Accuracy and Informed Consent in Medicine:
What doctors don’t know about vaccination can harm you
Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine
46 University Drive, Augusta, Maine
Sunday, November 6th, 3 pm
Dr. Suzanne Humphries is a private medical consultant with a current American Board of Internal Medicine certification in nephrology, who practices in Maine and Virginia. She is co-author of Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and the Forgotten History, and has lectured throughout Scandinavia, the USA and New Zealand on vaccines, holistic health, infant immunity, and vitamin C.
Dr. Humphries was a physician at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor in 2009, when a kidney patient mentioned to her that, “I was fine until I got that flu shot.” This simple comment took her down a path to figure out if her hospital’s policy of vaccinating her renal patients was having an adverse impact on their outcomes, and to ask for evidence that supported the policy. No evidence was offered.
Then Dr. Humphries started to find out how much she did not know about vaccination.
Seven years later, Dr. Humphries has become an world renowned expert on vaccine risk, teaching and testifying internationally on the subject. Her book, “Dissolving Illusions,” has put the impact of vaccination in a proper historical perspective and remains an Amazon top ten best seller in the medical texts categories of Infections Diseases, Medical History and Viral Diseases three years after publication. She returns to Maine on November 6th to talk about her experience and her research, and to discuss her new book, “Rising from the Dead.”
Maine physician Dr. Meryl Nass has given 7 Congressional testimonies on anthrax vaccine, bioterrorism mitigation, and Gulf War syndrome. She has consulted for the Director of National Intelligence, for the Interamerican Development Bank, a World Bank affiliate, for Microsoft Research Lab and for the Cuban Ministry of Health. Dr. Nass identified the first modern use of anthrax in biological warfare, which occurred in Zimbabwe in 1978.
Dr. Nass will be discussing the safety and effectiveness of the flu shot and the Tdap vaccine, which the state of Maine is currently considering adding to the vaccine requirements for Jr. High school.
Ginger Taylor, MS, Director of The Maine Coalition for Vaccine Choice, will give an overview of the current threats to vaccine exemptions in Maine, proposed federal policy on adult vaccine requirements, and the announcement by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. of his Tennessee case, the first vaccine induce autism case to be brought before a jury in the United States, and it’s precedent of legal exposure of physicians for vaccine injury to their patients.
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