(Editor’s Note: Last year we were supposed to attend Autism One. It’s a shame we weren’t able to make it because Dr. Bradstreet was the keynote speaker and stated at that time that he had some new information he would be sharing soon. Sadly, weeks later, he was found dead. And this year Dr. Hicks was scheduled to speak at Autism One, but died suddenly weeks before the event.)
I’m always glad to report on doctors who have made the transition from assuming that anything contrary to what they learned in medical school was false, to being willing to listen to and study the other side of the issue. And while I fully comprehend that it’s not easy to discard ones long-held beliefs, the US (and the world) are experiencing an important and rapid shift towards understanding that pharmaceutical drugs damage people and vaccines (especially with the current outrageous schedule) can be (as Mr Jaxen points out) unsafe and often ineffective- at best- and at worst they maim and kill. What has become a growing movement (thankfully) towards treating the root cause of an illness with diet, natural methods, or an understanding of one’s own body, is a welcome change.
Dr. Rachael Ross, known for her presence on the show “The Doctors” recently stated PUBLICLY, to a Chicago audience filled with families whose children were vaccine injured, the following:
Dr. Kalb will never be the same family physician again. In fact, his Cool Springs Tennessee family practice recently released a statement, which you can read here, titled: “No More Vaccines at Cool Springs Family Medicine”.
The timing for these physicians couldn’t be better. Here in the US we are at the crossroads of an autism epidemic and we need for this mainstream momentum to continue to spotlight vaccine injury and whistleblowing corruption.
We have all experienced moments in our life that were so powerful they immediately changed us. And you can never go back either, just the thought of who you were before that moment is inconceivable. As more and more doctors make the switch, we need to be ready with support, love and forgiveness. Breaking away from the stronghold that is the status quo of western medicine isn’t easy. Let’s make sure that those who make it to the other side, see smiling faces and support when they get there.
Source: Jefferey Jaxen