By Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, DO, AOBNMM, ABIHM
I grow weary of people who continually demand “proof” that vaccines cause harm and do cause autism. Every year the insistence for “More research!! More research!” goes by, four million more children are born and lined up to be injected with multiple doses of 16 different toxic vaccines. Many of these precious bundles will become chronically ill; some will become death statistics.
Webster defines proof as “something that induces certainty or establishes validity.”
How much more “proof” is needed for confirmation that vaccines can cause devastating harm? Videos of children the day before, and then the day after, vaccines have documented autistic regression; the recordings are even admissible in Court as evidence. Is that enough “proof”? Heart-wrenching stories of first-hand observation about side effects after vaccines – high-pitched screaming, vomiting, seizures and even death – have been told by tens of thousands of parents. Is that proof, or all they all liars? Who would fabricate stories like that about their precious baby?
By now, physicians should be able to easily identify vaccine injury. But instead, it is much like the story of a child who dropped a large frozen turkey on his foot…
Within hours, his foot became bright blue. His parents, concerned because the child cried inconsolably and refused to walk, quickly sought medical help.
The family pediatrician examined the young lad’s foot and said, “Hmmmm…. I see he is experiencing Blue Foot Syndrome. We don’t know what causes it but we are seeing more and more children with this condition in the last few years.”
The parents retorted, “But Doctor – he started screaming and lost his ability to walk within a few hours after a frozen turkey landed on his foot.”
“Tisk, tisk,” says the doctor. “We have proven that frozen turkeys have no link to Blue Foot Syndrome. In a study of more than 4 million kids, the number who developed a blue foot after being struck by a frozen turkey was statistically insignificant. We have determined something else must be causing Blue Foot Syndrome.”
With that, thousands of dollars of medical tests were ordered and a series of medical specialists were consulted to identify any possible reason for the boy’s painful and limp blue foot. Even though no explanation and no solutions were offered, every doctor was adamant that the thump by a frozen turkey was absolutely not the cause.
Sadly, the family pediatrician confirmed what the other specialists had conveyed: there is no reason for their child’s Blue Foot Syndrome – “it just happens.” He reiterated that the condition shows up randomly and was slightly more common in those with fragile blood vessels. He quoted statistics but showed no alarm that 1 in 42 boys and 1 in 168 girls seem to have this perplexing Blue Foot Syndrome. He cited a long list of published papers to confirm his diagnostic assumptions and offered a slight bit of hope by saying, “research that is underway to identify which defective gene is to blame.”
The devastated parents, terrified they may have a defective gene that attributed to their child’s extreme pain and loss of ambulation, asked, “But doctor, there must be something we can do to help him walk and stop his in pain!”
Leaning back in his chair, the family pediatrician pontificated, “Today, many therapists and physicians specialize in Blue Foot Syndrome. Colleges offer an extensive array of courses and even postgraduate degrees to become experts in this anomaly. I’m sure you can find a number of treatments that may help eliminate his pain, but there is no cure.”
He gave a final word of caution: “And one other thing: Never use Blue Foot Syndrome on your insurance forms. You can use “painful foot” or “discolored appendage” or “abnormal ability to walk” but never use Blue Foot Syndrome or your insurance will deny payment of all your medical bills.”
As silly as this story may sound to some, it is a parent’s experience when their child suffers from a vaccine injury and a long list of sensory integration disorders, language abnormalities, and especially, autism.
More than 8,600 articles, published in peer-reviewed literature, have been gathered into the Vaccine Research Library, documenting the haram vaccines can cause harm – including allergies, autoimmune disease and a long list of neurological disturbances.
Is that “proof” enough?
An article published in 2011 by the Elizabeth Birt Center for Autism Law and Advocacy (EBCALA) and PACE Environmental is thorough and a “must read” for everyone. The title, “Unanswered Questions from the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program: A Review of Compensated Cases of Vaccine-Induced Brain Injury,” gives a glimpse into the meticulously documented, 65-page paper.
To date, at least 140 articles published in mainstream medical journals show a link between mercury and encephalopathy, encephalitis, and a long list of neurodevelopmental delays, nice-nice medical words for autism.
It appears this isn’t enough “proof” either?
People would rather spend their time analyzing and tearing into the details of these studies rather than STOPPING the poisons and focusing on helping the harmed and preventing the further destruction of millions of brains and millions of families.
The vaccine industry, the government, and the medical mafia need to be placed on the defensive. Where is *their proof* that vaccines do NOT cause harm? do not cause autism? They hang their hat on one single study: the retracted Lancet paper published by Dr. Andrew Wakefield in 1998. It is obvious that any person who cites THIS study as their “proof” that vaccines are innocent has never bothered to read the paper. It was simply a case report.
Every study they tout has “proof” of no connection between vaccines and mercury to autism and other medical illnesses has been a large epidemiological assessment, research that has little bearing on the individual. And every one of their “cornerstone studies” has been deconstructed has been proven to be flawed assessments or even complete frauds.
That should be proof enough for the whole world to Just Say No to vaccines.
+++Article was first written by Dr. Tenpenny and published at TenpennyIMC.com+++
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