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PROVE Vaccination Decision Resources
Parents Requesting Open
Vaccine Education (PROVE) has been providing information on
vaccines, and vaccination policies and practices that affect the children and adults of Texas since 1997. Our mission is to prevent
vaccine injury and death and to promote and protect the right of every person to make informed
independent vaccination decisions for themselves and their families.
This information is not to be construed as medical or legal advice. The decision to
vaccinate and how you implement that decision is yours, and we hope that you find these resources
helpful in your efforts to make a fully informed and educated immunization decision.
Our web site, http://vaccineinfo.net
has detailed information on vaccine exemption requirements for Texas, what to do when your
doctor won't report a vaccine reaction, vaccine injury compensation law, how to remove your child
from the Texas Department of Health statewide immunization compliance and surveillance computer
registry, vaccine ingredient and reaction information, political action alerts, national vaccine
issues, and links to other useful sites.
PROVE maintains a confidential email news list
from which you can receive updates on vaccine issues affecting your health and freedom.
Subscribe through our website http://vaccineinfo.net.
When you stay connected through our email list, not only will you receive timely news on
vaccine safety issues, it enables us to alert you when and how to communicate with legislators and
other policy makers to promote and protect your family's informed consent and medical privacy
and assistance can be obtained from the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) in
Vienna, Virginia at http://www.nvic.org.
NVIC has a multitude of books,
video tapes, and information packets available to purchase including their own book,
The Consumer's Guide to Childhood Vaccines by Barbara Loe Fisher.
PROVE highly recommends the following additional
reference materials for parents:
Are They Really Safe and Effective? by
to Raise a Healthy Child In Spite of Your Doctor
by Robert S. Mendelsohn, M.D.
Shot in the Dark
by Harris Coulter and Barbara Loe Fisher
Medicine for a Healthier Child By
Of course, don't forget
to talk with your preventative health care practitioners.
Educate before you
vaccinate. Know how to recognize a vaccine reaction.
With over 200 new vaccines in the research pipeline targeted for you and your child, be
educated on the risks and benefits of each vaccine, and above all, make sure your decision is an
Sincerely In Health,
P.O. Box 91566