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The Truth About Vaccines: How We Are Used as Guinea Pigs Without Knowing It Paperback – 3 Jun 2007
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We no longer entirely trust what we are being told by medical experts, particular when vaccines are concerned. Once the pinnacle of medical achievement, vaccines are denting our belief in medicine. As was the case with BSE, we lurch from scare to scare while government action appears to increase the confusion at large rather than resolve it. In a series of investigations to get to the heart of the matter, GP Richard Halvorsen speaks to health officials, researchers, fellow GPs and parents to uncover the truth about vaccines. In an alarming pattern of discovery, he finds that GPs are not being accurate information and often live in fear of being seen to criticise. Medical researchers who are there establish the truth often find that impartial research is not allowed, while there is sphinx like silence from health authorities why the cheapest vaccine seems to prevail even though it is frequently not the safest vaccine. Alarmingly, a new threat is on the horizon, in pharmaceutical companies who - hungry for new areas to profit from - have discovered vaccines using fear as their marketing tool.Most damningly, he has uncovered irrefutable evidence of dangerous levels of heavy metals in common vaccines.
About the Author
Doctor Richard Halvorsen has been a family doctor in London for twenty five years and has spent five years researching and writing this book on vaccines. He lives in London.