6 Doctors Talk About Vaccines and Show Not All MDs are Pro-Vaccine
Videos – The mainstream media, pharmaceutical industry, and U.S. Government would like the public to believe that the extreme pro-vaccine position, that all vaccines are safe and effective and should be given to all people at all times by force if necessary, is the only position held by doctors in the U.S. They want the American public to believe that if any doctor does not hold this position, they are a “quack.”
What all these doctors featured here have in common is that they do not subscribe to the religious-like extreme pro-vaccine position that believes all vaccines are good all the time, for all people, by force if necessary. The doctors featured here are also all licensed physicians, or retired former licensed medical professionals.
Dr. Mark Geier
Dr. Mark Geier is not anti-vaccine. He is an MD and has a PhD in genetics. He spent 10 years working at the National Institute of Health, and was a professor at John Hopkins University as a geneticist. He is also the author of over 150 peer-reviewed publications. –
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is one of the most articulate spokespersons on vaccine safety in America today. She is an accomplished author and speaker, and is the director and founder of OsteoMed II, a clinic established in 1996 in Ohio. Dr. Tenpenny talks about the lack of safety studies conducted on vaccines, pointing out that studies are only conducted on healthy individuals which are not representative of a large part of society that vaccines are given to. People who are chronically sick and are taking many different kinds of medications are never studied.
Dr. Meryl Nass
Dr. Meryl Nass is an M.D. in internal medicine. She exposes the revolving door that exists between pharmaceutical companies that manufacture vaccines and the U.S. government.
Dr. Stacia Kenet Lansman
Dr. Stacia Kenet Lansman, the founder of Pediatric Alternatives in Marin County, California. She graduated from Tufts University Medical School in Boston, MA, in 1989 and completed her pediatric residency at Oakland Children Hospital, Oakland, CA, in 1992.
Dr. Lansman and the five other physicians in her clinic believe that families should delay certain childhood immunizations—in some cases for years past the age recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—and forego others entirely.
Dr. Paul Thomas
Dr. Paul Thomas, M.D. was born in Portland Oregon, and grew up in Southern Africa. He has a masters degree in biology, an M.D. from Dartmouth Medical School, and completed his pediatric residency at the University of California, San Diego.
Dr. Donna Campbell
Donna Campbell, M.D. is certified in both emergency room medicine and ophthalmology. She completed her Masters of Nursing from Texas Woman’s University as a Cardiovascular Clinical Nurse Specialist. She received her M.D. from Texas Tech University, where she was a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, the honor society for medical schools. She is also a State Senator in Texas.
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