Discover the ingredients in the vaccines that your doctor recommends
Informed Vaccination Decision-making. The purpose of this tool is to enable the public to make informed vaccination decisions for themselves and their children. The VIC computes ingredient exposures for multiple vaccinations to be received at a single office visit, covering 65 ingredients contained in the vaccines recommended by the CDC in it's immunization schedule.
Discover the most common vaccine ingredients found in the CDC schedule
Do your research and discover the risks. The VIC provides a very detailed Ingredient Report that reveals the total ingredient amounts in the vaccines recommended by your doctor, along with curated articles and studies so that you can do your research and have a better understanding of the risks - both known and unknown.
At some point we have all heard the argument “the dose makes the poison” in support of the safety of including small amounts of dangerous ingredients such as formaldehyde, phenol, sodium borate, aluminum, etc., in vaccines, but it is not that simple.
In addition to knowing what potentially dangerous ingredients may be in vaccines, it is also important to understand research on safety of vaccine ingredients and how toxicity of a substance is measured.
The 3 ingredients below provide a small example of the detail that the VIC's Ingredient Report provides for the 65 ingredients contained in the vaccines recommended by the CDC in it's immunization schedule.