By Dr. John Reizer
Editor at NoFakeNews.net
Once again we are witnessing an attack on the medical profession’s practice of Vaccinism. Attacks against the controversial theory are nothing new. People from all walks of life have questioned the safety of vaccinating children and adult human beings for as long as the medical profession has been administering such drugs. The recent criticism, however, has come from a person within the medical profession. Statements by medical doctors against vaccinations add a high degree of credibility to the longstanding argument that vaccines are more detrimental to the human body than they are helpful. That is why this most recent attack, by a medical doctor, is so important.
Vaccinism (a new word introduced by yours truly to denote the cult like following of this medical practice) is a protected science within the field of medicine. In other words, if any person writes negative content online about the vaccine theory, he or she is immediately attacked by a host of paid shills that are employed by pharmaceutical companies to police the Internet comment boards. In addition, any medical professional that speaks or writes negatively about vaccination theory will be ostracized from the medical profession.
For the longest time, medicine has vehemently defended any accusations that vaccines might be the cause of widespread diseases that have made their way through society. The most recent controversy connected to this subject is the ongoing public debate by mainstream medicine and health care consumers about whether or not there is a connection between vaccinations and Autism.
In 1998, Dr. Andrew Wakefield published a study in the prestigious Lancet Magazine that linked Autism to the MMR Vaccine. In 2010 the published study was retracted due to a claim, by the pharmaceutical industry, that Wakefield’s research was flawed. To this day, Wakefield stands by his research and conclusion that Autism and MMR are connected. And a lot of parents that have had children harmed by these shots believe Wakefield is correct as well.
Recently, a famous neurosurgeon, Russell Blaylock, M.D. has come out with a video that describes how vaccines harm a child’s brain development. The presentation is lengthy, but certainly worthy of our time considering the importance of the subject matter.
As always, readers are asked to perform their own independent research about health care issues and then make health decisions based on what they discover. Remember that an educated health care consumer is usually a healthier health care consumer.
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