We often receive questions about how to calculate the total amount of vaccine ingredients ever received. Let’s do this now for a fully vaccinated 12 month old baby. The 2019 CDC recommended schedule shows us how many doses of each vaccine the doctor will (want to) give:Continue reading “Calculate total amount of ALL vaccine ingredients ever received”
Doctors often prefer combination vaccines, which deliver multiple vaccinations in a single shot. For parents, this means fewer office visits.
But is this the best option for your child?Continue reading “Combo vaccines: convenience or safety?”
VaxCalc provides what is so often missing for us when trying to make informed vaccination decisions: evidence-based, data-driven, visual representation of the potential risks.Continue reading “The VaxCalc Ingredient Report”
Is your doctor giving you cartoon-based advice about vaccination during pregnancy?
Here’s what I mean…Continue reading “Your doctor’s advice: cartoons or fine print?”
USA TODAY, September 2, 1988. Measly figure: Measles decreased 42% in the USA last year to 3,655 cases, reports the national Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta. That’s the first drop in four years since the record low of 1,497 cases in ’83. Nearly three-fourths of the cases were patients, mostly children, who’d been vaccinated but got measles anyway.Continue reading “USA Today: Measles in 1988, no fear, 75% of cases in vaccinated kids”
Who we are and what we do
The Center for Informed Consent Technology (c4ict) helps people with some of the most difficult and important medical decisions a parent will ever make.
We create technology and services such as:Continue reading “Center for Informed Consent Technology”
VaxCalc performs thousands of calculations so that you know EXACTLY what you’re getting from the vaccines that your doctor recommends. The video below shows what VaxCalc does inside the software, scanning every vaccine for every ingredient.
Those thousands of calculations, done in seconds, form the basis of your customized Ingredient Report.
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