It takes a big person to admit they are wrong. And every April 1st, I become a big person.

Thanks to all the great folks on Facebook who are staunchly anti vaccine in the face of tremendous evidence to the contrary. It is to these brave warriors that I dedicate this video.

I beg your forgiveness for the following horrific mistakes from my past: Immunize, More Than Warts, One Injection, Dr. House of Cards. #Unvaccinate

 

  • Mike Weiss

    Happy April Fools Day!

  • misterchambo

    Udaman.

  • Julie Hill

    Ha ha ..Awesome

  • Danielle Duncan

    I almost peed my pants laughing! ? this!

    • stevepesceca

      Mocking parents of children with autism is hilarious.

      • Rowsdower

        What does this have to do with autism?

      • Given that there is exactly the same rate – what is your point here?

    • Lee Saunders

      Small minds are usually easily amused.

  • bbneo

    Here is a very important study for you as well, ZDogg: \n\nhttp://web.archive.org/web/20100708230258/http://people.csail.mit.edu/rahimi/helmet/

  • Krissy Miller

    You had my sister in law all excited until she realized what you were saying. lol… Thanks.

  • Kathy Wruk

    Awwwwwesome

  • Arielcnm

    Oh, how I <3 you.\nL. Hauser, DNP, APN, CNM\nOvereducated, over vaccinated 4-ever

  • Pipercat

    Making all those quote finger motions will ruin your surgical technique!

  • Jennifer Biber

    yes, we pediatricians really are getting rich on the backs of children. perhaps, if enough people unvaccinate, we can double or even triple the number of vaccines we give!!!! bwahahahaha

    • stevepesceca

      Juvenile. \n\nHere is my take on mandatory vaccination. The data doesn’t support the persecution of concerned parents. These laws will only increase distrust and falsification of medical exemptions — And will not address the core issue. \n\nhttps://m.facebook.com/notes/steven-pesce/mandatory-vaccination-laws/449490938569567/?ref=bookmarks

      • Argon

        Hardly. What is “juvenile” is posting the same thing over and over again and thinking you’re making a point. I’ll put my vaccinated self, and my vaccinated kids, up against your “concerned parents” any day.

        • Lee Saunders

          What a puerile and sad set of values some people aspire too,the man is obviously suffering the after effects of the toxic chemicals he has injected himself with,thus allowing him to display the poverty stricken articles of his imagination,his sarcasm and ideas are deeply corrosive and take away any respect that could have been afforded to him.

          • Argon

            Oh yes! His intellect has obviously been polluted such that he has successfully completed medical school, established a life with a family, and started his own practice using an out-of-the-box model. Imagine what he could have done had he not injected himself with “toxic chemicals”! \n”Puerile and possessing sad values” is when one believes that they possess wisdom counter to years of careful research and evidence. We live longer and are healthier than any of our ancestors yet some would have us living in fear of the very things that have contributed to our longevity. Some prefer to believe a thoroughly discredited and self-serving study done in the last century and determined to be an “elaborate fraud.” Some people genuinely cannot receive life-saving vaccines but those who refuse them for anti-intellectual reasons are decidedly puerile, sad, deeply corrosive, and toxic.

          • Lee Saunders

            The difficulty communicating to this cardboard cut out assembly of parrot repertoire, is the fact that the players lack any imaginative creative thoughts of their own that even question authority, believing what they have been told. a virtual army of yes men all waiting to be thrown a bone ,refusing through fear or ignorance to disobey the system.Throw open your imprisoned minds and discard that totalitarian thinking that enslaves you.view the documentary VAXXED allow yourself an open mind

          • Janezra

            Twit

          • Lee Saunders

            I take that as fodder.

          • Janezra

            Knock yourself out.

          • Lee Saunders

            Calm down I do realize that your lack of knowledge might lead to frustration and anger,perhaps you should see a doctor?

          • Janezra

            Keep on tugging, you’ll get there.

          • Lee Saunders

            You disappoint me your comments reflect your intellect and I had such \nhigh expectations,your self approval rating needs serious downgrading

          • Janezra

            Aaaaaaaalllllmost.

          • AutismDadd

            “self approval rating” ….good one

          • Ret

            ????????????? oh my! waaaay too much time in your hands.

          • Lee Saunders

            A short burst from the peanut gallery,and I suppose you are busy telling everyone how busy you are.?

          • AutismDadd

            They have Blind Faith Syndrome If the words science or researchers say is used, its automatically the gospel with these science addicts.

          • Janezra

            Twit squared.

          • AutismDadd

            Don’t be so hard on yourself

          • What about the entire rest of the world?

          • Can you explain the entire rest of the world?

          • Cole

            Wonder if you or anyone you know has been effected by chronic autoimmune diseases. Yes, in a matter of life or death give me antibiotics. In that regard we have come a long way from our ancestors and, yes, can live longer. But chronic illness didn’t exist in our ancestors and it is now an epidemic. For 10 years I took meds, listened to doctors blindly, and my body nearly failed me. (Or rather I failed it.) Eating whole foods, not reaching for synthetic “medicine” when it isn’t dire, and educating myself on how to actually heal has changed me life and countless others’.

          • Argon

            Yes. Me. All my life. Conditions I inherited from my father.\nWe are not talking about taking medicine willy-nilly. This concerns childhood vaccines that save lives, including the lives of those who cannot tolerate the vaccines. I fully believe in less-is-more when it comes to treating non-life threatening conditions. Exercise. Whole food. I grow my own when I can. I believe in a healthy skepticism of ALL claims – for synthetic medicine and for the latest lifestyle fad. The efficacy of childhood vaccines has been proven. I have no quarrel with those whose health would legitimately be endangered by being vaccinated. I DO have a problem with conspiracy theorists and spoiled, otherwise educated folks who wouldn’t know a real health issue if it bit them and think everything can be solved with an organic tomato (which are very tasty but won’t stop measles, pertussis, small pox, or any of the other diseases that used to kill children before they could grow up to have an opinion on the subject. Or develop chronic illnesses. Which did exist in our ancestors.)

          • Cole

            I respect your opinion, I just believe in a more natural state of being. Immunization first came about from a majority of the population being naturally infected, their bodies learning from that natural infection, and transferring that knowledge to future generations. Yes, a portion of the population died but it didnt wipe us off the Earth. There are also many factors contributing to our lengthened lifespans today that are overlooked, like improved hygiene for one. No, an organic tomato won’t save me from the mumps but eating to build my immune system is my number one health defense. Unfortunately, due to synthetic “immunities” and other man made toxins (bc you cannot call vaccinations natural substances) eating healthy alone is not enough to gain optimal health in today’s environment. Does that mean I should reach for those very toxins, bc it’s now my only chance of survival? And are you saying that our ancestors, prior to the last 100yrs or so, had diabetes and crohn’s and autism (etc.)? Can’t say I was there to know for sure but I’ll have to disagree. I guess it comes down to lengthened life expectancy vs quality of life.

