When it comes to vaccines Big Pharma & the CDC cannot be trusted
Last Thursday, May 9, 2017, the Duluth News-Tribune re-published, on their Opinion Page/Other View, an editorial previously published in The Free Press of Mankato, MN. The title of the DNT was "Not Learning from our Errors" and the Free Press title was "Debunked vaccine fear taking toll on Minnesota".
Also last week a Duluth Reader reader from Tower, MN wrote a letter to the editor criticizing a recent Duty to Warn article of mine that could (and should) undermine the confidence that people have in the vaccine industry and the clinics and physicians who follow the so-called "scientific consensus" on the CDC's, FDA's and AAP's vaccine mandates (and presumably for the rapid institution of the 271 new vaccines that are in Big Pharma's pipeline into the CDC's already over-vaccination agenda).
Both articles mentioned the oft-referenced case of Andrew Wakefield and his dozen co-authors who reported on their evaluations of a series of 12 severely disabled autistic children who were all also chronically ill with severe abdominal pain and chronic diarrhea, whose parents had brought them to the team for evaluation. The parents knew that their child had been developmentally normal prior to the MMR vaccinations and, following the inoculations, had deteriorated both neuro-developmentally and gastro-intestinally.
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