NOTE: This story is from The Cleveland Clinic. One of the only allopathic doctors to ever look seriously into why my 3 daughters have autism is at The Cleveland Clinic (many of you know Dr. Marvin Natowicz.) The Clinic was a leader in replacing typical hospital food with healthy choices. They got into trouble for banning McDonald's on site many years ago. Dr. Bernadine Healy, the NIH head who took a beating for saying that vaccine autism science was not complete, was married to Dr. Floyd Loop, former CEO of the Cleveland Clinic. Let's send a huge cyber welcome to fellow "anti-vaccinationist" (insert eye roll here) Dr. Daniel Neides. Did he know that he was stepping into a hornet's nest of epic proportions? KIM
By Anne Dachel
Doctor links toxins and autism…
Jan 6, 2017, Cleveland Plain Dealer: Make 2017 the year to avoid toxins (good luck) and master your domain: Words on Wellness
This was an interesting piece. A doctor, Daniel Neides, from the Cleveland Clinic is speaking out on toxins (including vaccines) and our health.
Neides described how he received a thimerosal-free flu shot, only to find out that it still contained toxic formaldehyde. Within 12 hours, he was sick.
(Dr. Neides should look at the findings from the CDC, other agencies, and the prestigious Cochrane Collaboration. The ineffectiveness of the flu shot has been shown over and over.)
Regardless, Neides knows toxins are affecting our health and officials are doing nothing about it.
“….But when toxins disrupt normal function, problems can occur. Those problems include cancers, auto-immune diseases, neurologic problems like autism, ADHD, and Parkinson's disease, and the most prevalent chronic diseases like obesity, diabetes, and heart disease….”
Neides is especially concerned about the explosion in autism.
Why do I mention autism now twice in this article. Because we have to wake up out of our trance and stop following bad advice. Does the vaccine burden - as has been debated for years - cause autism? I don't know and will not debate that here. What I will stand up and scream is that newborns without intact immune systems and detoxification systems are being over-burdened with PRESERVATIVES AND ADJUVANTS IN THE VACCINES.
While Neides doesn’t want to openly link vaccines to autism, he does say there is problem with vaccine components. He’s also not congratulating himself for better diagnosing on the part of doctors as reason we have 2 percent of our children with an autism diagnosis. Neides urges parents to use an alternative vaccine schedule.
I’m impressed. Neides is in family practice and he’s not buying all the official denials. I have to wonder if he’s personally seen the effects of our out-of-control/one-size-fits-every-child vaccine schedule. And it’s not just vaccines and it’s not just autism. Auto-immune disorders and cancers have turned our country into the land of the chronically ill and disabled. Neides made one comment that I thought was very telling:
If we don't look out for ourselves and each other, we can expect to hear about more cancers, more autism, and more auto-immune diseases. As a doctor, I should be thinking - great, this is perfect for business. I am a primary care doctor with a three month wait to get in. That is unacceptable. So YOU have to help yourself if you want me to help you.
It’s sad to realize that Dr. Neides is a rarity in medicine. He asks WHY people are so sick. Hard to believe, but the mainstream medical community never does. Maybe because Neides is absolutely right. “This is perfect for business.”
It’s so much better for doctors just to hide their heads in the sand.
One day AFTER this story was out on Google News, Dr. Neides came under attack.
Jan 7, 2017, Doctor's anti-vaccine claims create PR firestorm for Cleveland Clinic
A doctor at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic sparked an online uproar when he published an article Friday filled with anti-vaccine rhetoric, including the widely debunked claim that vaccines are linked to autism. Physicians took to Twitter to call the article “vile” and “Post-truth medicine” and demand whether the clinic endorsed its doctor’s views.
Dr. Daniel Neides, a family doctor and the director and chief operating officer of the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, wrote on a blog on the news site cleveland.com that preservatives and other ingredients in vaccines are dangerous and are likely behind the increase in diagnosed cases of neurological diseases such as autism — a claim that has long been discredited by researchers. ...