With the recent passage of CA SB277, parents, lawmakers, medical providers, and schools are going to have to figure out how to overturn this ruling, or to work within its framework. With medical professionals being the gatekeepers for deciding who is eligible for medical exemption from vaccines, they are the individuals we need to turn to and align with in regards to the health choices parents make for their children.
Currently, we doubt that any law maker has heard of homeoprophylaxis. This law would not be under protest if vaccines were safe. We know those parents who are looking for a safer option to vaccination may have found HP. It is these parents searching for options who will be leading the way to The Solution, and will be the ones who will have the opportunity to discuss their children’s health with medical professionals.
Medical professionals have the professional, moral obligation to practice in accordance with the Hippocratic Oath, in addition to their conscience, and Do No Harm.
As the vaccination method of disease prevention has known risks and associated side effects, and the vaccine companies are legally absolved from any liability for harm done, the next in line for culpability are medical professionals. Not only legal culpability, but also the psychological burden of responsibility is upon their shoulders, to the patients who come to them for healthcare.
Talk to your medical providers about HP. Tell them how HP shares the same philosophy as vaccination, but the method is safer, non-toxic, and provides a gentle way of educating your child’s immune system towards infectious disease.
We know no method of disease prevention is 100% guaranteed. Vaccine proponents admit this too. The public wants another option to reach the same end goal. HP provides that other option.
We have HP Supervisors in California available to answer your questions and to help you navigate your way to the medical providers who would support your right to choose the option of HP as a public health care model of disease prevention.
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