Immunizations in Oregon- Senate Bill 132
Senate bill 132 is an effort to educate the public about the benefits of vaccines. I see no problem with educating the public about the benefits of vaccines, but I do see a problem with not including education about the dangers of vaccines, such as the presence of extremely high, toxic-doses of aluminum in certain vaccines. It simply defies reason that we would inject 250 micrograms of aluminum into a newborn whose mother does not have Hepatitis B and thus there is no risk for that newborn. The maximum possible safe dose of aluminum for a typical newborn is 12-15 micrograms of aluminum.
Dr Rosenbloom, who is quoted in this article, has shared with me that he is aware of the aluminum issue, but he responded to me, “Just a difference in how we look at it”.
If you are concerned about toxins and brain development, then the way I look at it, you do everything in your power to minimize toxic brain exposures, especially when there is nothing to be gained by vaccinating a newborn for Hepatitis B (when their mother does not have Hepatitis B). Injecting 330+ micrograms while pregnant is even more problematic (the new recommendation to give all pregnant moms the Tdap).
Please read this article on Senate Bill 132 below-