A group of doctors and activists are seeking to bring about a major overhaul in the distribution of healthcare by vaccinating everyone with the same vaccine.
But the vaccine has not been approved for widespread use.
The new initiative, dubbed the Vaccine Freedom Alliance, says it will get the vaccine into the hands of everyone in the U.S. by 2020, but that it would only be available to people who have already paid for the vaccine.
It will not be mandatory, but people can choose to pay if they choose.
It will also not require that everyone have a full vaccination.
Instead, the group plans to allow people to opt-out.
The group’s website says it plans to start with “early adopters” and expand as it gathers more signatures.
The website has a $1,000 goal, which the group has pledged to reach.
“We want to create a new kind of politics,” said Dr. Michael Gorman, a co-founder of the Vaccination Freedom Alliance and a professor of medicine at the University of Michigan School of Medicine.
“A new kind in terms of social movement.
The Vaccine Freedoms Alliance is really about people coming together to make change.”
Gorman said that he hopes the group’s effort will change people’s perceptions of the vaccine and help people get the vaccines they need to prevent chronic bronchitis and pneumonia, which have become increasingly common in the United States.
“People don’t think about these things as health issues, they think about them as a social problem,” he said.
Gorman is one of many doctors and health advocates who have publicly questioned the efficacy of the HPV vaccine.
Some medical experts say that the vaccine is so effective, that it’s likely that it is causing cancer and that its use should be halted, even in those who have a history of HPV infection.
But Dr. Daniel Pimentel, director of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, said the vaccine can prevent serious diseases and injuries, including cancer, if administered properly.
He also said that people should not be pressured into paying for it.
Pimentel said that the cost of the vaccination could easily be covered by insurance companies, as well as by employers and individuals.
“There are a lot of people who are actually paying for their health care,” he told the AP.
Pimentalel said the Vaccines Freedom Alliance would seek to reduce the cost by reducing the number of people required to get vaccinated.
He said it would also be better to vaccinate everyone who was already vaccinated.
Pimentsons goal is to get the entire country vaccinated.
The vaccination would start in 2020.
He believes that this could be done without raising the cost to those who already had the vaccine, because the cost for those who were not vaccinated is already too low.
Pigs, chickens, pigs, and turkeys are used as guinea pigs in the Vaccinate Freedom Alliance campaign.
The organization also plans to collect donations to help pay for vaccination.
The campaign has raised more than $8.5 million from more than 2,600 donors.
The vaccination program would cost about $300,000 per person.
Gorman said the group could reach its goal of reaching everyone in 2020 without raising much of a financial burden.
The vaccine could also be more effective in the long run, said Gorman.
That would allow people who do not have insurance to pay for it and prevent millions of people from being left without access to care, he said, adding that vaccines could even help save lives.
The National Institutes of Health estimates that the average cost of a vaccine for a person is about $10,000.
In 2016, a group of researchers said that vaccines for people could save nearly $4 trillion in healthcare costs annually, if given properly.
Golan said that vaccinating all of America is a great goal, but added that the group wants to see if people can be persuaded to make the switch.
“It’s very difficult for people to change their minds about vaccination,” he added.
“It’s hard to get them to think about it, because they are already convinced.”