Is Shaken Baby Syndrome Often Misdiagnosed and Caused by Vaccine-Induced Rickets?Since the conventional medical system ignores vaccine injuries and even denies they exist, very few physicians today know how to diagnose injuries and illnesses caused by vaccines. Yet, this ignorance in the medical system does not mean there is not solid scientific evidence showing some of the harmful effects of vaccines. One of the truly tragic situations we are seeing today among infants suffering from vaccine damage is the prevalence of vaccine-induced rickets. The typical characteristics of an infant suffering from vaccine-induced rickets are often misdiagnosed as being caused by parents abusing their babies by shaking them too hard. In these cases, the family suffers twice: first by the damage to their child caused by vaccines, and then by the medical and social welfare systems who blame the parents and take away their children. Christina England highlights this growing problem in today's society.
Is Shaken Baby Syndrome Often Misdiagnosed and Caused by Vaccine-Induced Rickets?Perhaps I should start with an article by Richard Smith, a former editor of British Medical Journal (BMJ) titled "Is pharmaceutical industry like the Mafia?" which is a foreword to the book by Peter Goetzsche "Deadly Medicines and Organised Crime. How Big Pharma Has Corrupted Healthcare." He wrote, "There must be a lot of people who shudder when they hear that Peter Goetzsche will be speaking at a meeting or see his name on the contents list of a journal. He is like the young boy who not only could see that the emperor had no clothes but also said so." "And he is not the first who compares the industry with the Mafia and the mob. He quotes a former vice president of Pfizer who has said: It is scary how many similarities there are between the industry and the mob. The mob makes obscene amounts of money, as does the industry. The side effects of organized crime are killings and deaths and the side effects are the same in this industry. The mob bribes politicians and others, and so does the drug industry." Peter's book doesn't let doctors and academics avoid blame. Indeed, it might be argued that drug companies are doing what is expected of them in maximising financial returns for shareholders, but doctors and academics are supposed to have a higher calling. Laws that are requiring companies to declare payments to doctors are showing that very high proportions of doctors are beholders to the drug industry and that many are payed six figures sums for advising companies or giving talks on their behalf...They are the 'hired guns' of the industry". Peter Goetzsche is coming to Australia in February to give series of talks and sell his book. I haven't heard anything abouit that in the media. The media were jumping up and down about Dr Tenpenny's talks. I am curious whether, closer to the dates, we shall witness the same overdrive of hate and threats by the medical fanatics. Or, maybe the organisers are keeping their cards closer to their chests.