          • Argon

            Yes, I am saying our ancestors had those conditions, as they absolutely did. Not under those names, but they definitely had them. As a species our biology hasn’t changed so rapidly that these conditions suddenly appeared within the last 100 years. Without medication for Crohn’s or diabetes the sufferer would have “wasted” and died. Autism and similar brain conditions explain the idea of “changelings.” A child who is “normal” and then appears to lose emotion – obviously the fairies have stolen the real child and left a replacement. You may disagree, but you would be wrong. Evidence is clear that humans have always had the same panoply of conditions we have now. The difference is that now people don’t die of them.\nI respect you as a human being but your understanding is flawed, and in the case of seeming to suggest that humans would be stronger if we didn’t treat the sick to the best of our ability, unethical. You have taken a grab bag of buzz words such as “natural” and “toxins” and popular understanding of concepts such as Darwin’s theory of evolution and thrown them together to explain health conditions. Yes, environmental factors most assuredly do affect health, and, yes, sometimes medicine has gotten things horribly wrong, as with thalidomide. Does that mean that as humans we should stop trying to prevent unnecessary suffering to the best of our ability? Absolutely not!!!!

          • Cole

            Oh my. I’ll leave it at the fact that if I continued taking “medicine” my Crohn’s would’ve killed me. Believe what you will and so will I. Try to impose anything you like. I wish you the best.

          • Argon

            I’m not trying to “impose” anything. Facts are facts. (I would say that you are taking your specific case and trying to impose your biochemistry on everyone else. Medicine is an art, which requires attention to each individual.) \nI wish you only the best with your Crohn’s and commend you for taking care of your health in the way that brings you health and healing.

          • Cole

            Does that mean I’m supposed to accept that you know better? Unless you claim to be an all knowing being, I think you should check yourself. “Medicine is an art, which requires attention to each individual human being as a unique organism.” …..but you’re arguing to give the exact same vaccination to each unique organism? Yes I was vaccinated and yes I did get very ill after every vaccination until eventually I could no longer receive them. No I don’t believe that was the one thing leading to my Crohn’s but I’m positive it added to it. “Without medication for Crohn’s or diabetes the sufferer would have “wasted” and died.” False. People do die from Crohn’s, diabetes, and other autoimmune diseases today. They also live with no intestines and a bag sticking out of their gut or crippled entirely thanks to “medicine.”

          • Argon

            Nope. You don’t have accept squat. I think I already said that. \nChildhood vaccinations may cause problems in some individuals but for the vast majority and for the population at large they’ve proven to be lifesavers. Hopefully we’ll get better at identifying who can tolerate them and who can’t, and also refine them to suit each person. That’s the way medicine is heading. \nI KNOW people still die from these conditions, but they survive longer today, and their conditions are properly identified – not attributed to bad air, the devil, or stepping on a frog. My aunt lived with “a bag sticking out of her gut” and lived quite well. You think she should have died?\nYou make generalizations based on your subjective experience. Not everyone is you.

          • Cole

            No I absolutely do not think your aunt should have died. You are correct, not everyone is me. Good day.

          • Argon

            Good day to you, sir.

          • Regina

            Where is this lifesaving proof? Please attach credible sources. Thank you.

          • Argon

            You’ve already stated you are an “educated health professional.” As such you would have been exposed to those sources through your training. If you now refute them it is up to you to provide your sources. I simply refer to reduced childhood mortality from measles, mumps, pertussis and polio.

          • AutismDadd

            Don’t hold your breath

          • AutismDadd

            So you currently support their inability to identifying those who can’t tolerate vaccines and the adverse outcomes, since you defend vaccines.

          • AutismDadd

            Well said, and comes from actual experience, just like thousands of parents who report regression into autism after a series of vaccines.

          • Janezra
          • AutismDadd

            Medicine ISN’T an art….what rubbish. It may have been way back but is now a professional with strict and confining guidelines. The one size fits all vaccination is an example of a complete lack of individualistic treatment that might be considered an art.

          • Janezra

            Then you are going to the wrong doctor. You’re reactions are rubbish.

          • AutismDadd

            On my planet its as I said. On yours maybe its different.

          • Janezra

            My planet is Earth. Don’t know where yours is.

          • AutismDadd

            Wikipedia? Paaalease! NOT a reputable source of anything.

          • Argon

            And since I have the same reaction to your tin hat sources I believe we can end this exchange.

          • AutismDadd

            And Bee-yuk-buk buk to you

          • AutismDadd

            Hilarious. Subjective Experience? Its exactly what you are doing.

          • Duke

            Consider. You can be right about diet treating crohns and wrong about vaccines. Separate issues. Irrational to associate them.

          • AutismDadd

            Evidence we have the same panoply of conditions? Lets have it then.

          • AutismDadd

            Nothing but suggestion, opinion, fabrication and propaganda

          • AutismDadd

            More ranting. You’re off the rails Casey Jones

          • AutismDadd

            Hilarious. Anyone hanging their argument on the so-called elaborate fraud is showing us all how weak their position is. The savage way the General Medical Council attacked 3 long time medical professionals is one thing we should consider. Another is the coercion used against the other 10 who preferred to remain employed. Stifling medical professionals with coercion and threat is so unethical one must suspect other motives are involved. And don’t forget, Simon Murch found innocent, then later Judge Mitting’s criticism of the GMC’s handling of Professor Walker-Smith, adds much weight to what was the actual elaborate fraud. And the Jester Brian Deer, a man with no medical standing allowed to act as accuser, choreographer and witness is also blatantly unethical, and suspect.

          • AutismDadd

            Oh my! Going back to the Wakefield Well AGAIN?? With the “tens of thousands” of studies people like Dorit Riese claims there are we keep getting the Wakefield example. A study with ONLY 12 children. Well actually it wasn’t a vaccine study at all, but a medical intervention on 12 children referred to Andrew Wakefield by the children’s doctors who could not help them.

          • Siobhan Justin

            he needs a deep detox

          • AutismDadd

            Coffee enema too

        • Regina

          “Concerned parents” are ones such as myself. Educated medical professionals whose children have suffered at the hands of vaccines. Your lack of empathy is concerning..

          • Argon

            I made it clear that I have no argument with those who are unable to be vaccinated safely. Nor do I think medicine is at its apex and needs no improvement. My issue is with those who, without evidence (understanding that the original study linking vaccinations to autism was long ago exposed as a fraud) raise a hew and cry over what has been lifesaving for the population at large. I need no evidence for that statement – it is clear in lowered mortality rates from what used to be common childhood diseases, including birth defects caused by rubella. \nI have a great deal of empathy for those who are touched by disease and disability. I understand the desire to attribute an identifiable cause for the suffering. I do not accept that desire as sufficient evidence of cause, lacking studies using strict, objective, scientific method. Should vaccination be examined, evaluated, and refined consistently? Absolutely! Should something that has provided so much benefit to so many be scrapped out of hand because a few require a scapegoat for their personal pain, or much worse, because they consider themselves educated believe that they are expert on all aspects of health? That is unacceptable.

          • AutismDadd

            ANYONE using the Wakefield issue as proof of anything is extremely naive. All it proves is that if a medical professional doesn’t keep quiet about vaccine adverse events they will be forced out of the profession.

