THE ATLANTA MANIFESTO PART 3
THE CDC RESPONDS: LISTENING TO DR. WHARTON

MICHELE GILLEN, CBS4: TO VACCINATE OR NOT?

Gillen The purpose of the media is to ask hard questions, whether politically and fiscally expedient or not. Michele Gillen, from CBS4 in Florida does a terrific job HERE.  You can send Michele an email HERE.  Thank you, Michele.

Here's a taste:

"When asked if the decision to vaccinate or not could put a child in danger, (Dr.) Ryndland responded, "Absolutely. The vaccines sometimes are the straw that breaks the camel's back. The question is if the immune system is overloaded with too many vaccines over too short a period of time, or sometimes, in some cases where children are very susceptible, even one vaccine might cause a problem."

Rydland says there are many theories of why the mercury based preservative thimerisol captured headlines and was, according to the CDC, removed at their request from most childhood vaccines. Ryndland says it might not be the mercury but injections of multiple viruses into young children who may have compromised immune systems that could present a possible risk of triggering a variety of neurological problems."

Comments

Sonja Lopez

"Again, the CDC reports there is no link between autism and vaccines but that its major study into this is due out next year."

Does anyone know anything about this study?? This is the first I have heard about this.

Thank you Michelle...please keep pushing this through. It brings such hope to read this piece.

Sonja

Lisa Ackerman

Refreshing. Fantastic. Real.
Maybe we could hope for a new trend in journalism?
Thank you Michelle Gillen

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