(NaturalNews) The vaccination for the hepatitis B virus (HBV) has been traced as the source of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) on hundreds of occasions. There are probably many more. So what do you do if a hospital pediatrician threatens to take your newborn baby from you if you reject the HBV vaccination?
It is often administered just after birth and usually repeated three times over the next six months. Even if it were an effective vaccine, it would be useless unless the mother is infected with hepatitis B, which is purportedly transmitted through injections with shared drug paraphernalia and/or promiscuous sex.
Aliea Bidwell and Ben Gray, who had their baby delivered at St. Vincent's Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, did not engage in either activity. They had done some really thorough research to decide against allowing the HBV vaccination, a decision which they announced without backlash upon arriving at the hospital.
Maybe they had seen this statement by Erdem I. Cantekin, PhD, of the University of Pittsburgh's School of Medicine, sent as an open letter to The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA):
There is no scientific evidence to justify HBV vaccination before the age when those risk factors associated with the HBV transmission (sex, needles, etc) become relevant. Recent risk-benefit analyses show HBV vaccination among children carries one of the largest unjustified risks and substantial financial costs, second only to the new controversial conjugate pneumococcal vaccine. [Emphasis added]
St. Vincent's Hospital in Birmingham has tolerated parents' wishes to not vaccinate newborns. And it's not illegal in Alabama to refuse vaccinations based on medical or religious beliefs. Their son, Aaron, was born naturally, easily and in perfect health per the hospital's records. Several family members, including grandparents, had arrived to see the latest addition to their extended family.
When Dr. Terry M. Bierd, MD, arrived as a staff pediatrician at St. Vincent's Hospital in Birmingham, some hospital staffers were concerned with how she disregarded vaccination refusals. After noticing that neither parent had been tested for hepatitis B recently, Dr. Bierd decided to overrule the parents' HBV vaccination refusal by invoking "doctor discretion" to override the parents' decision.
Bierd had at first told Aaron's parents and other family members that Alabama state law required the vaccination. But one of Aaron's grandparents discovered this was not so upon calling a friend who was a judge.
Then Bierd asserted that doctor discretion allowed her to force the HBV vaccine. She threatened to seize their newborn son, Aaron, and have Child Protective Services (CPS) take him.
She announced this three times to Aliea and Ben while in the room with baby Aaron. The second announcement came boldly with 12 other family members visiting, all of whom considered the doctor's announcements as blackmail. Bierd gave them an ultimatum: Allow us to vaccinate Aaron with the HBV vaccine by tonight (Friday) or he'll be taken away and vaccinated anyway. Then you can try to get him back after the weekend.
What does one do when, just after birthing, a hospital staff pediatrician control freak tells a family that the baby will be gone, at least for the weekend, and that they can try to get him back after that weekend if the HBV shot isn't administered by 9 PM of the same day of his birth? The young, intimidated parents were forced to sign a consent form relieving the hospital and its staff of all liability.
Having kids in this world has become very difficult. Home delivery and homeschooling may be the only ways to avoid at least the vaccination aspect of medical tyranny imposed on children.
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