(Natural News) In 2015, 91.5 percent of all children in the United States between the ages of 19 and 35 months received the MMR vaccine, while 84.2 percent were immunized for diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis. Meanwhile, many natural health experts continue to sound the alarm on the dangers of vaccines and their toxic additives – and maintain that they are neither effective nor safe.
Chemical violence and vaccine fraud being played on the American people. On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman and Suzanne Humphries, MD – board-certified internist and vaccine safety expert – will talk about the shocking consequences of vaccinations. Drawing on her extensive medical background (and experience), Dr. Humphries will clarify many vaccine misconceptions, expose the unspoken flaw of ‘herd immunity,’ and show us how to truly protect our health. (don’t miss this special show)
Warning: Insufficient safety testing and neurotoxic adjuvants contribute to vaccine dangers
According to Dr. Humphries, medical schools don’t educate doctors about the contents, dangers, effectiveness or necessity of vaccines – while the general public continues to be misinformed, frightened and “tricked” into getting vaccinated. With this level of misinformation on both sides, says Dr. Humphries, “informed consent” becomes impossible.
Meanwhile, comprehensive scientific studies on the safety of vaccines are sorely lacking. In fact, no placebo-controlled safety study of the MMR vaccine exploring possible neurological and autoimmune outcomes has ever been done in humans. Making matters worse, some studies have used “false placebos” – in which another vaccine is utilized as the control placebo (not the sterile solution that would constitute a true placebo). And, shockingly, most vaccines have never even undergone a cancer risk assessment of any kind.
Quite frankly, the lack of safety studies – and the use of untested vaccines – is deeply troubling and one that Dr. Humphries says violates the Nuremberg Code of “informed and unambiguous” consent. (Click to Article)