True confessions from conventional doctors are always good to see. Suzanne Humphreys, bless her, is the original and best of this rare group, but here is another who has written a book to tell all of the fatal fallacies of following the Voodoo of Vaccination:
Here’s a review, followed by the Amazon reference….
“The author, David Denton Davis MD, has been forced to also conclude some disease preventing immunizations are actually far more dangerous than anyone may have previously imagined due to adverse event under reporting.
His painful admission that he failed to comply with the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) by not reporting illnesses occurring within 28 days of an immunization was followed by a query of his emergency colleagues. He was not surprised to find not a single physician had ever submitted a form to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
It became apparent these reports are systemically being ignored in urgent care centers and emergency departments throughout the United States.
Similar responses from Pediatricians led him to the conclusion only 1% of adverse vaccine events are likely being reported each year, clearly indicating the passive safety net offered by VAERS has been a dismal failure.
The evidence against PVC and the likely magnitude of unreported adverse vaccine events indicate these products can no longer be trusted. Therefore “Dancing Cats, Silent Canaries” asks for the invocation of the Precautionary Principle: a moral and ethical policy that offers a protective warning and requests a temporary ban.
Without cause and effect evidence of a product’s harm this new belief shifts the burden of proof for the safety of PVC and each vaccine to the manufacturers. While parents await the outcome they will be advised to eliminate exposures. Dr Davis has introduced a resolution to the American College of Emergency Physicians asking for reporting help from an estimated 25,000 member physicians staffing more than 6000 hospitals.
Parents of children, who have received a vaccine within 30 days of an illness, must remind nurses and doctors of their legal responsibility to report.”