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What Doctors are Taught in Medical School

I personally think that the biggest belief that people hold about vaccines, is that vaccines absolutely have to be completely safe and necessary, because if they weren’t safe or needed then ALL DOCTORS would be warning us, loudly. To confront that belief, it’s important for you listen to what doctors have to say about their vaccine education. Below I provide a few links, which provide the account of many different doctors - all of them sharing what they learned or didn't learn about vaccines in medical school.

 

Paul Offit - is a pro-vaccine expert (he made a vaccine on the childhood schedule), and he explains that upon his request at his university, medical students now receive two lectures on vaccination, whereas, before he asked to offer those lectures, medical students were not taught anything about vaccination. He said many medical schools don’t teach anything on vaccination - Hear him say that Here

 

Collection of Different Doctors Speaking HERE and HERE

 

A longer description from Suzanne Humphries about what her research and experience has taught her, and how her research compares to what she learned in medical school. HERE Watch from the 8:05– 12:30 mark

 

 

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And below is an image of Dr. Suzanne's book that she mentioned in her lecture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In essence, society’s attention has become focused on vaccination, focused solely on this health treatment. But TREATMENT is not what creates health, treatment is what changes or manages a persons’ symptoms of poor health. Instead of focusing solely on the treatment, there needs to be a shift. We need to evaluate the treatment in the context of the whole - what is working about the treatment? What needs improving? What is failing completely? How does the treatment affect evolution of the species? And how can health be supported moving forward so that the treatment is no longer needed?
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