Mr. Miller began his crusade against mandatory vaccines when his son was born. Very little data could be found on this topic. His search for the truth led him to scientific journals. There he discovered numerous studies warning medical practitioners that vaccines are often unsafe and ineffective. His shock and anger at the suppression of this information culminated in his passionate advocacy of health freedom and informed parenting options.
Neil Miller is a health pioneer who presented documentation about vaccine safety and efficacy problems long before these concerns were made public. For example, several years ago he complained about toxic mercury being put into childhood vaccines and provided evidence linking vaccines and autism. During the past decade, cases of autism skyrocketed by more than 500 percent in countries that use the MMR vaccine. In some parts of the United States, one of every 150 children is autistic. Recently, Congress commanded the FDA to remove mercury from vaccines, and new studies by several world-renowned scientists confirmed an MMR-autism link.
Despite the many problems uncovered in Mr. Miller’s research, he does not tell parents to reject the shots:
"Every year, more than 12,000 people in the United States -- mostly children -- report serious adverse reactions to mandated vaccines. The FDA estimates that this represents just 10 percent of the true rate. Yet, even these figures pale in comparison to the number of cases of new diseases now being scientifically linked to inoculations: MMR and autism, polio vaccines and cancer, the hepatitis B vaccine and multiple sclerosis, the Hib vaccine and diabetes, to name just a few. For these reasons, among others, I am opposed to mandatory vaccines. I do not recommend for or against the shots. I want everyone to think through this enigmatic and controversial subject on their own. I believe that parents are capable of obtaining the facts and making knowledgeable choices regarding the care and welfare of their children."
Mr. Miller has publicly debated the pros and cons of mandatory vaccines with several pediatricians and other health practitioners, including the chief medical epidemiologist for the National Immunization Program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). He conducts lectures throughout the United States and is available to discuss his research on vaccines.
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