Unvaccinated children in the United Kingdom are allowed to daycares, kindergartens and all school grades and exams.
More separated parents are going to court over disagreements with vaccines for their children – no medical persons in the UK available to be an expert witnesses.
Parents are being asked, quite forcefully in some areas, to sign a disclaimer if they don’t want to vaccinate which puts on pressure on the parent to vaccinate and damages GP relations. I asked the authorities to explain the significance but it is only for the GP and has been asked for from insurance companies. Still children are being refused signed up at a GP surgery. We help families with bringing a complaint for threats, even accompany them to appointments.
HPV in schools – third dose not given now in the UK 20,000 leaflets sent out so far! The latest request was from a community midwife. Practitioners are leaving them in their clinics, even dentists and chiropractors! Sadly, new groups for HPV vaccine injured girls have set up in the UK (SANEVAX) and in Ireland (RESPECT) and the HPV uptake is very high.
Adverse event following immunisation public reporting system
People can report vaccine side effects using the Yellow Card system but at last official estimate only 6% population were aware of this. These reports are not followed up and are only to alert the government if a vaccine or medicine is reported more than it already expects.
However, in 2009 it came to light that more than one dose of paracetamol reduces the efficacy of vaccines say GSK, peer reviewed in the Lancet and the NHS has agreed with on line but this news didn’t reach the GPs or the patients (Are they really concerned about efficacy?)… The conclusion was that if more than one dose is given with 24 hours it significantly reduces the antibody response from vaccination .. BUT new research has shown that paracetamol does not significantly reduce efficacy which we find dubious.