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Not all doctors are the same. If you unpack that statement you’ll see there are well-meaning and well-educated doctors- men and women who are willing to read everything and listen to their patients. There are also doctors who have a God complex, physicians who don’t need to learn anything and haven’t since the 1950’s. And there are still others who just weren’t present or didn’t learn, for some reason or another, about aborted fetus cells or mercury in vaccines. They don’t know about the link between some vaccines and autism (as we saw in the movie Vaxxed). In fact, some doctors even admit to receiving little training in medical school concerning vaccines, remembering instead that they were continuously told how safe and effective they were, with no mention of their potential dangers.

Having said all that, doctors (I hope) care about their patients and want what’s best for them. But, that does not negate the fact that we still need to educate ourselves and look out for what’s best for ourselves and our family. We must remember that the doctors WE CHOOSE are providing us a service. So, we must choose wisely. Therefore, if your doctor doesn’t know what they are injecting into your child they shouldn’t be injecting it. Plain and simple.

Before your pediatrician vaccinates your child, he or she should know these 10 things about vaccines:

1. The Specific Ingredients in Each Vaccine

They cannot tell you to be careful when introducing new foods one at a time and have ZERO problems bombarding your baby’s new immune system with a host of unknown ingredients.

They should be able to tell you:

  • the Hepatitis B shot, the one for STD’s- given to your newborn- has over 250 mcg of aluminum.
  • they should inform you prior to that shot that a healthy adult dosage of injected aluminum should never exceed 50 mcg on a given day and then inform you about the possible side effects of aluminum.
  • they should warn you about the shots that contain mercury (thimerosal) and the associated risks with it.
  • If they tell you that vaccines no longer contain mercury, they either don’t know the truth or they are lying. Please find a new doctor.
  • they should tell you about the vaccines that contain polysorbate 80, known to cause anaphylactic shock at any given time, and should be ready and be able to tell you what to do if your child went into shock.
  • they should tell you about the formaldehyde, monkey kidney cells, possible allergens, (like chick embryo cell cultures) and everything else present in vaccines.

2. Some Vaccines Contain Aborted Fetal Cells

The article tells us, “For some reason, this gets by even the best of doctors. I’ve heard them say things like that hasn’t happened since the 80’s, but nope, that’s not true. Aborted fetal cells are alive and well in some of our vaccines in the year 2017. They’re coded to throw you off a bit, but you can look them up for yourself and even buy some of them if you choose. It’s horrific. The WI-38 cell line, for example, came from a female baby, and MRC-5 came from a male. There are more. Many more.”

Those aborted fetal cells are not without risk, including autoimmunity, gender confusion (since cells from different sexes are injected), and childhood cancers like lymphoma and leukemia. In fact, over time, aborted fetal cells become more tumorigenic and this makes them more susceptible to mutations.

3. The Specific Side Effects for Each Vaccine

This absolutely goes without saying. When you get a prescription the pharmacist is supposed to educate you on potential side effects so that you are prepared should you suffer a reaction. Your pediatrician should be able to do the same.

Simply handing parents the CDC handout on vaccine side effects isn’t enough and it is both misleading and biased, often leaving out specific side effects. In fact, the handout makes vaccine reactions sound extremely rare even though that simply isn’t the case.

“Your doctor should sit with you or give you time to look at the actual vaccine insert that lists the specific risks and side effects associated with each vaccine. He should be able to answer your questions should you be concerned about a specific side effect and be able to tell you what to do in the event that one occurs. He should also be able to help you determine the risk to benefit ratio of the vaccine for your specific child in order to make a better decision about administering it,” reports the article. We totally agree.

4. Vaccines Can and May Cause Autism

If your doctor believes the matter is shut and isn’t willing to look at the evidence covered up by the CDC or look at the countless parent testimonies online (you can see many at VAERS) then they aren’t worth your time and money. Now, if your doctor is indeed aware of the side effects they will know that autism was actually listed as a side effect on the Tripedia Vaccine Insert (pg. 11), and encephalopathy (which often leads to autism) is also on many of the vaccine inserts.

If your child is vaccinated and begins to regress, you’ll want a doctor who undertands and can provide you assistance or recommendations for autism recovery. However, if they tell you there’s no cure and that nothing will help, you need another doctor. Look for a DAN (Defeat Autism Now!) or MAPS doctor or holistic practitioner, immediatly.

