Vaccine ‘Training’ for Doctors is Nothing More than Obedience Indoctrination … Doctors are Never Even Told That Thimerosal is Mercury
Dr. Suzanne Humphries, MD., speaking at a podium in the video, says that many people don’t know that doctors are not taught about vaccines in medical school.
“Doctors are not taught about vaccines in medical school. We are not taught what’s in vaccines in so far as the adjuvants. We are not taught how vaccines are manufactured, as far as what kind of animals go into them. We are not taught the potential dangers of vaccination, and we are basically given a piece of paper that says when the vaccines are due, and when to give them.”
Cows, monkeys, chickens, dogs …
A geneticist, Dr. Mark Geier, MD, Ph.D., then noted:
“I’ve been in vaccines for 35 years. I didn’t know that rhogam [given to mothers whose blood types are Rh-negative] had Thimerosal in it, so, I think a lot of the doctors were unaware; they were unaware that even the word ‘Thimerosal’ meant mercury.”
Dr. Geier, along with his son, David, produced a study that was published in the Spring 2003 issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, tying Thimerosal found in some childhood vaccines, to neurodevelopment disorders like autism and heart disease in the United States. The study essentially confirmed that with increasing doses of mercury, there were greater risks that children would develop autism and other disorders.
Next, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, D.O., a long-time vaccine truth advocate, noted in the video that in her “first life,” she was an emergency medicine physician and emergency department director at a hospital in Ohio for about 12 years, who thought that vaccines only contained “a little sterile water and a little dead virus or a little dead bacteria.” One day she decided to look into vaccine ingredients a little further, just by reading the inserts, and she learned that many vaccines were made using various animal serums – cows, monkeys, chickens, dogs and even human embryos.
Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych, Ph.D., an immunologist, states in the next portion of the video that researchers like her don’t read any studies other than those that pertain directly to their own research, because they either don’t have the time, or don’t want to get bogged down with information that doesn’t pertain to their work.
“We don’t really deal with [the] real world,” she says. “We do research in labs, a sort of Ivory Tower profession, and we don’t really even read these [other] publications, because this is too far away from our field. We only read what is specific to our research, and usually it’s immunization and how antibodies are generated, and details of the immune responses.”
‘What else is in there?’
Dr. Lawrence Palevsky, MD, says that when he graduated medical school in 1983, he knew nothing about what was actually in vaccines. But about 15 years later, he says, he found out that there was mercury in some vaccines, and wondered why he was not taught as much in class.
“So my question was, ‘Well, what else is in there?'” he said. “So I just started to explore more of the package inserts, more of the manufacturing processes, more of the adverse effects, and started reading the literature [on vaccines] that doesn’t get near medical schools and residency programs. And I started to realize that there was more information to learn than what I was originally taught.”
Mind you, these people are well-educated, professional people in their respective medical and medical research fields; they are not kooks, crazies or lunatics. They are just ordinary people with extraordinary qualities – curiosity and an open mind – who are not prepared to simply swallow the standard medical lines about vaccines.
Watch the full eight-minute video here.