I was wrong. I hurt my patients by forcing vaccines on my patients. I am so sorry. I am an M.D. My wife was an R.N. We were pro-vaccines. My 2 brothers were M.D's. They were pro-vaccines. My mother and sister were R.N.'s. They were pro-vaccines. We all ordered 100's of thousands of vaccines in our patients. We were only told that vaccines were safe and at which visit to inject the babies. We saw the side-effects and said,wait, no more for us or our patients. We were told to keep vaccinating and stop questioning or blaming the vaccines. Then we were bullied into having our 2 year-old son vaccinated. He was injured by his vaccines that day. I was an eye-witness to that as his parent. But wait, My baby brother died from paralysis (Guillain-Barre) after his flu shot. The government agreed that the flu vaccine caused his death and paid the family off after they admitted his death was from the vaccine, and folks, my mother was an R.N. who was the Head Nurse and ran the largest ER in our medical center. To resume as the head nurse, they had her take 8-9 vaccines to 'catch-up' with the 'updated' CDC schedule to keep her job. She got severe 'brain fog' withing days, then lost her ability to dial her phone or push the elevator buttons, or start her car. She went into diapers and then hospitalized and died a terrible, tragic death drooling and unable to walk, talk, eat or recognized any of her family. None of the specialists and consults could tell her or us what 'just happened' but the told us it was 'NOT' from those vaccines. It was called the 'worst case of aggressive dementia of unknown cause the doctors had ever seen'. Folks what killed our mother just weeks after her vaccines was all from her fatal doses of neurotoxic aluminum and mercury from those vaccines. She left behind her husband, 5 children, 4 grandchildren, and now 7 great grandchildren. We now know that we were not told the truth. I started a FB site called 'Vaccine Support Group' in their name. Facebook
My name is Dr. Meryl Nass. I am here today to oppose LD798 and support LD987.
The truth, not widely known, is that immunocompromised children are not catching diseases from their unvaccinated classmates, and they are not dying. Look at the numbers.
The diseases that persist and have been in the news remain a challenge, simply because the vaccines have a high failure rate–not because of the unvaccinated.
Pertussis is a problem, because the vaccine works poorly.
Physicians for Informed Consent has prepared informational flyers that you can print and hand out. Free downloads here: PIC Flyers on Measles Available in English, Spanish and Arabic.
The risk of seizure after the MMR vaccine is:
The risk of seizure due to measles is 1 in 3,000.
The risk of dying due to measles is 1 in 10,000. (similar to the chance of being struck by lightning once in a lifetime)
The risk of a child dying in the USA in his or her first year of life, due to all causes, is 1 in 170.
Although a personal or family history of seizures is considered a precaution to MMR vaccination, it is not considered a contraindication by the CDC. Therefore, doctors who only know about CDC contraindications, may not know about the significant risk of seizure after MMR vaccination, especially in families with a history of seizures. Also, depending on where a doctor works, he or she may be prohibited from recommending medical exemptions for any reasons besides CDC contraindications.
Make sure your doctor knows about the latest research about the risk of seizure from the MMR vaccine. Your son or daughter may be eligible for a medical exemption.
"It gets more difficult each year to address these critical issues with medical students. There is a strong presumption that the drugs that they're struggling to learn how to use are effective because the medical literature and the professors who are their role models say so. Students work hard to learn the indications, doses, and side effects, because that's what they'll be graded on. So, even though they want to learn how to provide the best patient care, when you say, "Let's step back and critically examine the evidence that these drugs really are helpful compared with other interventions," it creates dissonance for them. When I was a medical student in the mid-1970s, none of the professors had financial relationships with drug companies. That would have been unheard of. When I was a Robert Wood Johnson Fellow from 1980 to1982, we spent hours dissecting studies: examining the statistics, the confounding factors, the limits of conclusions that could be drawn based on the design, population, intervention, and outcome measure of each study. I do not recall a single article that we said had a problem because of a commercial bias. Not a one. Now, commercial bias is accepted as a routine and expected part of clinical research. Everyone knows it's going on, but acts as if it won't really distort our medical care. These financial relationships are so deeply woven into American medicine that it's hard to be recognized as a national expert without them."
July 9, 2019: Physicians for Informed Consent (PIC) sent a letter to the Medical Board of California on behalf of hundreds of its doctor and scientist members out of concern that some legislators, without robust scientific justification, are singling out medical doctors who recommend medical exemptions to vaccination and labeling them as “fraudulent.”
In the United Kingdom, the chickenpox vaccine is not routinely recommended because chickenpox is considered a mild illness in healthy children and vaccination is thought to increase the risk of herpes zoster in adults—that doesn’t mean British doctors are “fraudulent.” In Denmark, the hepatitis B vaccine is not routinely recommended—that doesn’t mean that Danish doctors are “fraudulent.”
The letter explains how the data currently available shows that increasing vaccination rates or limiting medical exemptions will not eliminate measles outbreaks. “…about half of all California schoolchildren, who are fully vaccinated with the MMR vaccine, can still be infected with and spread measles, irrespective of the medical exemption rate,” wrote Dr. Shira Miller, founder and president of PIC.
