Former Emergency Physician Warns Vaccines are Unsafe
Davis, who has worked in medicine for 50 years, claims 98-99% of serious injuries caused by vaccines go unreported by pediatricians and emergency physicians - ignoring the mandate of National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act. With families not able to put their trust in physicians, Davis urges parents to educate themselves to make informed decisions regarding their children's welfare.
"Mercury and aluminum, known nervous system poisons, cannot be allowed to continue being injected into babies and children in increasing numbers in the face of a worldwide pandemic of autism and other man made degenerative diseases," says Davis. "A thousand fold increase in autism over the past forty years correlates with an increase from four to sixty eight first year vaccines. Parents cannot allow themselves to be bullied by doctors and the media."
"Who Can Parents Trust?"
By David Denton Davis, MD
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 142 pages | ISBN 9781982204372
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 142 pages | ISBN 9781982204396
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About the Author
David Denton Davis, MD, is a Vietnam veteran and a charter member of the American College of Emergency Physicians, established in 1968. He served as an elected board member during the creation of emergency medicine (EM) as a specialty. He practiced EM in Boston and later in San Diego. He is also the author of "Dancing Cats Silent Canaries" and "Polly's Promise." He currently lives in La Jolla, California.
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