Do you know what biologics are? And, more importantly, what does this have to do with vaccinations and protecting your health?
You may have agreed to receive biologics when signing an ‘informed’ consent form at a hospital or clinic. However, did you know that agreeing to receive biologics also means you are agreeing to a vaccination?
Biologics are used to treat, diagnose and prevent diseases. They can be made from a range of natural sources including blood and blood products for transfusion or components of other products.
They may include allergy extracts, human tissues and cells for transplant, gene therapies, cellular therapies and tests. But, they also include vaccination shots.
Vaccination WARNING: Are you really providing informed consent?
Informed consent forms are signed before receiving treatment at a healthcare clinic, hospital or doctor’s office. Many consent forms now include verbiage requiring patients to agree to receiving biologics.
However, few people are aware of exactly what biologics are and that they are a medical category that includes vaccination materials.
Because of this, many consumers are consenting to vaccination interventions for themselves and their children without being fully aware of what they are agreeing to. This means a vaccination could be administered without situational choice, such as while under anesthesia.
Keep in mind: In many cases, people who do not wish to receive vaccines have a legal right to refuse them. So, in light of the potentially deceptive nature of medical consent forms, patients should be proactive about their rights.
Simply put, ask questions and have the language of any form you’re required to sign clarified. You have the right to manage and decide what happens to your body and what transpires during medical treatment.
Don’t forget: A vaccination is a medical intervention
This fact often gets downplayed in clinics and doctors’ offices. And, medical trade organizations and public health officials intentionally perpetuate this concept.
Even healthcare professionals who administer the vaccines tend not to emphasize patients’ rights to fully informed consent.
That’s because vaccine propaganda promotes the ideal that vaccines are generally ‘safe,’ despite many unwanted side effects – clearly documented within the scientific literature.
For example, being exposed to vaccine ingredients like, aluminum, mercury and chromium can increase the risk of autism plus many other neurological disorders. If you’re doctor doesn’t ‘believe’ in good science, you may want to find another healthcare provider.
Action step: Take charge of your own health
The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) states that the process of vaccination must be subject to the same consent ethic that guides the rest of modern medicine. Vaccination involves the use of pharmaceutical products that could cause injury or, in some cases, premature death.
Never forget that you have a right to say ‘no’ to any medical treatment or intervention – including vaccines. The murky and deceptive language about biologics on medical consent forms is highly troublesome. (to say the least!)
Always be your best advocate when it comes to your health. Educate yourself, know your medical rights and always be proactive.
Your life depends upon it.
Author: Dena Schmidt