Originally posted by dollukka
reply to post by PushEject
That was strong writing, even pediatrics refuse to see unvaccinated kids and they have right to do so. Reason is simply the risk which these kids
brings to other patients, to patients that have autoimmune diseases or have lower immune against diseases and babies .. so you are telling doctors
Many times people say swine flu was nothing, but the truth is hospitals ERs were filled with swine flu patients. Our diabetes control was cancelled
cos our doctor ( who usually only treats diabetic kids ) also had to go ER to help out when pandemia was on.
Doctors often ARE under-educated. They go by the "training" offered to them by, you might guess it, the vaccine companies and CDC, etc. There is
no impartial research, no research by the doctor on their own time with their own mind involved, typically.
I'm a believer that the current way as doctor is created in the system, is a form of brainwashing. Here is my reasoning. You blaze through college
and pre-med, cramming as much "knowledge" as possible, testing and cramming. Ask any pre-med student, it is all a blur to them. Then, you jam an
intern into a hospital or other intense setting, and with virtually no sleep and no down-time, force them to run around taking orders and performing
menial tasks. Anybody knows, with zero sleep and downtime, the mind becomes highly vulnerable to washing tactics. During this time, "education" in
the form of info from the corporations that make the health industry rich, info from the gov and its departments, etc, all streams in. There is
another problem, too. It is how the peer system works, and how new information or fringe information is tossed out by most, and only caught on to by
a few. Therefore new solutions or drug-free ways to go may never actually make it to the mass of doctors out there.
You can research effective brainwashing techniques, and research how we train doctors, and see there are parallels that simply do not need to be
there. You wouldn't expect this from, say, an architect or engineer, or an HVAC repairman, or a plumber, etc., but for some reason the medical field
has this hugely opposite way of educating their members, and I think there is a reason.
As an FYI, during a routine checkup, my kid was prescribed 3 drugs, a breathing machine, and antibiotics. He had the sniffles, and they cleared up in