          • Janezra

            “Wakefield had planned to launch a venture on the back of an MMR vaccination scare that would profit from new medical tests and “litigation driven testing”.[23] “\nhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Wakefield

          • AutismDadd

            Stuff that garbage

          • Janezra

            Where did you stuff it? And since it’s truth did it hurt?

          • AutismDadd

            Wow what intellect. Where’s you proof 13 medical professionals planned that? And what about the 12 that were innocent and the one NEVER given his day in a REAL court in front of a REAL judge like Walker-Smith had?

          • Argon

            You spend so much time foaming at the mouth here. Your energy would be better directed towards working with the child your name implies you have and who therefore needs you than ranting on a blog where you will make no difference whatsoever.

          • AutismDadd

            Mind your own business

          • Argon

            I believe that’s what I’m telling you – mind your business.\n

          • AutismDadd

            Nope

          • FACTS

            wakefield was attacked, his studies have been confirmed by other labs. https://www.scribd.com/doc/220807175/128-Research-Papers-Supporting-the-Vaccine-Autism-Link

          • Can you show us where it was independently replicated?

            And why was Wakefield attacked? You do know how the UK works, don’t you?

      • Becky Allmon

        Please inject a sense of humor for yourself

      • I love satire. Let’s persecute them, burn the, at the stake and worse, put them through an airport Xray machine! I get so upset when I see this persecution of mommy and daddy warriors. Maybe I need some mindlessness meditation for a few minutes. Is that where you hold your breath for five minutes while stomping your feet til someone passes the bong?

        • stevepesceca

          You are not a parent, you’re an idiot.

          • And how exactly do you know that I am not a parent? Is this a new school of argumentation, or the usual 3rd grade “I know what You are, but what am I?” I tried that in high school debating, but lost.

          • stevepesceca

            You are an asshole who makes fun of parents with autistic children. You are beneath contempt. You Can fuck off.

          • Ah Stevie, such beautiful language! I let you post here because you amuse me and illustrate the anti-vaccine movement at it’s finest. And you haven’t let me down sir. Thank you.

          • Trish Dewer

            Absolute finest…Super sensitive and it’s all about them!

          • Ignorant baby killer and purveyor of noxious lies. But I love you for whatever filth you may be and will pray for you. I will never try to silence you, but hope that reason will one day reach your bitter soul and redeem your faith in the goodness of all.

          • Catherine Peterson

            Where does he make fun of parents with autistic children? Because I have an autistic child and I just don’t see it. Rock on Z!

          • Nurse12

            And your not a human being. Just a troll looking for a fight to make your moot point. No one is making fun of you or children with autism. All children are special and a gift from GoD. have you EVER seen a child with polio? Or wait how about an infant that turns blue from coughing and can’t breath because they have pertussis.. Hmm probably not…. It’s heart breaking and wait for it…… Preventable!!!!

          • Lee Saunders

            Yes !\n\nBill Gates’ Polio Vaccine Program Caused 47,500 Cases of Paralysis Death.it was probably a coincidence

          • Jane Berg

            Please do your research on this. This “paralysis-from-immunization” rumor surfaced in 2013 and was a proven to a false report. Regardless of a person’s bias against or for immunizations, immunizations have been proven to greatly reduce disease, disability and death worldwide. This is evidenced with the eradication of smallpox. Polio is next on the WHO list for eradication, but presents a global challenge for researchers, caretakers and the general population. Measles have been eradicated from the Americas and Finland is proof that immunizations do work in eradicating measles, mumps and rubella.

          • Lee Saunders

            As usual self denial, if the evidence is so damming lets call it a rumor,Bill gates and the CDC a marriage made in heaven,but opening the gates of hell.its about time people awakened from their hypnotic state and realized. Stop promoting an illusion that generations of powerful people have spent billions indoctrinating the masses to believe

          • PedsDoggMD

            This is a circular discussion that never ends so it’s not worth having. If I agree with you, we are buds. If I disagree, regardless of my analysis of the evidence available, I’m another brainwashed, duped shill. Enjoy your day. I only have to convince the policy makers, not you. Peace out, bro.

          • AutismDadd

            Then why hasn’t it be eradicated in any other countries then?

          • AutismDadd

            Autism…a gift from God? Well tell God to go …. himself

    • Dan Mannan

      Instead, discourage contraceptives. With a population boom your client base will skyrocket!

    • Lee Saunders

      $173,000 a year\nMedscape’s Pediatrician Compensation Report: 2013 says the average pediatrician salary is $173,000 a year.\n The Profiles Database Physician Salary Survey reports the salary of \npediatrician subspecialties is higher, ranging up to $395,000 a year for\n starting pediatric orthopedic surgeons.

      • Dcweech

        Do you even have any idea of what an orthopedic surgeon does in terms of training? 4 years of undergrad 4 years of medical school 5 years of training as an orthopedic surgeon and then if he or she desires they can do a Fellowship in Pediatric orthopedic surgery. They are first and foremost a surgeon not a pediatrician. Don’t be ignorant.

        • Lee Saunders

          Yes all that work and the only common sense is a robot mind programmed by the Rockefeller’s and the pharmaceutical industry wake up and think for yourself download a real thinking brain or is it too late.?

          • Don’t believe a lie

            I love that people think doctors are owned by the pharmaceutical business, it’s laughable really. Do I love their pens yes, because I am hopeless and lose more pens than I care to to in a day. Other than that pharmaceutical companies mean nothing else to me.

          • Lee Saunders

            What a comical reply,admittance of the addiction is the first step to recovery, It’s well known that many incentives are available for those that promote the product,don’t tell me you are that naive or perhaps you lose more patients then pens and there is an exclusion from the pecking order.

          • PedsDoggMD

            I did think for myself. I came to a different conclusion. Zdoggmd, you are a genius. There will be tons of comedy fodder in the comments for future material. You sir, have won the internet for 2016.

      • Don’t believe a lie

        That is a gross over estimate. I have rarely met a pediatrician making more than 150,000. By the way when med school cost 250,000 dollars, plus working 80 hour weeks making less than minimum wage for 3 years in residency or more if you specialize, they deserve the higher paycheck if not to only pay back their loans. Go to med school, sacrifice your youth and time spending 8 hours in class and finishing your day with 4-6 hours of studying, and see if 173000 sounds like alot.

        • Lee Saunders

          The catch cry of the overspecialized, “Too many snouts in the trough and\n not enough to go around”. congratulations!The system kept you there that long to milk \nyour money and your mind.

          • Don’t believe a lie

            And what do you do for a living besides turning your nose up at those who spent the time learning to heal and save lives?

          • Lee Saunders

            I am not the star material for this show. and I am not here to defend my position to free speech.the onus is with you, a guilty party that supports the propaganda of an industry of corruption and lies that keep giving the thumbs up to injecting toxic chemical combinations into the population, without consciousness or remorse

          • Argon

            Um. No. You may have free speech but you are not free of the consequences of your use of free speech.You do have to defend yourself if you wish to make a point.Since most of those “present” here reject your premise the onus is on you to back your opinions with objective evidence. So far all I’ve read from you is tin-hat ranting.

