On November 22, 2020, a peer-reviewed study was published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Titled "Relative Incidence of Office Visits and Cumulative Rates of Billed Diagnoses Along the Axis of Vaccination," the study looked at the health outcomes of children born into Dr. Paul Thomas's pediatric practice in Portland, Oregon in which Fully Informed Consent and Personalized Medicine are the foundations of care. The study data reveal that the less children are exposed to vaccines, the healthier they are.
Pediatric vaccines are designed to do one thing—prevent a child from experiencing symptoms if exposed to a targeted virus or bacteria. That's it. Vaccines do not provide any essential nutrients; they do not provide any of the buildings blocks of health. Vaccines are designed for symptom-avoidance from transient infections, period.
Is symptom-avoidance through vaccine exposure leading to healthier children? Does exposure to the ingredients in vaccine products on the CDC's pediatric schedule lead to healthier children?