Many states have laws that allow patients to exempt themselves from vaccinations based on personal, philosophical, or religious beliefs. That way, parents who are wary of government-mandated vaccination schedules can make their own informed decisions about their family’s health.
Parents have a right to make their own decisions about treatments for their children based on informed consent. Limiting a patient's ability to make informed decisions about what gets put into his or her body violates medical ethics.
Urge your representatives to support a bill that has been introduced, H7576/S2405, that would allow adults and parents to refuse vaccination for themselves or on behalf of the minor child, where the immunization is for a non-casual contact disease transmitted by sexual contact between individuals.
Please send your message immediately!