          • Lee Saunders

            Don’t tell me about my rights and obligations to this little group of off sided false propaganda,my comments are equally as important and can be viewed with your disdain and ignorance .but the REAL facts will never be admitted by those with cognitive dissonance.what an enormously stupid statement you make about tin hats,are you involved in some indecent obsession about them? as you would be aware the internet is awash with genuine material relating to scientific fraud I am not going to be your search engine I am only here to spread the wake up call but sadly one may lead a horse to water but can’t make him drink,especially if he’s tied to a post.

          • Janezra

            Nope. You are ignorant and thoroughly enjoy your benighted state. You are useless and enjoy your self-righteous self-stimulation. I’m done with providing fodder for your verbal masturbation.\n

          • Janezra

            I certainly WILL tell you because my rights are as strong as yours. I am much more informed and intelligent than you could ever hope to be. You are ignorant and thoroughly enjoy your benighted state. You are useless and enjoy your self-righteous self-stimulation. I’m done with providing fodder for your verbal masturbation.

          • Lee Saunders

            Oh yes! another self proclaimed intelligent voice wailing like a mad banshee, quoting from the text books of hell,save me! from this vastly superior intellect who challenges a mere mortal of implied self gratification. perhaps if I view you through the lens of comedy you might become an enjoyable figure.

          • Janezra

            Quod erat demonstrandum.

          • Lee Saunders

            You have already proven and demonstrated all I need to know about this little group. it.s like visiting an amusement arcade and spending a few pennies.the dullness and and lack of any real ideas self inflicted from injected toxic chemicals.(vaccines).

          • Janezra

            Ascendo tuum.

          • Lee Saunders

            What a shame sadly you have reached the bottom of the barrel and have resorted to obscenities disguised in Latin you must be a real embarrassment to this group. I wonder if the moderator upholds these gutter snipes.

          • Janezra

            Mater tua caligas gerit .

          • Lee Saunders

            Obviously a student ,hiding behind a faceless avatar perusing Latin textbooks for insults and obscenities that are about as effective as vaccines and pink elephant spray,might I suggest that you relocate yourself to the washing machine fast spin.and shower area to get over the excitement of clever replies.

          • Janezra

            Nescio quid dico vobis et persecuti amentia idiota . Ego autem sexaginta annorum mulier et Turci .

          • Lee Saunders

            Rabid babbling apart from Nescio that would tick the appropriate box for you

          • Janezra

            I do not think it means what you think it means.

          • AutismDadd

            They have to anoint themselves, no one else will

          • AutismDadd

            I agree. You have the right to make an ass of yourself….well done!

          • Don’t believe a lie

            Ahhh, as I suspected. The “anti everything,” it is everyone else and you are the only one in the “knowing.” Have fun in your secluded little corner.

          • Lee Saunders

            What an enormously stupid statement,is that how you diagnose.one cap fits all..by the way my corner is not secluded, it is a growing movement of those who seek the truth, not a team of programmed robots

          • Man, someone sprayed the latest air freshener scent in here, “Crazy Stank” hahaha! Methinks you are wrong, Master Lee, you are indeed the star material for the anti-vax show, and may we all be entertained and enlightened by your tribes techniques and wisdom! Keep ’em coming, partner!

          • Lee Saunders

            I will throw you a bone for the excellent appraisal of my technique and wisdom lets hope some of it can rub off on you and take you away from the land of the Science of Stupid.

          • Ret

            Probably nothing. That is the energy and vitriol of the idle and has been idle and will be idle.

          • PedsDoggMD

            Answer the question, for us the curious. What is your job and experience background. What’s to hide?

        • ENC

          exactly I completely agree. The fellows I work with make 27.5 and hour and they are hem/onc specialist!!! I make way more than they do. I am currently finishing my FNP and will start my DNP shortly by the time I am done my student loans will be 200000. My student loan bill right now is already 1100 a month. Once I have my DNP I will bring in about 140000 per year and thats after a couple of years. My first year I was out I am told by the employer that wants to hire me is 110,000 so do the math! I would hardly call that rich.

      • PedsDoggMD

        What’s your point? That doctors earn a living?

    • AutismDadd

      Please tell us you are not a medical professional….so scary if you are.

      • Janezra

        This from your profile: “Vaccines Cause Autism/ Pro-Vacs are liars. Seek and Destroy. Put my foot where no foot has gone before and punt vaccine injury advocates through their moving goalposts.” You are certainly scary. No moderation here. All or nothing. If anyone disagrees with you you go nuclear immediately. It’s emotion before thought with you. You’re not credible.

        • AutismDadd

          Need a tissue?

          • Janezra

            Yes, to wipe your rabid spittle off my face.

    • FACTS

      pediatricians who blindly trust provably corrupt organizations with known criminal histories are accomplices.. choosing to remain in denial and hide the facts, doctors have been fooled into criminal negligence and should be ashamed of themselves.. obviously, they know that in their hearts, and that explains the defensiveness and anger- informed consent is a human right, but most doctors have become bullies and pharma shills.. meanwhile, american children have never been sicker, and families are suffering in the millions because their children have been damaged forever by too many vaccines.. https://physiciansforinformedconsent.org/

  • Debra

    I am not anti vaccine by any means. I am although against making fun and ridiculing parents of children affected by autism. Maybe you should show some compassion because trust me those folks do NOT find it in most of the medical community. Maybe just maybe you could put some of your effort into finding out how debilitating autism can be to a family, how little actual help these people get because there is so little funding. The funding that is out there is so eaten up by administrative costs very little actually gets to those that need services. The autism program in my community had administration that for years embezzled most of the funding before they got caught. Why don’t all these parents yell it from the mountain tops? Because we are mentally and physically exhausted from dealing with basic day to day issues, the therapist, the schools, insurance companies, doctors….it’s one of those things you just have to personally experience I guess. I hope you never have to experience autism.

    • stevepesceca

      You are right. Good points.

    • LA

      He’s not saying that Autism isn’t debilitating, he’s saying that vaccines don’t cause Autism. Also, he’s not demeaning the parents for being exhausted, he’s just trying to use humor to get them to see the light! Maybe they’d have more energy for their kids if they stopped focusing their blame on vaccines, especially since there is no definitive evidence to show any correlation. How do you/they not see this??

      • Debra

        Nothing at all humorous about autism…not all parents blame vaccines either. If you bothered to actual read what I wrote you’d see that I do not blame vaccines for my child’s autism. What I WAS saying if people would maybe try to help these parents instead of ridiculing them the effort would be more productive. But NO lets just make fun of them, let’s just put down their lives as foolish. I’m thinking if one of drzdogs precious little girls had autism his tone would change in a heartbeat. All I was asking for was some understanding, some compassion but I guess that’s just too much to ask for in today’s so called society. Go ahead make fun it’s how freakin sick people today are becoming. Walk a mile in their shoes before you judge

        • Kylie Catterick

          I have a child who is about to start his assessment for ASD and no where in the video did I sense he was ridiculing parents of children with autism. He was mocking anti-vaxxers who believe there is a link between vaccines and autism.

