Viewing Dr. Tenpenny’s documentary Vaccine Basics: What You Need To Know will help parents and practitioners learn how to make informed vaccination choices.
Dr. Tenpenny compares vaccine schedules from several decades ago with that of today, showing the startling increase in vaccine doses that people are urged to receive.
She describes individual vaccines and their ingredients, beginning with smallpox and polio vaccines. Others include hepatitis B, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), chickenpox, shingles, measles, hepatitis A, rotavirus (diarrhea), and influenza vaccines.
Smallpox and polio vaccines are covered first because Dr. Tenpenny knows that most people believe that vaccines eradicated these diseases and therefore, they think that all of the other vaccines will also eradicate the other diseases we vaccinate against.
She describes the actual risks of contracting the diseases, goes through the specific types of vaccines, and explains how people can prevent illness by keeping their immune systems healthy, such as by maintaining adequate vitamin D levels. She also tells how people can successfully treat illnesses at home, if they do get sick.
She is concerned that the complications that result from vaccination are much more serious than the diseases are that the vaccines are supposed to prevent. She discusses whether or not the vaccines are protective.
She says, “…In the zeal to eliminate relatively benign microbes, we have traded temporary illnesses for pervasive, life-long diseases, disorders, dysfunctions and disabilities. And all of the Powers That Be — doctors, politicians, corporate heads, and government public health officials — refuse to consider these expensive, pervasive diseases could be caused by vaccines and maintain that the onset of autism around the time of the MMR [measles, mumps, rubella vaccine] is purely coincidental.”
Dr. Tenpenny poses the question, “Why don’t they do the studies comparing vaccinated with unvaccinated people?” If they did and the vaccinated were healthier, then it would shut her up, but if the unvaccinated were healthier, it would be obvious that vaccines are causing serious autoimmune disorders. She feels that the latter is the reason they refuse to do the studies.
She describes what parents can do to avoid vaccines for their children and she answers common questions. She shows how staying healthy without vaccination is achievable.