WHEN SILENCE SUGGESTS THE NEED FOR BETTER LISTENING

Health care, and the safety upon which it is based, mandates an unbiased hawkish viewing by independent sources. This provides better safeguards for the public than relying on governmental agencies with conflicting biased interests. The following 2 minute video provides a quick and simple explanation why answers to important questions regarding YOUR HEALTH need further evaluation.
Please view this FIRST before reading the rest of this article.
As consumers, we like to hear authoritative figures (DOCTORS) tell us their knowledge protects our health. It is important to understand that these DOCTORS are the same people that assured us before THOROUGH studies were INDEPENDENTLY performed that:
  1. Cigarette smoking was “good for us” and improved lung function.
  2. DDT sprayed directly on our children provided important health benefits to protect them.
In the United States, individual liberties and freedoms are values our country was founded upon. To permit the health care system to override these important values by forcing families to participate in decisions they vehemently oppose is a very dangerous precedent. This is especially true when the policies they are attempting to mandate may create long term complications they are unwilling to properly investigate. How many American lives must be sacrificed before we decide to change protocols and implement policies based on integrity and quality research standards designed to create universal support? Currently, too many unanswered questions are being ignored. By challenging today’s truths we add better and more credible evidence to improving our future health care recommendations.
Whether you choose to participate or not participate in the vaccination program it is important to seek out honest and complete information to make the best informed decision possible. Your doctor’s recommendation should certainly be included in this process, but should NOT BE THE SOLE FACTOR IN MAKING YOUR DECISION.

This is a responsibility every parent owes their child.

The following is an excerpt from Dr. Chris Shaw’s research entitled, “Aluminum vaccine adjuvants: are they safe?
Aluminum is an experimentally demonstrated neurotoxin and the most commonly used vaccine adjuvant. Despite almost 90 years of widespread use of aluminum adjuvants, medical science’s understanding about their mechanisms of action is still remarkably poor. There is also a concerning scarcity of data on toxicology and pharmacokinetics of these compounds. In spite of this, the notion that aluminum in vaccines is safe appears to be widely accepted. Experimental research, however, clearly shows that aluminum adjuvants have a potential to induce serious immunological disorders in humans. In particular, aluminum in adjuvant form carries a risk for autoimmunity, long-term brain inflammation and associated neurological complications and may thus have profound and widespread adverse health consequences. In our opinion, the possibility that vaccine benefits may have been overrated and the risk of potential adverse effects underestimated, has not been rigorously evaluated in the medical and scientific community. We hope that the present paper will provide a framework for a much needed and long overdue assessment of this highly contentious medical issue.
As long as silence remains the policy and response to Dr. Shaw’s research (as well as many other research scientists seeking truth) , we must remain skeptical and continue to challenge today’s health care recommendations. It is our ethical and moral responsibility as doctors, parents and citizens to do so.

 

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19 comments

  1. That’s pretty scary. That’s why I try to avoid unnecessary vaccines and supplements etc. The ‘facts’ about each vaccines benefits and side effects change on too regular a basis. It’s like the carcinogenic red meat and lunch meats. What you believe to be okay, safe and healthy in one moment can be the total opposite the next year. I guess that’s what happens with research and new discovery.

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    1. The topic of vaccinations is controversial. I provide information to stimulate thinking to help people realize they need to participate in learning about the true risks and rewards. I do not want to be labeled a Pro or Anti vaccination doctor because it would reduce my credibility in providing honest accurate information. All I have on my agenda is to make people aware of facts they likely are unfamiliar with. I believe by combining my info with doctors and scientists that offer alternative perspectives the consumer will be able to make better decisions for themselves and their families.

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  2. Thanks for keeping us informed & highlighting the problem!

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  3. Health, nutrition and exercise are my passions in life. I believe my purpose is to share my knowledge with the world and provide opportunities for anyone seeking to improve the quality of their lives. Doctors are not known for their humerus, witty exposee. I attempt to include this style of writing along with a “no holds barred” approach. I have been very fortunate and have lived the lifestyle I recommend to others. I believe credibility is so important. How can a doctor expect patients to follow their advice if they don’t follow it themselves? When I read about your background I knew I would enjoy your articles. Optimism and positive thinking is important to staying focused in a life filled with distractions. Encouraging each other with support and information helps all of us grow and develop as individuals. Thank you so much for being part of my blog site. Readers gain tremendous insight from other reader’s comments.
    Stay healthy and happy!