          • Kakistocrat

            Adult Aspie here. Antivaxxers deserve to be mocked, especially the ones who either don’t have kids yet, or have kids who aren’t autistic. Because the entire movement is saying they’d rather see the return of some severely debilitating childhood illnesses, running the risk of kids dying or being crippled – en masse – than to have a kid like me. Fuck the lot of them. And the overprivileged horse-drawn carriage they came riding in on.

          • Kakistocrat

            Oh, and while we’re at it, fuck the pearl-clutching about ‘making fun of’ autistic kids. Because the movement doesn’t show any sign of caring for them decently either, y’know, beyond using us as a political football to demonise some faceless Big Bad Corporation. Stop pretending to give two shits about us.

          • Debra

            He is mocking parents desperately looking for answers …however wrong people think they are they do not deserve to be mocked… Educate parents on facts but do not Mock. As a parent whose child actually has autism I found it uncaring and counterproductive to what we all should be doing to find the real answers. Those “antivaxxers” are people in a lot of pain and hurt…and do not receive much help. I have been doing this long enough to have dealt with all the rip off artists taking advantage of parents desperate for the “cure”…. This therapy, that diet, that program….etc…anyway that’s how I feel.

          • Kylie Catterick

            No Debra, he is mocking parents who DON’T have children with autism. Their precious snowflakes aren’t immunised so they can’t possibly have autism. ?

  • Jon Smith

    Yes this! So much of this! You rule:)

  • Fran Adleman

    My Late husband was board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease. Believe me he did not die a wealthy man…(he stockpiled Tamaflu. lol) He would have loved your stuff ! Keep up the great job! I am an RN in ED… Always look forward to your new videos.

  • stevepesceca

    Juvenile. \n\nHere is my take on mandatory vaccination. The data doesn’t support the persecution of concerned parents. These laws will only increase distrust and falsification of medical exemptions — And will not address the core issue. \n\nhttps://m.facebook.com/notes/steven-pesce/mandatory-vaccination-laws/449490938569567/?ref=bookmarks

    • gwen rothberg

      Bwah ha ha ha ha ha….Back in the 90s and early 00s, I too delayed vaccination because I listened to people like you. I was so careful, matching the US schedule against the EU schedule (since we’re dual citizens.) And you know what? My kid has Asperger’s anyway. We are ALL vaccinated correctly now and we’re all healthy. Let’s let the scientists do the sciency stuff, shall we?

      • superbad2011

        THANK you! 1000 points.

      • stevepesceca

        You make fun of autistic children. You are a moron.

        • We don’t make fun of autistic children. We pray for them when they are in the hands of such woefully inadequate parents.

        • Who is making more fun of autistic children?

          Those who go

          A)Autism is not a vaccine injury.
          B)Those who use words like ‘moron’ which are generally directed at disabled children or an attempted insult via association.
          C)Those who reckon autistic children are ,ipso facto, worse than a literal plague.

    • Persecution? What persecution?

  • stevepesceca

    Undermining both parents and medical practitioners in one video that sets back trust and cooperation immeasurably. Wow.

    • Kylie Catterick

      April 1st??? Ring any bells??? ???

      • stevepesceca

        Yes, it’s the time to tell assholes who make fun of autistic kids to shut up.

        • Kylie Catterick

          Yes it is but what has that got to do with this video?

      • Lee Saunders

        This debauched humor, is the comical philosophy of a perceived fool, who thinks that a joke is not a joke unless it is at someone else s expense.

    • Becky Allmon

      Sense of humor?

  • Linell Jones

    Oscar/Golden Globe performance! I never would have made it through without cracking up. YOU ROCK!

  • Myk

    Foil helps the reception so they can control your thoughts better. Foil hats were a lie pushed to cause more mind control.

    • trini4jesus .

      With all these chemtrails we are being attacked with…..we better wear double TIN FOIL HATS!

    • notnearlyanonymous

      Thanks, MonSatan!

  • Mike Henderson

    Well, in the spirit of the day, since you went to school so long ago and paid so much less for your education, of course your education is inadequate and inferior. Someone should probably confiscate your stethoscope – you’re done here. Have a great day!!

    • Lee Saunders

      The stethoscope around his neck was the only thing that made him look important,take that away and you may as well have a monkey on a stick.

      • Don’t believe a lie

        Bitter much Lee Saunders

      • Did you hear that, Dad? That stethoscope made me look important! Without it, though, it seems I’m just an Indian monkey on a stick, dancing for Mr. Lee’s amusement, his little brown brother on YouTube. Yes sir, Mr. Lee, can I sit in the back of the bus too? Thank you Master Lee! Thank you!

        • Mike Henderson

          Now you’re just being auto-racist, which isn’t really fair since I am a white mutt from Europe and have no opportunity to be auto-racist (yes, I do make up words).

        • Lee Saunders

          Oh dear put yourself on video and make a few jokes about something important to the world ,then become offended when given a job description, if the kitchen is too hot then stay out of it, don’t invent your own cheap racial slurs to gain audience sympathy just concede to the better player. and announce an apology to those offended by your misdemeanors

      • Mike Henderson

        I would agree with your statement of “Sounds like you are overwhelmed in the exuberance of your on (own) verbosity..” if you are referring to yourself. Some people have a large vocabulary and know how to use it to communicate succinctly. Others, such as yourself, are sesquipedalian.

        • Lee Saunders

          Wow! sorry my reply had knocked the breath out of your body for three days,but I thank you for the compliment.

  • exMGH

    Within the multimodal unvaccination protocol, the key element is clearly chelation to remove the toxic heavy metals from the children. But wouldn’t the simpler approach be to encourage those children, especially toddlers, to listen to heavy metal music? Ideally, the music would be out of phase with the heavy metals in the child so that the peaks cancel each other out. It’s got to be better since it’s a “natural” remedy. I guess that’s why I no longer teach epi….\n\nI’ll just go back to using chocolate milk to treat concussions.

    • Lee Saunders

      Sounds like you are overwhelmed in the exuberance of your on verbosity, or just another associated with “The Science of Stupid” ho hum! this group doesn’t even pose a challenge to rational thinking they are so full of ego and self gratitude .

      • Don’t believe a lie

        Your comment definitely applies to you more than the person you you are commenting om. Kudos to you, if we are programmed robots than so are you. If you think we are living in a delusion, you are certainly no different. Peace out, can’t rationalize with someone who is clearly paranoid. Tin hats on!

        • Lee Saunders

          What a ridiculous tit for tat childish statement, a typical reply from someone who relies on a WHAT DO I DO NEXT textbook. free thinking may appear as paranoia to a sanitized mind with only misinformed delusional aspirations take your hat and go home to mummy.

      • PedsDoggMD

        Ouch, that almost hurt.

  • Donna Riley-Lein

    Lol! Be careful, the nutjobs out there will use this . . .

    • Lee Saunders

      yes! the nut doesn’t fall too far from the tree.

  • Provemewrong

    Which vaccines were you talking about Gardasil? MMR? Lmao what a joke

  • Liz Swarthout

    What a douche.

  • Don Robertson

    You might be big on YouTube, but you aren’t s credible as a real, Hollywood expert.

