The pressure (and monetary rewards) has been steadily increasing for physicians to comply with all CDC recommendations. Should your physician request to vaccinate you or your child ask to see the drug company’s package insert (not a brochure or handout) for the product he/she wishes to inject. Tell him/her that you wish to take it home and read it over with your family. Of course, once you read it you will see why so many folks today are saying no to vaccinations and why these inserts are rarely given to the parent or patient. During your next visit politely tell the physician or nurse that you are not comfortable with the vaccine risks.
Many physician offices are now asking parents who wish to protect their children from toxic vaccines to sign a Refusal to Vaccinate document. These physicians have been told that this document will protect them from being sued by the parent should the child come down with the disease the vaccine was supposed to prevent.
DO NOT SIGN the Refusal to Vaccinate document as it can be used against you in court. Instead tell the physician you have an alternative document that will serve the same purpose and give him/her your Vaccination Notice requesting that it be placed in the medical record. The ‘same purpose served’ is the reduction of your ability to sue the physician should your child get the disease the vaccine is supposed to prevent.
FILLING OUT THE NOTICE
- Download the LAWFULLY YOURS pdf guide posted at the bottom of this page and the Word Doc templates for Vaccination Notices are linked right below it. Select the one(s) you wish to use.
- Items in grey need to be personalized
- Select son or daughter as applicable
- Corporate entities need to be in all caps
- The health department of each state is listed in its corporate name on the Dun and Bradstreet website
- Sign the notice in red ink and obtain the signatures of two witnesses or one notary
It is essential to read, understand and agree with the notice before you sign and deliver it.
DELIVERING THE NOTICE
The notice requires little discussion. Just hand it to the doctor or nurse and request it be placed in your (or your child’s) record. Should you be asked where you obtained the notice, simply say from another parent, which is true. Giving more information is not required nor recommended. Citing websites or vaccine aware groups or authors just serves to motivate those in the vaccination-distribution-business to track down and discredit (or worse) the folks that are doing their best to bring good information to the public. The less said the better. Let the notice speak for you.
Keep a copy of the notice for yourself and ask the nurse or doctor to sign “received on (date)” and sign below it. Should the physician or their office be uncooperative let it go. Proceed by sending the notice certified mail – receipt requested – to their office. In future encounters with the physician’s office just refer to the notice of non-consent that is in your file.
More methods of empowering yourself in our commercial (UCC) legal system can be found in the LAWFULLY YOURS guide.