The data currently available shows that increasing vaccination rates or limiting medical exemptions will not eliminate measles outbreaks. For example, in 2007, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducted a study on waning immunity after two doses of measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine. The results, published in Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, showed that:
This means that about half of all California schoolchildren, who are fully vaccinated with the MMR vaccine, can still be infected with and spread measles, irrespective of the medical exemption rate. Full Article
As a retired Physician, I've taken the time to research this topic. Five years ago I would have strongly encouraged vaccination, but having read dozens of research articles since then, my opinion has done a 180 turn. The science is far and above against vaccines, and study after study shows their detriment. Over 240 studies link vaccines to autism and many more and showing them the cause of the epidemic of chronic diseases we're now seeing in kids. Do the research if you're skeptical as I was. -Braxton DeGarmo, MD
"When it comes to public health, we must take a precautionary approach where safety has to take the forefront priority.
"Vaccines are a product developed by industry, with all the motivations, corruption, and government collusion that have produced the opioid epidemic that Oklahoma is in the middle of now. It should alarm anyone who recognizes that we have a class of pharmaceutical products that has become effectively immune to criticism, especially since they are the only pharmaceutical product that has been given immunity from litigation by the US government." -Dr. Chad Chamberlain (at the Oklahoma State Capitol, Sept 14, 2019)
The problem responsible scientists are faced with right now is that the evidence is accumulating that the CDC’s childhood vaccine schedule is not scientifically-based.
The medical doctors, academic researchers, citizen scientists, and concerned parents who are taking the time to read the science and educate themselves about what we know and what we don’t about vaccines are all coming to the same conclusion:
During Dr Mayer Eisenstein's 40 year career, his health centers had seen approximately 50,000 children, mostly unvaccinated, and a few minimally vaccinated. "In these children I have seen virtually no autism, asthma, allergies, respiratory illness, or diabetes; a telltale revelation when compared to national rates." -Dr E.
"The fact is, the immune system that we know today and the science that we have today has nothing to do with the science of 100 years ago. The "vaccine science" that these people are playing with is 100 year old and it's based on what's called reductionism. They reduce everything to a single variable; antibodies. If the antibodies are up, everything is good. Well, it's total bullshit. It's fake science. The reality is the immune system contains the microbiome, the innate system, the interferon system, the adaptive system, and the neural system. These five systems work in a very complex way. And to tell people that [their] system is the same as [the person’s beside them] is total nonsense. The future of medicine is --and in fact, thousands of years ago was-- precision and personalized medicine: The right medicine, for the right person, at the right time. Part of this entire thesis is that you should use your brain to make a decision for what you want in your life. Right? It's called: You make choices. If the state is supposed to make choices for what gets injected into you, where does this begin and end?" --Dr V A Shiva Ayyadurai, PhD
Nov 1, 2001 - Today is a sad day for me.
I became a doctor with the firm intention of wanting to help people, wanting them to "heal". My initial disappointment when I experienced that this was not happening, turned into great excitement when I learned that there were other things one could do, outside the medical textbooks. I even ignored the opposition I encountered. Soon my new found enthusiasm started to wane too, because although everything seemed to have its uses, nothing was definitive.
Looking for the answers to health and illness, using my knowledge and the science available, slowly became a crusade. Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Astrology, as well as Ancient Medical systems, it was all explored in search of more complete answers.
More and more compelling evidence appeared, and eventually the camel's back broke. Being confronted with the fact - no more excuses available - that my way of helping people, that my medicine - the truth beyond a shadow of a doubt - was not only preventing people from recovering from illness, but was actually introducing illness, more illness and suffering than ever before in the whole history of humanity. That shocked me to the core. The realisation of all the damage I personally have caused in the name of "making people better" is sickening me.
Today is a sad day for me.
I worked hard because I was convinced that Western Medicine could change. Now I know it can't. The change involved is a complete U-turn; the truth lies in the direction totally opposite to the one in which Western Medicine is going. As a direct result of that realisation I have to get off this wagon here and now. I can no longer justify being a member of this sect and I hereby resign my post as a medical doctor.
Dr Patrick Quanten MD
“We really need to make patients aware that this is not going to be a walk in the park,” Fryhofer said during a virtual meeting with the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, or ACIP, an outside group of medical experts that advise the CDC. She is also a liaison to the committee. “They are going to know they had a vaccine. They are probably not going to feel wonderful. But they’ve got to come back for that second dose.”
Participants in Moderna and Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine trials told CNBC in September that they were experiencing high fever, body aches, bad headaches, daylong exhaustion and other symptoms after receiving the shots. While the symptoms were uncomfortable, and at times intense, the participants said they often went away after a day, sometimes sooner, and that it was better than getting Covid-19.
Both companies acknowledged that their vaccines could induce side effects that are similar to symptoms associated with mild Covid-19, such as muscle pain, chills and headache.
One North Carolina woman in the Moderna study who is in her 50s said she didn’t experience a fever but suffered a bad migraine that left her drained for a day and unable to focus. She said she woke up the next day feeling better after taking Excedrin but added that Moderna may need to tell people to take a day off after a second dose.