    • I’ll show you. I’LL SHOW ALL OF YOU. *runs off bawling*

  • Wendy Allen

    good to see April Fools are still alive and kicking

  • Becky Allmon

    OMG! You had me going there! Lol!

  • Kevin Kelly

    Telling the truth hasn’t sounded this good since ‘House of God’ when I was in training! The beauty of this is by letting a little steam off will help me to return to addressing people’s needs with compassion and facts. Bravo! Next time you gotta sing it…

    • Ah Kevin you nailed it. This video is designed to rally caregivers, not convince anti-vaxxers or even parents that vaccines are the right way to go. We deal with this anti-vax idiocy every day and we can get angry and defensive and annoyed and that will definitely affect our ability to deal with patients (and parents) who are just trying their best (while filled with fear) to do the right things for their kids. Blow off steam here, save the compassion and patience for our kids. Plus it JUST FEELS GREAT to make fun of this absurd ideology (because that’s what it is, unproven idiot-ology).

      • Lee Saunders

        The measure of a man is what it takes to make him angry or annoyed,if this video is all it takes to rally your troops ,then you are obviously fighting with a dads army mentality,the truth is not just going to go away and hide so you can suck the life blood of the community,

        • Dad’s Army! What a great name for us. Thank you Lee, you are an adorable gem of a person. Keep the lovely comments coming! “The measure of a man is what it takes to make him angry or annoyed.”

          • Lee Saunders

            Don’t worry the caliber of the replies here fits the expected response getting a little bored, like playing chess and winning every time with” fools mate”.

      • Kevin Kelly

        Looking forward to hearing you ‘bring it’ to MMA 9/23. “Keep on keepin’ on!”

  • Sim MD

    the only thing I would request z dogg is that you not mock the Indian culture by associating it with irrationality. while the two Co-exist is some entities, that is not what the culture begets. .but this is certainly a message. .

    • As an Indian myself, what I was mocking here was the appropriation of Indian culture by the alternative crowd that is associated most closely with anti-vax ideology, not the original culture itself. #ISeeTheLightInYou

      • Lee Saunders

        Such a sweet talker, salesmanship, complete with bedside manner,I am sure you could have been a used car salesman with the right opportunity

  • Trish Dewer

    This has to be my favorite so far you mentioned sadly every argument (lack of) I have heard these loonies say. Thanks for some great April humor 🙂

  • Edith Wherton

    I am still trying to see where he made fun of or laughed at parents of autistic kids. But as someone born in the fifties i can tell you about the devastation of polio. You may want to google Daycroft School where it reared its ugly head in 1971. Outbreaks still occur. And there is post polio syndrome.Not fun to watch a cured person suddenly weaken and lose the ability to walk ,swallow or eveen breathe 30 or 40 years on.Then there is rubella and what it does to children in utero. Need we mention smallpox? But no we must cater to the feelings of parents who do not understnd the causes of autism are unknown and want a quick fix. Sometimes stuff happens. No its not nice. But not everything is fixable and not everything is someone elses fault.

  • Futurestart

    OMG Zubin! Super stoked to see you join up with REAL healthcare practitioners (e.g. psychics) on the horrors of vaccinations! Thankfully the rubella vaccine hadn’t been invented yet in 1966, when my Mom contracted “German measles” and passed it along, in utero, to me. The wonderful world of partial eyesight, due to permanently damaged optic nerves, is a testament to the silliness of vaccinations. Again, “Many Thanks” for coming clean on all the errors behind fact-based science. One suggestion though…the “rap” format of your communication style alienates many of us in your target audience. We want Yanni not Young Money.

    • I’ve turned over an entirely new age leaf. Stay tuned for wind chimes, patchouli oil, and incense!

  • If you have something to say, say it. If you have nothing to say, yell. 🙂 well done.

  • AttackMonkeyPDX

    Keep up the great work ZDogg…..this is brilliant. And I love how it stoked the anti-vaxxers fire…..much love up in PDX.