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  4. As a retired nurse, I know that we have an individual responsibility to investigate. We are only as knowledgeable as we choose to be.

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    1. It is nice to see another health care professional reinforcing the consumer’s role and responsibility in maintaining health. This includes making informed decisions for their families as well. This involvement will demand better availability of ALL research and lead to better communication between doctors and patients. Until this becomes a reality, a herd mentality (not to be confused with immunity) will remain in place.

      Thank you for contributing your comment to this article. As a professional nurse, I welcome future comments as well. As readers gain exposure to various opinions it helps their involvement in the process.

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      1. I was a mental health nurse near the end of my career. Yo might want to check out my blog, http://susansblogtheinnersoul.com.:)

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  5. Is aluminum used in basic flu vaccines?

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    1. I believe only formaldehyde and thimerosal (mercury) (in multi-dose vials) are found in the flu vaccines

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  6. “As long as silence remains the policy and response to Dr. Shaw’s research (as well as many other research scientists seeking truth) , we must remain skeptical and continue to challenge today’s health care recommendations. It is our ethical and moral responsibility as doctors, parents and citizens to do so.”

    Bravo! I loved your last paragraph, and you are doing just that. Thank you 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I have a great deal of faith in people. I just think that busy lives sometimes interfere with people’s priorities. I try to reinforce the message; without health there is NO LIFE.

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  7. I’m really ignorant on this subject. Do all vaccines include aluminum in the serum? If not, which ones do?

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  8. All do NOT contain aluminum. Live virus vaccines do not use aluminum. Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Hib (Haemophilus Influenza B), and the Pneumococcal vaccine do use aluminum.

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  9. An important post with a message all should read. With all the arguing among the politicians regarding vaccines, I have no idea what to think. Thanks for enlightening us.

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  10. Rather than provide a dissertation, I will ask a few questions that simply need answering.
    1. Why use 40 yr. old technology in childhood vaccines that continues to create controversy?
    2. If vaccines are so safe, why do ALL manufacturers have blanket liability protection created by congress in 1986 against any law suit for past or future vaccine injuries?
    3. If vaccines are so important to protect us from disease, why are we ranked so low in health in all stages of age, yet receive more vaccinations than any other nation? The following link will reference the source of this statement and question.
    Give it a quick read. I believe you will find the information interesting:
    https://allabouthealthychoices.wordpress.com/2015/07/31/the-business-side-of-the-hypodermic-needle/

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  11. I’m not crazy about vaccinations – but working at a hospital, even in IT – have to get that yearly flu shot. I’ve done well each year – if history counts, I’m doing ok I guess. Changing diet, getting healthier over-all is the only real countermeasure I have. At least while I’m in health care. Thanks for sharing this information!

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  12. I find it interesting that we boast living in the United States about our freedom of choices. Apparently they cease when we enter employment in the health care field. I certainly understand “you have to do what you have to do.” When improving an individual’s health, exercise and nutrition are certainly important, but are only 2 components. Creating balance in social, spiritual and family living are also important. Learning to channel stress is another valuable tool. Realizing that health is so much more than simply the absence of disease is crucial to growth and development.
    Thank you so much for adding your comment. Other readers will gain insight from your response.

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  13. Studies like the one in the video call for followup, not silence. Questions about dosage and about the differences between mice and people should be investigated, not ignored.

    To me, bad habits and a dysfunctional healthcare & insurance marketplace look like bigger factors than vaccines in the low ranking of US health among developed countries.

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    1. Good points. Vaccines cannot be the cause of the lower health rankings since we sit at the top being the most highly vaccinated nation. So, what conclusions does our health care system offer? They feel we need more vaccines introduced into our society for BOTH children and adults. The logic for such a conclusion can only be based on financial gain.
      The consumer must begin to question current health care policy. There is no evidence that the current policy will improve the quality of lives people live.
      Your last sentence states the big picture accurately. You quote, “To me, bad habits and a dysfunctional healthcare & insurance marketplace look like bigger factors than vaccines in the low ranking of US health among developed countries.”

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