5. When and How to Report a Vaccine Injury on VAERS

If your doctor is unaware of the system, they will most likely considers all reactions “coincidental” and “normal.” Find another pediatrician.

6. To NEVER Recommend Tylenol after a Vaccine Reaction

From the article, “A recent study showed that a marked increase in autism, asthma, and attention deficit disorder can be attributed to Tylenol. What many don’t know is that Tylenol or acetamenophen also inhibits the body’s production of glutathione, which is necessary for detoxification.

If a child is having an adverse reaction to a vaccine, detoxification is necessary to purge the foreign antigens from the system. Suppressing the reaction with NSAIDS can have devastating consequences to a child and can also lead to erythema multiforme among other things. A doctor should never recommend Tylenol to a child having an adverse vaccine reaction without adequate medical supervision-if even then.”

7. NOT to Vaccinate a Child with a History of Eczema

Since 1958 the American Academy of Pediatrics has endeavored to protect children with eczema from possible complications from vaccines. No child with eczema should be vaccinated and newly-vaccinated siblings should limit contact with the child who has eczema for 21 days. Your doctor should know that. If they don’t, they should respect that when you let them know.

8. That Live-Virus Vaccines Shed

While many doctors blindly believe vaccines to safe and therefore don’t take the time to read the indications on the vaccine inserts, the truth is that live-virus vaccines can shed for up to 4-6 weeks after vaccination.

That means that the vaccinated can transmit the vaccine virus strains to non-vaccinated individuals. Vaccine inserts list time frames of shedding and transmission, with specific precautions you should take when your newly-vaccinated child comes into contact with an immune-compromised person, someone on immunosuppressive therapies, pregnant woman, or newborns. If your doctor doesn’t know this info they could be putting others in danger.

9. When It is Not Safe to Vaccinate

More from the article, “For example, the MMR Vaccine Insert recommends that the MMRII “not be given one month before or after other live viral vaccines.” It also makes a note to avoid concurrent vaccination of the MMR vaccine with DTP or the oral poliovirus vaccine because adequate data has not been collected to ensure safety. Women of childbearing age are not to receive the vaccine within three months of becoming pregnant, and children with an individual or family history of convulsions should only proceed with “due caution.”

There are plenty more warnings on the insert itself, and a reputable doctor should be aware of these warnings in order to prevent putting a child or adult in danger. Unfortunately, with a “one-size-fits-all” approach, these warnings can often be overlooked and may have serious consequences for the patient.”

10. About the Connection Between Childhood Vaccination and Paralysis- “Provocation Poliomyelitis”

The understanding of polio-provocation in the 1950’s led the US Health Organization and American Academy of Pediatrics “to avoid “indiscriminate” injections and “booster shots” during epidemics“. Laws regarding childhood vaccinations were relaxed in order to prevent more children from being injured with paralysis.

In 1998, it was finally understood that piercing the skin for a polio vaccine could drive a polio virus or other enterovirus into deep tissue and central nervous system, thereby leading to paralysis or death.

In 2014 and again in 2015, many children developed a “mysterious polio-like illness” which is now referred to as Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM). One former pediatrician noted in the BMJ that if a polio-like virus is circulating, one or more vaccines must be considered as the root. Now, if your doctor is unaware of this and an outbreak of an enterovirus, like EV-D68, Coxsackie, Polio, etc, is happening, they will be unable to help you protect your child from polio provocation. Click here for more information.

The vaccine schedule in the United States is the most aggressive in the world and yet, we still have ONE OF THE HIGHEST INFANT MORTALITY RATES. If your doctor cannot have an open, honest and balanced discussion with you about what’s best for your specific child and family, because one-size doesn’t fit everyone, then you need to move on.

A doctor who isn’t interested in researching both sides of this important issue is someone who is willfully choosing to be ignorant and their decision could cost you dearly; a physician who only spits out what they’ve been told by pharmaceutical companies isn’t someone who can think for themselves.

Find a knowledgeable doctor who is willing to share the truth with you, one who is aware of vaccine reactions and can better help you should one occur, and one who is willing to answer your questions and stay up-to-date on the research on both sides of the debate.

Source: An Upstream Life

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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