  • Lee Saunders

    leave you all with a little gem check out these brave souls the real doctors with balls.\nDoctors and Scientists with Concerns About Vaccines\nShizuo Akira, MD, PhD\nDavid Amaral, PhD, MIND Institute, UC-Davis\nFrançois-Jérôme Authier, Professor, PhD\nDavid Ayoub, MD, Radiologist\nAnne-Catherine Bachoud-Levia, PhD\nToni Bark, MD\nDavid S. Baskin, PhD\nDenis Bedoret, PhD\nRussell Blaylock, MD, CCN, former clinical assistant professor of \nneurosurgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson,\n MS. and is currently a visiting professor of biology at Belhaven \nUniversity, Jackson, MI\nMary Ann Block, DO\nT. Bobrowicz, PhD\nKenneth Bock, MD\nMarie-Françoise Boissea, PhD\nSubbarao Bondada, PhD\nJeff Bradstreet, MD\nPierre Brugierese, PhD\nJulie Buckley, MD\nThomas Burbacher, MD\nFabrice Bureau, PhD\nRashid Buttar, DO, FAAPM, FACAM, FAAIM\nStephanie F. Cave, MS, MD, FAAFP\nE. Cernichiari, PhD\nPierre Cesaroa, PhD\nLakshman Chelvarajan\nT. Chen, PhD\nXavier Chevalierf, PhD\nShiv Chopra, MSc, PhD\nStephanie Christner, DO\nT. Clarkson, PhD\nJohn Barthelow Classen, MD\nCevayir Coban, PhD\nMaryline Couettea\nAndy Cutler, PhD (research chemist)\nJeffrey Dach, MD\nJosep Dalmau, MD, PhD\nVicky DeBold, PhD, RN\nJamie Deckoff-Jones, MD\nChristophe J Desmet, PhD\nMary Catherine DeSoto, PhD\nRichard Deth, PhD\nJ.G. Dórea, PhD\nPeter Doshi, PhD Johns Hopkins School of Medicine\nM. Duszczyk, PhD\nSteven Edelson, MD, Director of the Autism Research Institute in San \nDiego\n(The late) Mayer Eisenstein, MD\n(The late) Frank Engley Jr. PhD\nHåkan Eriksson, PhD\nChristopher Exley, PhD\nCarl Feinstein, MD\nPeter Fletcher, PhD, former Chief Scientific Officer, at the UK \nDepartment of Health\nLisa Freund, PhD\nPaula A. Garay, PhD\nRobert F. Garry, PhD\nThomas V. Getchell, PhD\nRomain K. Gherardi, Professor, head of the department of Histology, \nHenri Mondor hospital, Paris, Neuropathologic and Clinical activities at\n the Neuromuscular Disease Reference Center, and is coordinator of the \nDepartment of Neurosciences INSERM\nBeatrice Golomb, PhD, MD\nJay Gordon, MD\nK.S. Grant, PhD\nJohn Green, MD\nBoyd Haley, PhD\nRichard Halvorsen, MD\nDiane Harper, MD, MPH, MS\n(The late) Bernadine Healy, MD\nMartha Herbert, MD, PhD, Professor of neurology at Harvard Medical\nLaura Hewitson, PhD\nRobert T. Hitlan, PhD\nAmy Holmes, MD\nBrian Hooker, PhD\nMady Hornig, PhD\nSuzanne Humphries, MD\nMark Hyman, MD\nPhilip Incao, MD\nKen J Ishii, PhD\nEmmanuel Ittie, PhD\nDr. Jill James, PhD\nBryan Jepson, MD\nArchie Kalokerinos, MD\nJerry Kartzinel, MD\nMatthew S. Kayser, MD\nMarcel Kinsbourne, PhD\nKouji Kobiyama, PhD\nSheldon B. Korones, MD\nArthur Krigsman, MD\nPierre Lekeux, PhD\nA. Lerner, PhD\nN. Liberato, PhD\nS.X. Lin, PhD\nAndrew D. Livingston, PhD\nYushu Liu, PhD\nBrian J. Lopresti, PhD\nKurt M. Lucin, PhD\nPatrick Maisona, PhD\nM. D. Majewska, PhD\nJennifer Margulia, PhD\nThomas Marichal, PhD\nN. Scott Mason, PhD\nA. Kimberley McAllister, PhD\nJaquelyn McCandless, MD\nSusan McCreadie, MD\n(The late) Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, MD\n(The late) John Menkes, MD, Former head of pediatric neurology at UCLA \nMedical School. Menkes was also director of pediatric neurology at the \nCedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. In addition, he was a \nmember of the Forum for Vaccine Safety with the National Institute of \nMedicine.\nJoseph Mercola, DO\nClaire Mesnil, PhD\nK. Meyza, PhD\nS. Midha, PhD\nP. Mierzejewski, PhD\nDonald W. Miller, Jr. MD\nRichard Moskowitz, MD\nElizabeth Mumper, MD, Associate professor of clinical pediatrics at the \nUniversity of Virginia\nDevi S. Nambudripod, MD\nMeryl Nass, MD\nC. Nelson, PhD\nE. Newell, PhD\nRaymond Obomsawin, MSc, PhD\nTetyana Obukhanych, PhD\nKeiichi Ohata, PhD\nM. Olczak, PhD\nDr. Mehmet Oz\nLarry Palevsky, MD\nElodie Passeria, PhD\nMichael S. Petrik, PhD\nJon Poling, MD\nDiana Popa, PhD\nMassroor Pourcyrous, MD\nSandy Reider, MD\n(The late) Bernard Rimland, MD\nAviva Jill Romm, MD\nRobert Rowen, MD\nCatherine Sabatel, PhD\nE. M. Sajdel-Sulkowska, PhD\nBob Sears, MD\nMartyn A. Sharpe, PhD\nChris Shaw, Professor, PhD\nDD Shen, PhD\nK. Vijendra Singh, PhD\nYehuda Shoenfeld, MD, FRCP\nPeter Siesjö, PhD\nKen Stoller, MD\nCarol Stott, PhD\nArnold J. Stromberg, PhD\nZ. L. Sulkowski, PhD\nLouise Swarbrick, PhD\nRena C. Tabata, PhD\nSherri Tenpenny, DO\nPaul Thomas, MD\nJaime Tomko, PhD\nLucija Tomljenovic, PhD\nAnju Usman, MD\nEva Vanamee, PhD\nJudy Van de Water, PhD, Immunology, UC Davis\nMichelle Veneziano, DO\nChiara Villac, PhD\nAndrew Wakefield,\nJohn Walker-Smith, Professor\nJudy Wilyman, PhD candidate\nMargaret C. Wong, PhD\nTony Wyss-Coray, PhD\nV.C. Yang, PhD\nAmy Yasko, MD\nEdward Yazbak, MD\nWalter Zahorodny, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of \nMedicine and Dentistry of New Jersey\nA. M. Zavacki, PhD

    • flitesurgn

      The Paleo Cardiologist wants to be added to your list! And, his wife, Heather the Chiropractor certainly would love a spot too, but she fears the Medical Mafia and the Big Pharma hit squad is going to use it for nefarious purposes.\n\nMe? I’d probably just print it out and use it as toilet paper. It’s a veritable cornucopia of pseudoscience believers, germ theory deniers, chemtrailers, cranks, and crackpots. In response, one could post a list of all the doctors that don’t have a problem with vaccines. Of course, that list would be hundreds of thousands of names longer…especially since your loony list includes actual dead doctors in addition to the simply brain dead ‘doctors’.

    • Can you point us to their research please?

  • Willo

    Wow such nasty comments toward one another………..does this really warrant a verbal war between folks? People have become so vile and hateful via these electronic forums………..it’s a shame.

  • My new favorite from ZDogg.

  • Michael Goguen

    Hi, I wanted to share what I posted on a right to vaccine choice website. I plan to post some links below that I think will be helpful in reframing the debate a little bit, but I wanted people to understand that, as someone who has done some of my own research on vaccine safety and other issues, that it was quite hard for me to believe and accept at first, and took many years for me to come to that conclusion, even with a significant amount of other research and activism into corruption and all sorts of other problems that make me question authority and mainstream media above and beyond the vaccine issue alone. Who with a job and a family has time to do intensive research questioning everything that we know and accept as real? It seems a bit riddiculous to do so, unless you have no other choice, doesn’t it? But that is exactly how many people ended up being forced into the predicament of going against the grain, and being ridiculed, because they love their little ones, and to be honest about their own experiences, even if they go against everything else that they think they know or have been told.\n\nso here is the quote from the other page, I will drop the links at the bottom of this comment if they fit.\nPeace.\n\n”\n\nI consider it possible he really believes what he is saying.\nWe forget, some of us, how long our own journey’s have been.\nThat the mainstream media and most of the doctors we know have been lying to us or are miseducated on this subject seems like a huge leap… any intelligent, reasonable individual wouldn’t make that leap carelessly.\n\n\nYou can tell he is hurt and angry, as if everything he knows is invalid, and people are blaming him for intentionally hurting children (he mentions he vaccinated his own children, and I for one believe he probably really cares about his own children, and believed, like most people, that he was helping them).\n\n\nI know it’s really hard to be patient and compassionate, but what people who are facing the challenge and possible guilt of having hurt a lot of innocent people, it doesn’t make it easier for them to question their own complicity in these things but guilt-tripping and blaming them- suggesting they are lazy, dumb, or evil, basically insults the years of commitment they’ve had to the path of healing people, and I’m sure many doctors truly believe they are and go into medicine to help people.\n\n\nIf you can be gentle and patient with him, perhaps we can get him on side, once he sees what’s really going on.\n\n\nBut rather than take our anger out on him for being offended that he is being doubted, it is probably better to help those who are already far enough along to be able to receive the information that many people here worked very hard to get, that often isn’t shared outside of alternative circles very much.\n\n\nyou know i’m considering sharing this on his video, but i know there are others who can understand how hard it is to face the impossible seeming truth that so much of what we’ve held to be true is wrong.\n\n\nyeah i guess I’ll share it there.\n\n\nI will share a post about questioning mainstream media and see if that turns on any lights for him.”\n\nso the first links is just on examining how much mainstream source of information and media are controlled. I’ll let the article speak for itself, it is on a site where people can challenge it if they disagree or find errors in it.\n\nhttps://www.quora.com/Is-there-a-basis-for-believing-that-the-main-stream-media-is-highly-controlled-and-censored/answer/Michael-Goguen?prompt_topic_bio=1\n\nThe second one is a history of medical institutions, the fda, and the rockefeller institute, which can probably be verified historically, but basically that questions how the current system got messed up, and why. It also suggests that, if deception is why the system is messed up, by facing the truth, the system probably can work a lot better, because it was through manipulation and deception that is was redirected from its true and noble goal of helping and healing people.\n\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUpRroefWPk\n\nThere is a robert kennedy article which suggests vaccines themselves may be fine, but that shows in depth the level of corruption in various trusted sources for some of the information we are getting about vaccines, like the cdc, ie congressional hearings on the level of corruption, etc. Doing a search of people involved in the vaccine industry, in government, and in regulating bodies, will show that it is common practice in corrupt systems for people to move through a number of these roles, and get kickbacks and so on for loyalty when they sell out the public interest for private profit, etc.\nThis may sounds dark and depressing, but it suggests that the problem is a very mundane, very solvable one, and that it only persists because it has been able to remain invisible, and by become more clear and transparent, and accountable to the public, it can be realigned with the good it was intended to perform.\nthanks for reading and your open and sincere consideration.\npeace.

