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NOTE: So, if a doctor, a practicing medical doctor with a clean license like Dr. Daniel Kalb, questions vaccine safety - here's what will happen - the "public health" community - meaning Pharma Phield Office will consider actions:  According to the Tennessee Department of Health's website, Kalb has had no disciplinary actions taken against him. It is not clear if his stance on autism and vaccines will provoke to board to take any actions against him.  The average American should ask him or herself - how on earth is a medical doctor at fault for questioning a product that he himself has to administer to patients? How indeed? 

We need to support the doctors who dare to speak out. Thank you to JB Handley for this screen shot of the blog post before it was pulled it down.   Seems Dr. Kalb may be learning the hard way about the Pharmafia - who've gone to the mattresses - behind our vaccination program.  (Hey, it's always a good day when you can work a phrase from The Godfather into your intro.)  KS


From FOX 17:

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WZTV) -- A Franklin doctor is refusing to give vaccines, questioning their safety.

On the Cool Springs Family Medicine's site, Dr. Daniel Kalb wrote in a blog he believed vaccines are linked to autism. The blog has since been taken down... [See screen shot above for the blog post while it was live.]

The CDC and the Tennessee Department of Health say there's no proven link between vaccinations and autism. Both agencies recommend children be vaccinated.

Executive Director of Autism Tennessee Babs Tierno has an autistic son, but she doesn't believe there's a link between the developmental condition and vaccines.

"We want to treat every individual as an individual," Tierno said. "Any medical professional who makes blanket statements and blanket decisions without taking an individualized approach that is a bit concerning."

FOX 17 reached out to Dr. Kalb's office twice this week. An employee told FOX 17 he is not currently commenting on the blog.

According to the Tennessee Department of Health's website, Kalb has had no disciplinary actions taken against him. It is not clear if his stance on autism and vaccines will provoke to board to take any actions against him.... Read more here.

Comments

Linda1

Cherry,
Maybe all his patients can send letters to the Tennessee Medical Board of Licensing (or whatever it's called), saying what a great doctor he is.

Actually, maybe we should all write to them.

Cherry

Our son goes to Dr. Kalb's practice and sees the pediatric nurse practitioner. Before refusing to vaccinate he always gave the choice and educates his patients well. His office is always busy and he seems to be doing just fine as a private pay only practice. We have even seen the Amish in his office on some of our son's visits. I'm proud to say he's our doctor!

Pamela Gerry, RN, CCT

Losing a Medical License, or surrendering it, will be a Badge of Honor and signify to the rest of us, that this is a doc we can trust. He'll be flooded with patients. Hopefully, this trend will continue, and will separate the Healers from the Drug Agents. Good thing, as far as I can tell...

k

Where can we sign up for his practice?

CC

"We want to treat every individual as an individual," Tierno said. "Any medical professional who makes blanket statements and blanket decisions without taking an individualized approach that is a bit concerning."

Blatant hypocrisy.

Tony Bateson

We need to wake up to the realisation that the vaccine industry and its client state the majority of the medical profession's position on vaccines and autism is 'So What?'. Don't waste any more words on them just keep searching for the malign ways in which they conduct their gruesome business.

Bayareamom

"Maybe some of these knuckleheads should take notice that Kalb has a waiting list way over a year last I heard."


Maybe that's one of the reasons those Knuckleheads are going after him. Can't have too many parents enlightened about the vaccine issue now, can we.


Steve

Maybe some of these knuckleheads should take notice that Kalb has a waiting list way over a year last I heard.

rt

It took me almost 7 months and several conversations with 4 doctors just to get one of them to sign a tax form indicating that my son still has autism. Why? Because he hadn't had an appointment with any of them in quite some time. We would need to schedule one, on a wait list for months. I resigned myself to the fact that I would miss the tax deadline that year (silly me, thinking this exercise would be a 15 minute thing). It took some intervention from my own doctor's office to get this resolved.

Just a signature on a form from a medical doctor indicating that my son does still indeed have autism. You know, that same condition that the "best science" describes as lifelong and incurable? They had his original diagnosis in his case files. Every one had seen him in the past at some point. Apparently there's some rule out there that they would have to bend. I get it. But this wasn't an ask for meds, or for a diagnosis, or anything like that. It was an ask for a signature on a tax form, based on a known pre-existing condition, for f%@#$'s sake. But not one of them would sign without a complete re-evaluation. Can you imagine the horror? They sign, we get a tax break, then suddenly my son is somehow magically cured, the revenue folks find out they've been scammed, and all hell breaks loose. Yeah, could happen, I suppose (sarcasm intended).

Doctors will not / cannot step outside the box, not for silly things like authorizing a tax credit, certainly not for allowing any kind of vaccine policy dissension. How can I have an honest discussion with them about anything that has "potentially career-ending" written all over it? The more they punish anyone who speaks out, the less I trust any of them.

Jeannette Bishop

I've been hearing more about the RICO Act lately. I don't know how useful it might be in cleaning up our health, especially as the court system has too many judges who are part of the corporate oligarchy, but I cannot see how medical boards are not racketeering organizations when they support tactics such as mandates and the prevention of access to informed consent and all healthcare approaches that would be chosen in a free market environment.

melissa

"Any medical professional who makes blanket statements and blanket decisions without taking an individualized approach that is a bit concerning." How about blanket statements like 'vaccines save lives'?

Linda1

UPDATE (6/7/16) -- The Tennessee Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics has issued a statement regarding the anti-vaccine statement by a Franklin doctor.

"The continued spread of misinformation regarding vaccine safety is dangerous, {blah, blah, blah]... Research needs to focus on understanding the true causes of autism, rather than continually needing to debunk the fraudulent work of discredited former physicians. The lives of children affected by autism hang in the balance while some groups put their trust in internet lore and pseudoscience. It's time to accept the science and make positive movement in autism research and treatment," said Michelle Fiscus, M.D., FAAP, TNAAP, BSARTIST, Immediate Past President.

(Credentials amended for accuracy by me and may not be her actual formal, Tennessee Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics credentials)

Cindy Griffin

I love this comment: "Executive Director of Autism Tennessee Babs Tierno has an autistic son, but she doesn't believe there's a link between the developmental condition and vaccines.

"We want to treat every individual as an individual," Tierno said. "Any medical professional who makes blanket statements and blanket decisions without taking an individualized approach that is a bit concerning."

So my question is - just exactly how is it that increasing the mandates for blanket vaccination becomes a means of "treat[ing] every individual as an individual?" How is castigating a medical doctor who questions what he probably has done UNQUESTIONINGLY for many years for waking up to truth a means of promoting the true public good?

Shameful. Criminal. And oh so sad for those of us who have dealt with our own kids being injured and worked with others who were injured.

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