The Truth About Vaccines Docu-series—Episode 1

It’s a commonly held belief that people, including doctors, are either pro-vaccine, in other words they believe that all vaccines are safe and effective for all people all the time, or anti-vaccine, in other words 100 percent against all vaccines all the time. But is this accurate? Are these the only two legitimate positions about vaccines? It’s absolutely ridiculous to even talk in terms of pro- and anti-vaccine. The reason why is that it would be like talking in terms of  pro- or anti-antibiotics. So, you can know that it’s wonderful to have access to antibiotics when you need them, when they’re being used appropriately, when there’s a bacterial infection that an antibiotic can really help beat. That doesn’t mean you would prescribe an antibiotic for a viral infection. But somebody, a doctor or a parent, who didn’t want an antibiotic for a viral infection would never call that person anti-antibiotic, right? So when people are questioning vaccine safety or vaccine efficacy or vaccine necessity, that does not mean that makes them anti-vaccine. That makes them pro-science and pro-common sense and pro-public health.

4 Responses to "The Truth About Vaccines Docu-series—Episode 1"

  1. Norman Frodsham   May 23, 2017 at 4:40 am

    Yes, you can be against antibiotics, because they are no longer effective and they destroy the gut bacteria, which is part of your immune system.
    I do not subscribe to your analogy that being anti-vaccine is wrong – nature does it much better and without side effects.

  2. CATRYNA WHITE   May 23, 2017 at 7:04 am

    Refreshing article. There have always been those, individual citizens, medical professionals, scientists, politicians, etc, for the past 200 years, who have questioned vaccines. Those questioning vaccine efficacy is not a new phenomenon.

  3. Sally Baldwin   May 23, 2017 at 9:54 am

    We are told to carefully read ingredients in packaged food we buy in the grocery store for healthy eating, but does anyone ask what actually is in the vaccines/shots we receive in the doctor’s office? The problem is that doctor’s don’t really know because they rely too much on pharm representative’s lack of complete information given to them. A complete list is available online for all ingredients in all vaccines.

    I just recently was labeled as “non compliant with treatment” on my medical record by my doctor in refusing the Prevnar 13 pneumonia vaccination. I asked him if he knew it contains 125 mg of aluminum that goes directly into the body, and he did not! He should have known, however, because aluminum is definitely linked to Alzheimer’s Disease, among other things like autism.

    Additionally, my 80-year-old husband received the Prevnar 13 vaccine at the instance of this doctor because he was going to be hospital-bound for a heart pacemaker implant. Three weeks later he developed a difficult two-week bout with pneumonia!

    My doctor said he was the first in line to receive this important vaccination when ts was available. I am 78 and he is 63!

  4. RICHARD L. BRANDON, MD   May 23, 2017 at 1:32 pm

    Those questioning vaccine safety and efficacy are the ones doing their research and not simply believing the propaganda.


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