Rinse, lather, repeat the vaccine insanity

How many times does something need to fail before repeating it becomes insanity? Medical madness seems to think at least 7 times. Yes 7 vaccinations against pertussis is what they think will finally ‘protect’ a child against whooping cough. Uh, maybe it isn’t going to work because two very recent studies have found a vast majority of people getting sick with whooping cough are actually up to date with their immunizations… One study by Kaiser Permanente found the pertussis vaccine effectiveness to be as low as 24%. Even so, mucky mucks at the CDC are still shaming/blaming people and their children who are not up to date with their immunizations for the spread of the disease. Here’s a thinker for you: What if the vaccination is spreading the very disease it is ‘protecting’ children against? This is a phenomena called shedding – where a freshly vaccinated child sheds the vaccination form of the disease and spreads it around like peanut butter. FYI: Children with a vitamin A deficiency fare the worst during a bout with whooping cough.

If it doesn't work - don't fix it??

If it doesn’t work – don’t fix it??

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutritionist and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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