Humpty Dumpty- when is a good time to stop injections of neurotoxins?

Elizabeth Jenks • 26 October 2021
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Unit #3 — Vaccine Injury and Compensation

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the King’s horses and all the King’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty together again. 

When is a good time to stop serial injections of neurotoxins?

If I had my way all new parents would be rigorously educated about normal infant development so that they could identify when neurotoxins were impacting their newborns since their pediatricians are NOT! 

Pediatricians may assess, identify and document “delayed development” but are clueless about what may be causing it or what to do about it. 

This is an excellent series of videos that describe normal infant neurological development and progression of skills as the brain begins to interconnect allowing for miraculous neurological competence- 
Pathways baby development videos:
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaQ-VMeDX4O_z-GNoutv0KwuHQFIMHLuO

This is a link that leads to a discussion of the “old” Denver Developmental Screening test. Once a staple of pediatric office visits- probably abandoned now due to not being time or “cost effective”. Instead it seems pediatricians evaluate and document infant neurological development or lack thereof…
If it were up to me- new parents would be given copies of the DDS and instructed to monitor their children’s neurological development for themselves. 
When is a good time to stop injections of neurotoxins? When an infant fails to gain control of the head and neck? Failure to smile? Failure to track with eyes? Failure to roll over? Failure to crawl? https://ccmedical.org/forms/1428352937_171971.pdf