    • Argon

      Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water, Michael.

    • Michael Goguen

      This is the article that quotes Robert Kennedy and the known corruption in the CDC, FDA, and other regulatory bodies.\nhttp://pathwaystofamilywellness.org/Informed-Choice/unchecked-power.html\nNoam Chomsky, in the recent documentary ‘Requiem for the American Dream’, mentions ‘regulatory capture’, or the idea that regulating bodies often become cozy with, and eventually become coopted and controlled by, the bodies they are meant to regulate… when the ‘regulated’ have a huge amount of power, and it is in their best interest, or at least in accord with the basic drive and motivations of the bodies being regulated to try and attain more freedom or less regulation in order to pursue their interests, like increasing wealth and power, that over time, unless there is a counterforce (like unions, which sadly, during the period of the Reagan administration in particular in the USA, took a pretty big hit) that the situation tends to drift towards more power and less regulation of the regulated bodies.\n\nHow do we avoid or correct for this? An informed public and responsible journalism is one powerful way- when bodies and institutions are more transparent, it makes it possible for them to be more accountable, and by being accountable, it allows for the greater society politic to realign bodies and institutions more for the public good – there are often many people lobbying for the public good, in every institution, but often they and other potential whistleblowers get drowned out, or minimized. By amplifying the messages of those with legitimate concerns, it allows the greater public consciousness to analyze the problem, and as a social world community, bring solutions to bare.\n\nOnce again thanks for reading and your open and sincere consideration.\nPeace.

  • Regina

    Your sarcasm is very undermining to the educated parents that have suffered at the hands of vaccines. Until one lives it, one will never know. I can say this as a medical professional who once preached what you just so sarcastically posted.

  • Naresh

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  • FACTS

    the truth is emerging by the day.. vaccine paradigm is built on fraud, suppression of evidence, censorship, and attacks on honest critics..
    Launch Press Release
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 20, 2016

    CONTACT: pr@picphysicians.org

    Doctors and Scientists Unite to End Mandatory Vaccination Laws

    Group Dedicated to Safeguarding Informed Consent

    Los Angeles, Calif.—Parents and doctors—not
    politicians—should be making medical decisions for children. A newly
    launched nonprofit called Physicians for Informed Consent (PIC) is now
    joining the cause to get the government out of some of the most
    important conversations parents have with their pediatrician. PIC is
    committed to protecting the rights of parents to make medical decisions
    for their children, and safeguarding doctors’ professional
    responsibility to act ethically and in the best interests of their
    individual patients.

    PIC is dedicated to raising public awareness about the problems posed
    for both parents and doctors by mandatory vaccination laws. In June
    2015, Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB277, one of the most expansive and
    intrusive mandatory vaccination laws in the U.S. These laws discriminate
    against families who, in the best interest of their child’s health, do
    not follow the CDC’s recommended schedule. Politicians have forced their
    way into the conversation about one of the most important medical
    decisions families will make in consultation with their doctors.

    “I started researching the childhood vaccine schedule when I was
    pregnant, and my husband and I decided not to follow the CDC’s
    recommended schedule. When SB277 passed, I felt like our personal
    medical decisions were under attack,” stated Dr. Shira Miller, who
    founded Physicians for Informed Consent in 2015. “Fortunately, I found a
    doctor who had the necessary knowledge to evaluate the risks vaccines
    posed to my children, but I realized the average parent was not going to
    seek an in–depth personalized vaccine risk evaluation and would just do
    whatever their child’s school was now saying needed to be done in order
    to attend.”

    https://physiciansforinformedconsent.org/launch-press-release/

  • Hamilton Melanie

    ZUBIN DAMANIA aka zdoggMD
    Listed Specialty: Internal Medicine
    150 LAS VEGAS BLVD N, UNIT 818, LAS VEGAS, NV, 89101-2919

    In 2013 you received $13,255.00 from AbbVie, Inc. https://projects.propublica.org/docdollars/doctors/pid/1204548

    Any thoughts on Dr. Daniel Neides from the Cleveland Clinic? Make 2017 the year to avoid toxins (good luck) and master your domain: Words on Wellness http://www.cleveland.com/lyndhurst-south-euclid/index.ssf/2017/01/make_2017_the_year_to_avoid_to.html

    While Dr. Neides accepted $16,108 from Eli Lily and Valeant Pharmaceuticals between 2013 – 2015 https://projects.propublica.org/docdollars/doctors/pid/69116, I still applaud him on speaking out on the issue of vaccine efficacy.

    What about CDC whistlrblower Dr. William Thompson http://morganverkamp.com/statement-of-william-w-thompson-ph-d-regarding-the-2004-article-examining-the-possibility-of-a-relationship-between-mmr-vaccine-and-autism/

    There are dozens of other highly credentialed doctors who have questioned the increase in cases of autism and autoimmune disorders. What about them? All “quacks”?

    I will leave you with this, Dr. Damania: Why are we so sick in 2017 despite the best access to healthcare? Dr. Daniel Neides

  • pete

    My wife accidentally got the Gardasil vaccine in very early stages of pregnancy, before we knew we were pregnant with twins. It caused the spontaneous abortion of one of the babies, and the other was born with problems. My wife almost died giving birth, and now have a permanent disability. As a culture we are so lax about vaccines, they hand them out like candy. We need to be rigorous, more family history, pregnancy tests first (the doctor didn’t even ask). You’re an asshole for making a joke of people’s misery, suffering, and death.

    • AutismDadd

      Nope. You ARE making a political statement, it just makes little sense like most of your comments. You joke about suffering and death then claim to be a victim of vaccines.

  • Catherine L

    I’d want to bitch slap any arrogant, patronizing doctor who talked to me like that after my child experienced an adverse reaction to a vaccine which left him hospitalized. Thank God my doctor and pediatrician are not like him