Are you aware of the widespread vaccine myths that pass for scientific facts?
If you aren't, you really owe it to yourself to listen to this interview with Dr. Lawrence B. Palevsky, M.D., a pediatric physician with an orthodox medical school education. Dr Palevsky has done intensive study and independent research into vaccine science and shares the truth about vaccines in this hour-long interview.
The information he offers will clear up much of your doubt and confusion about what to believe and who to trust about vaccinating your children — or yourself.
In this interview, Dr. Palevsky compellingly and convincingly provides sound, rational, scientific justification as to why you need to seriously reconsider the wisdom of choosing vaccines to protect your children against disease.
Some of the vaccine myths Dr. Palevsky uncovers include:
Were vaccines really the ‘savior’ against past diseases — including polio?
Have any proper safety studies on vaccines actually been done?
What's the difference between what you learn in medical school and what works?
Are some vaccines safer than others?
What's the difference between natural immunity and vaccine-lnduced Immunity?
What are the dangers of adjuvants like squalene?
What about the swine flu vaccine?
What are the dangers of combining vaccines?
Dr. Palevsky is a board certified pediatrician who utilizes a holistic approach to children’s wellness and illness. Dr. Palevsky received his medical degree from the NYU School of Medicine in 1987, completed a three-year pediatric residency at The Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC in 1990.
The best independent source for vaccine safety on the internet is the National Vaccine Information Center. Don't trust the information you find on any vaccine manufacturer's website, or the FDA or CDC for that matter.
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