of annual flu shots for all infants and children, the CDC now recommends that children get 69 doses of 16 vaccines by age 18.
It's about informed consent. A right we should all have.
We believe Americans should have the opportunity to make smart decisions about using vaccines and other pharmaceutical products.
But in some states, you can be threatened with fines and imprisonment if you do not give your children vaccines. Yes, Americans can be arrested for not vaccinating their children! That's wrong.
In November 2007, government officials in Maryland threatened several thousand parents with jail time and stiff fines if they do not have their children vaccinated for chickenpox and hepatitis B.
US soldiers face the court martial and prison if they do not take experimental vaccines.
Our service men and women deserve the basic human right of informed consent to using pharmaceutical products or undergoing any medical procedure that carries a risk of harm. Learn more
Help us protect your right to informed consent to vaccination.
Protect Your Right to Keep Your Family Healthy. Make Informed Consent to Vaccination a Reality for All Americans.
The NVIC has been the leading voice of the vaccine safety and informed consent movement in America for the last 25 years. But we can't do it without your help.
Help educate fellow Americans about what they can do to help prevent a child or someone else they love from suffering a serious vaccine reaction.
Donate and Support our National Public Education Campaign!
Donate $1 for yourself and $1 for every person you love to the NVIC to underwrite its national public education programs and help inform families about vaccination and the importance of protecting the right to informed consent.
It’s time to stand up and be counted!
- For every $5, $10 or $25 donation you get a Bumper Sticker that says "No forced vaccination. Not in America."
- When you donate $125, $240 or more, you get two DVDs featuring three full-length documentaries produced by independent film makers, including interviews with NVIC President Barbara Loe Fisher: "Vaccine Nation," "Shoot 'Em Up," and "What Are We Doing to Our Children and Our Planet?" Learn more about the films and how to become a Sponsor Donor
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