NJCVC supports legislation (bill A1368) to give parents/individuals the right to a conscientious exemption to mandatory vaccinations.
NJCVC supports legislation (bill A920) which exempts children under age six from hepatitis B vaccine requirement if their mother tested negative for hepatitis B during her pregnancy.
NJCVC strongly opposes mass vaccination mandates, under any circumstances.
NJCVC supports the parents/individuals’ right to freedom of choice in their healthcare decisions and the basic human right to decide which substances, if any, are injected into their bodies and that of their families.
If you care about your personal right to choose or refuse NJ state mandated medical procedures, join the effort with the New Jersey Coalition for Vaccination Choice to help pass legislation that will allow a Conscientious Belief Exemption to Mandatory Vaccination in New Jersey.
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“There are risks associated with ALL medical practices, including vaccines, so it is important for parents, and their doctors, to evaluate an individual child’s medical history and health, including genetic predispositions and allergies, to determine what is appropriate. Informed consent is a key ethical principle in medical practice.”
~ Dr. Lawrence Rosen, a board certified pediatrician and Chief of Pediatric Integrative Medicine at Hackensack University Medical Center