Fact: the tetanus bacterium easily survives in a bleeding wound.
Fact: Herd immunity is real, and it is a vital part of public health.
Fact: We don’t make vaccines for trivial diseases.
Fact: Vaccines do not contain human fetal tissue, fetal cells, or even whole human DNA strands.
Fact: No cause-and-effect relationship has been established for adverse events in VAERS reports.
Fact: Vaccine ingredients are not harmful in humans or animals, with the exception of the very rare allergic reaction.
Fact: Aluminum quantities present in vaccines are very low compared to our daily exposure, and pose an extremely low risk.
Fact: Only one routine childhood vaccine still contains mercury, and it’s in a form that was never harmful anyway.
Fact: The quantity of formaldehyde in vaccines is not anywhere close to a poison.
Fact: An unvaccinated child can infect others who are vaccinated or unable to be vaccinated.
Fact: Vaccine package inserts are not a suitable form of proof of harm from vaccines.
Fact: Vaccines do not cause autism.