Informed Consent

| May 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

In ethical medicine, there is what is called “informed consent”. The used car salesman or realtor is obligated to tell you any faults that may negatively affect your buying decisions. We have a country of functional illiteracy because not reading gives you the same intelligence level of someone who can’t read.

As a parent, to give informed consent as to whether you want your child vaccinated, you have to read for yourself. As a physician from 1985-2009, I never read a package insert for a vaccine. Just reading one put me ahead of most pediatricians.


The FDA recently outlawed the use of antibiotics in livestock feed. The reason is that the overuse of antibiotics has led to the creation of antibiotic resistant bacteria that kill thousands every year. Ironically, continued exposure of small doses of antibiotics via vaccines “vaccinates” bacteria, making them impervious to antibiotics. The protective mechanism developed by the exposed bacteria is encoded on a DNA “disk drive” called a “plasmid”. The plasmid is then passed on to other bacteria that have not been exposed to the antibiotic. This is how antibiotic resistance becomes widespread. Neomycin is an antibiotic commonly used in vaccines.

“sucrose, hydrolyzed gelatin, urea (refrigerated vaccine only), sodium chloride, monosodium L-glutamate, sodium phosphate dibasic, potassium phosphate monobasic, potassium chloride, components of MRC-5 cells (DNA, protein), neomycin, bovine calf serum, sodium phosphate monobasic, EDTA, fetal bovine serum”


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Category: Children's Health, General Health, Research

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