By Anne Dachel
Compare the words of Joshua Coleman and Dr. Richard Pan, sponsor of SB277 in California (see second video.)
June 30, 2015, Joshua Coleman on Pat Walsh show on KFBK
Joshua Coleman is the father of a vaccine injured little six year old boy who hand delivered 65,000 anti SB277 signatures to the governor's office. Otto Coleman is paralyzed from the waist down because of vaccines. The treatment in the governor's office was outrageous.
Joshua described his son's injury and the failure of doctors to report his vaccine reaction to VAERS.
He made some strong points in the interview:
...medical/pharmaceutical community was indemnified in 1986,
..."overnight he became paralyzed,"
...if you missed one vaccine, you're "unvaccinated" according to officials,
..."California is at an all-time high vaccination rate."
STILL, Governor Brown was unmoved. He had other priorities.
The second half of the show was an interview with an MD who challenged those who criticize vaccines. He talked about polio. He said that vaccines have saved millions of lives and they're worth it, even though "a small percentage will be negatively affected."
The doctor discounted any link between vaccines and autism. It's been "thoroughly disproven many times over." The researcher who said there was a link was a fraud. "He was publicly humiliated." "He falsified his data."
He was grateful for Dr. Pan and he's looking forward to more vaccines against cancer like the HPV vaccine. The flu vaccine is important. He said 30 percent of the elderly who get the flu, die. 15 percent of kids under five who get a severe case of the flu, die.
Here is video from May 27, 2014, when Dr. Pan spoke at UC Davis about monitoring health problems. This is his view of the future of health care. The scary reality is that we're expected to be ill. And there's nothing about healing people with chronic health problems.
No field is more technologically sophisticated, yet less connected than the field of Medicine. In this innovative talk, Dr. Richard Pan proposes a way to change this. By outfitting people with devices to unobtrusively monitor their health, Dr. Pan believes we can detect and prevent health crises before they land people in the hospital.
Dr. Richard Pan is a physician and educator who has dedicated his life to serving his community. As a pediatrician, he cares primarily for poor and unisured children. As a teacher, he taught future physicians the importance of community in health. Dr. Pan has been a catalyst for positive change in the community by creating innovative educational programs, expanding access to healthcare for children, and bringing people together to address community priorities. He believes in creating opportunity for all Californians to succeed.
Dr. Pan was excited about all the sick and disabled people. It's surreal to listen to.
There's no concern about WHY WE'RE SO SICK--except he implies that all these people just used to die.
We have to learn to live with bad health. Pan proposed high tech monitoring of people who are sick.
"Virtual health" is the future. No one is expected to be well.
Listen to Dr. Pan talk about the state of health in California. Half of the population has a chronic condition.
"Forty percent of Californians have at least one chronic disease. We spend about 70 to 80 percent of our health care spending on taking care of chronic disease."
Listen to his example of the high school student with chronic asthma. ". . .They take him off to the emergency room. . . . "
"4,600 Americans everyday show up in emergency rooms with asthma attacks."
(And how many of them ARE CHILDREN? Growing up, I never knew a single child with asthma.)
We are a nation of the chronically ill and disabled. A large part of our economy depends on it. Many people make their living from it. Why would anyone want to see real health care when there's so much profit in sick care?
Anne Dachel is Media Editor for Age of Autism and author of The Big Autism Cover-Up: How and Why the Media Is Lying to the American Public, which is on sale now from Skyhorse Publishing.