What to Expect From Your Doctor When You Say No to Vaccines

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Who is training your doctor to teach you to obey him?

Listen to a few doctors trying to sell a parent on circumcision and vaccinations and it becomes obvious there is a “universal script”, and every point in the script is an appeal to fear.

The Public Relations industry early on aligned itself with wealthy medical organizations that needed help to convince the American public that allopathic doctors – and only they – should be considered in matters of health. They have turned  medical “science” into a religion, with doctors as priests, nurses as nuns, hospitals as churches, surgery as a rite and pharmaceuticals as sacraments. Anyone who questions is a heretic – and woe be to he who is excommunicated.

Hippocrates is surely turning over in his grave. His advice was simple: “Let food be your medicine, and medicine be your food.”

As more parents have become aware of the risks and side effects of vaccines, many vaccination rates have been declining. Pharmaceutical companies and doctors alike are concerned about this awakening, so they have created training materials to help vaccine providers handle what one manual refers to as “vaccine-hesitant parents.”

When you take your child to their health care provider for a visit, you may have a list of questions to ask them about vaccines. You might be wondering about the risk of autism, the side effects of a vaccine, or the damaging effect dozens of vaccines will have on your child’s immune system.

And, your child’s doctor will have answers: the ones they are trained to give you. Organizations such as the World Health Organization and the National Academy of Pediatrics, two names you might trust but should not, have created brief manuals for doctors, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, and even pharmacists, teaching them how to successfully deal with parents who question or refuse vaccines. [1] [2]

Who Is Really Training Your Child’s Doctor?

Let’s find out who wrote these training materials.

A online publication of the journal Pediatrics instructs doctors and other health care providers how to respond to parents who question vaccination. One of the authors of that paper, Dr. C. Mary Healy, served on an advisory board for Novartis vaccines. She also received a research grant from Sanofi Pastuer. Your child’s doctor will tell you what Dr. Healy said to say, but your child’s doctor won’t tell you that Dr. Healy was under the influence of Big Pharma when she wrote the script. [3]

Another author of the training material, Dr. Larry Pickering, worked for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Emory University, both of which have strong ties to vaccine manufactures. Emory University owns a significant amount of stock in a vaccine company called GeoVax. If you want to learn more about why Emory University is a suspicious organization that should not be trusted, read this informative article. [4]

Another easy-to-read training publication, perfect for busy, overworked doctors who don’t have time to research vaccines in depth, was created by the World Health Organization (WHO). WHO receives more funding from organizations than it does from its member nations, including the Rockefeller Foundation, which has ties to many large vaccine companies and owns more than half of pharmaceutical interests in the US. [5, 6]

What’s Inside These Vaccine-Funded Training Guides?

Find out more at Natural Health News and Wellness Tips: What to Expect From Your Doctor When You Say No to Vaccines.

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