Dr Humphries Believed in Vaccination Legends Until?
It’s impossible to question everything we do… So we do as others and believe that what we’re doing must be right; because, we’re doing it…
We’re likely to get mad at others who use up our valuable time to questions things we don’t have the time and may not feel we have the qualifications to think about…
Which if we think about it; means we don’t have the ability to choose who will think for us…
Therefore we do have the ability to make our own decisions. And sometimes we need to be prodded into reviewing what we believe.
So let’s follow Dr. Humphries on her journey from belief in the shining legends of vaccines eradicating diseases to knowledge and see if we don’t learn something too?
The Forgotten History of Vaccinations You Need to Be Aware Of
By Dr. Mercola
Vaccines are one of the most controversial medical therapies, and it’s impossible to make an informed decision unless you know both sides of the story. In the process of knowing both sides, the historical context is critical.
Dr. Suzanne Humphries, author of Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and the Forgotten History,1 is a nephrologist who has committed the latter part of her medical career to exposing the “lost history” of vaccinations.
Barbara Loe Fisher of NVIC commented that this is one of the rare books that conducted in-depth research documenting the medical history related to mass vaccination programs and infectious diseases.
I have read the book from cover to cover and would strongly recommend that you pick up a copy if you have even the remotest interest in this topic, especially if you believe in the safety and necessity of vaccines, as the comprehensive documentation will likely cause you to reevaluate your position.
It is an absolutely fascinating read, and in some ways demonstrates that enforcement of vaccine programs could be far worse today, when compared to historical standards when people were imprisoned and even killed when they refused to comply.
I will likely reread the book again so I can be well armed to articulately express my concerns on why one needs to have serious reservations on the validity of vaccines, based on historical precedents.
Why This Book Was Written
Dr. Humphries’ interest in this area began in 2009, when several of her patients told her that they’d been perfectly healthy until they got one vaccine or another. Prior to this, she’d been, as she says, “agnostic” about vaccination.
“I had vaccinated my dialysis patients; I, myself, was vaccinated; and I pretty much believed what I was taught in medical school,” she says.