Fighting Vaccine Censorship: Why We Need to Ask Questions About VaccinesPharma companies and the media are not kind to those who publicly question the use of vaccines and the practices of their manufactures. Often people are either pounced on by the media, made to look paranoid or crazy, or unceremoniously and unsympathetically dismissed. However, this should not dissuade questioners from making their inquiries public. There are many good reasons why questions should be asked about vaccines. Fact: By law, drug companies cannot be sued when a child is harmed—or dies—from an adverse reaction to a vaccine. Fact: Vaccines are only safety tested individually, but they are administered in a variety of combinations and up to eight at a time. Fact: Because people react very differently to medications, for every medical condition, there are numerous drug treatment options – but not vaccines. Fact: All expectant mothers are screened for Hepatitis B, but newborns are required to be vaccinated for it, regardless.