Before we get to the video of Dr. Julie Gerberding of the Centers for Disease Control, watch this YouTube video of an interview of lawyer Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. by another lawyer discussing the data that vaccinations are causing autism in some children. Mr. Kennedy refers to the "proof" that this isn’t so as "classic tobacco science"; unfortunately, the story is rife with bureaucrats, a secret meeting and … I’ll let you decide:
[Added to YouTube on October 19, 2007]
That’s pretty sickening, although to many of us, this is not new news. Now, having seen that (and note that I’m not sure whether it was conducted before the next interview), view the video below with Dr. Julie Gerberding, Director of the Centers for Disease Control, and note the difference in tone and approach:
(Added to YouTube on April 02, 2008)
I’m obviously not the only person who’s noticed the amazing incidence and increase of disabilities and disease among the American public — illnesses and disabilities that were not so prevalent when I was younger. (An example is our Harvard & Mayo Clinic say pesticides linked to Parkinson’s.)
Perhaps I’m a cautious character, but I’m not a huge believer in blindly dosing myself with one drug or another on the say-so of … well, anyone, including doctors. The fact is that doctors often get their information from drug companies who, of course, want to sell their wares. But who among us has not marvelled at the current drug commercials on television — forced at last to give warnings to the public, they sound pretty much like: "Sure, [name of drug here] can cause headaches, dizziness, nausea, diarrhea, muscle cramps, stroke and you could die … but you could lead a better life."
Right. Kind of reminds me of the Jack Nicholson character in As Good as It Gets: "I’m not going to let you inject me with the plague, either".
Read Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s Deadly immunity at Salon.com (published June 16, 2005).
[Hat tip to Dr. Mercola]
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