A bill mandating that convicted felons enlist in the military
Just recently a very good friend contacted me in the middle of the night.
She was so concerned over her young son receiving DTa P in the hospital that night. I know many families that don’t vaccinate, but they are still very fearful about tetanus and say that they might probably choose the tetanus vaccine if their child happened to step on a rusty nail. Most parents want to know why a child just can’t receive a tetanus vaccine?
Today, tetanus is uncommon in the United States, with an average of 29 reported cases per year from 1996 through 2009″ “Today, tetanus is uncommon in the United States, with an average of 29 reported cases per year from 1996 through 2009″? Pretty much, the CDC’s own website tells us it’s not common and is found in wounds caused by contaminated objects…
“The incidence of tetanus had almost completely disappeared by the time vaccines became popular.
Think about it: if you have a disease process already going on, how could adding more of the pathogen or its toxoids to your blood possibly help you? “IF for some reason you and your child’s doctor assess a risk for Tetanus, you have the option of choosing a non-vaccine shot called Tetanus Immunoglobulin or Ti G for short. IMPORTANT: if you suspect Tetanus, make sure your child gets the Ti G shot!