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It’s time to address ‘health care deniers’

PHYSICIANS , CLINICS AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS THAT DENY CARE TO VACCINE WARY PATIENTS NEED TO BE EDUCATED OR EXPOSED!

By AL Whitney © copyround 2015
Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and Parents Against Mandatory Vaccines is acknowledged.

cadeucus bw - noThe strategies currently being promoted by health care facilities across the country are getting pretty ugly.  Many well educated men and women who refuse vaccines, such as tetanus shots, are being denied care.

Attorneys have told hospitals, clinics and physicians that if patients refuse vaccines and then get sick from the disease the vaccine is “supposed” to prevent, the patients can sue for malpractice. So, rather than risk the liability, some physicians are refusing to provide any care whatsoever.

The reason this situation is occurring is partly because of the CDC’s Healthy People 2020 agenda (which is extremely well funded),  partly because the attorneys providing ‘legal’ advice are themselves totally indoctrinated,  and partly because the vaccination information provided to physicians is extremely well controlled by the vaccine pushers and beneficiaries.

We are going to need bold actions to slow down this very nasty and dangerous trend.  The following strategy is designed to get the attention of physicians and hopefully reduce the number of events whereas patients who are smart enough to refuse vaccines are abandoned. Continue reading

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Beware of vaccine bullies!

Michelle Malkin, Townhall.comMalkin
2/4/2004

Why on earth should we vaccinate our newborn baby against Hepatitis B — a virus that is contracted mostly through intravenous drug use and sexual contact? That is the question my husband and I had for the doctors and nurses at the hospital where our son was born two and a half months ago.

We didn’t get very good answers. It was “convenient,” “recommended” and “routine,” the medical staff assured us. We wanted more information. A nurse gave us a brochure, which explained that babies whose mothers had the Hep B virus were at high risk of developing acute Hep B infections. Well, I tested negative for Hep B. The Centers for Disease Control named unprotected sex, IV drug use and being stuck with a needle on the job as the likeliest routes of Hep B transmission. Well, my husband and I both work primarily from home, our two children stay at home, and neither we nor our 3-year-old daughter nor our baby (for heaven’s sake!) live the Kid Rock-and-Pamela Anderson Lee lifestyle.

When we told the hospital staff that we simply wanted more time to think about giving the Hep B shot to our son — doesn’t “informed consent” mean we should be truly informed? — we were badgered aggressively. Some lectured us about the need to “get on the proper vaccination schedule.” Others warned that Maryland, like more than 40 other states, requires all schoolchildren to be vaccinated for Hep B. Teachers, however, are not subject to the mandate, which is driven not just by altruistic concern for children’s health. Ohio legislator Dale Van Vyven snuck the Hep B mandate into a 1998 hazardous-waste bill at the behest of profit-maximizing vaccine manufacturers’ lobbyists.

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