Tuesday, February 16, 2016 by: Daniel Barker
(NaturalNews) The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has just added three new vaccines to the Childhood Immunization Schedule, bringing the total to an almost unbelievable 74 vaccine doses recommended before the age of 17.
The agency also lowered the age of HPV (a sexually-transmitted virus) vaccination to include nine-year-olds.
Since 1950, the number of required vaccine doses has risen from 3 to 74 – an increase of more than 24 times.
In 1983, there were still only 10 recommended vaccines being administered to children under the age of 6 – the schedule then required 24 doses, 7 injections and 4 oral polio doses.
By 2010, the number of doses had increased to 68, with over half of them being administered before children reached 18 months of age.
As of February 1, 2016, the number of doses before age 17 has…
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