Why Americans are so unhealthy?

I am very sad to say that hate has taken over my page and the country as a matter of fact.

My goal has always been to stimulate discussion on a variety of topics. This is how we make advancements in science.

Unfortunately, I posted a blog about my journey with patients and their children being injured by vaccination. Hateful comments and remarks were done on my page. It is very sad to see this. They do not take into consideration the thousands of parents who have to live with vaccine-injured children.

My son was very sick at some point of his life and he needed constant attention and care. It was very hard.  I just can’t image how those parents of vaccine-injured kids need to endure daily.

I have met several. They are exhausted, drained, depleted. Often time, parents end up splitting up because there is so much tension building up in the family and they can’t live together anymore.

So, I got those hateful and mean comments because I have witnessed over and over this situation and I have decided to speak up and tell the truth. It is not a pretty picture. I understand why people do not want to speak up. They would receive the same treatment I received.

Shamelessly they attacked everyone who dared to be on my side. They ridiculed sick kids, parents who have autistic kids, parents who have vaccine-injured kids and they also make fun of a woman who breastfed her kid! They used profanities and cuss words to “defend” their points. But ironically, none of them brought scientific value to the discussion.

They used ad hominem attacks, circular reasonings, hasty generalizations, missing the point arguments, post hoc fallacies, among other fallacious claims.

Ironically enough, none of them were MDs so based on their own arguments (that only MDs should comment on vaccines or health topics), they should not have said anything. And to top it off, none of them proved that I was wrong. 😊

And yes, I am sorry that I am not perfectly fluent in English. My first language is French. I had to learn a second language late in my adult life. Yes, I make typos and sometimes I use the wrong tense of verb or the wrong word. I am still trying to perfection my English. I should not apologize, but several were attacking me on this, which is very deplorable.

And to be clear, I HAVE NEVER CLAIMED THAT I WAS A MD, EVER. Actually, I am glad that I am not a MD. MDs have no training in nutrition and no training in science. Who make advancements in science? PhDs, not MDs. And I am so relieved to not be part of the third leading cause of deaths in the country. I do not know how I would sleep at night… ☹

Ph.D. stands for philosophiae doctor. If you break these words down, it means doctor of science, the highest degree on any subject. Yes, I spent more than 7 years to complete my Ph.D. and then I spent 6 years at Mass General Hospital/Harvard Medical School/Harvard Stem Cell Institute.

Several of those comments were made by people who did not understand what a PhD is. And they think we will believe what they have to say about vaccines when they can’t comprehend a basic term? 😊

In my 15 years of training (which is twice has much as MD FYI), I acquired strong skills in biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology, physiology, immunology, microbiology, and statistics.

That being said, let’s go back to science and facts.

In that famous post, I made the claim that the Japanese has a different vaccine schedule.

Again, I got viciously attacked for spreading “misinformation”.

Let’s look into this claim that I made, using the “fact” of the pro-vaxers clan. Let’s use what they claim is the truth against themselves 😊

They claim that the vaccine schedule of Japan and USA is the same and they sent me a document entitled

“Changes in the Immunization Schedule Recommended by the Japan Pediatric Society August 1, 2018”.

You can Google it and you will see the vaccine schedule used in Japan. Yes. Even MDs use GoogleJ

The U.S. has the highest infant mortality rate of all industrialized countries, with more American children dying at birth and in their first year than in any other comparable nation. More than half of those who survive develop at least one chronic illness. The American infant mortality rate is 5.8 per 1000 live births. The Japanese rate is 2.8 per 1000 live births, the lowest in industrialized countries.

U.S. infant mortality ranks behind 55 other countries and is worse than the rate in Latvia, Slovakia or Cuba. This is again a fact. You can verify this on your own.

The question I am asking is: Is the vaccination schedule the cause of this major difference between the 2 countries?

Maybe. We can’t tell for sure because no study has ever been done, but here’s a few points of concern that we need to investigate.

In 1994, Japan transitioned away from mandatory vaccination in public health centers to voluntary vaccination in doctors’ offices, guided by the concept that “it is better that vaccination is performed by children’s family doctors who are familiar with their health conditions.

Japan also banned the MMR vaccine in the same time frame, due to thousands of serious injuries over a four-year period—producing an injury rate of one in 900 children that was “over 2,000 times higher than the expected rate.” Again, a fact that is verifiable.

It initially offered separate measles and rubella vaccines following its abandonment of the MMR vaccine; Japan now recommends a combined measles-rubella (MR) vaccine for routine use but still shuns the MMR. Again, another fact.

Here are key differences between the Japanese and U.S. vaccine programs:

·         Japan has no vaccine mandates, instead recommending vaccines that are either “routine” (covered by insurance) or “voluntary” (self-pay).

·         Japan does not vaccinate newborns with the hepatitis B (Hep B) vaccine, unless the mother is hepatitis B positive.

·         Japan does not vaccinate pregnant mothers with the tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccine.

·         Japan does not give flu shots to pregnant mothers or to six-month-old infants.

·         Japan does not give the MMR vaccine, instead recommending an MR vaccine.

·         Japan does not require the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine.

In major contrast, the American vaccine schedule contains more doses of vaccines. We prescribe routine vaccination during pregnancy like the flu shot, calls for the first Hep B vaccine dose within 24 hours of birth, and follows up with 20 to 22 vaccine doses in the first year alone.

No other developed country administers as many vaccine doses in the first two years of life, than USA. Again, another fact.

This is the most concerning fact it that the Hep B vaccine injects a newborn with a 250-microgram load of aluminum all at once. Tons of evidence show without any doubt that aluminum is a neurotoxic. Again, fact.

It is very alarming that today there are no study to back up the safety of exposing infants to such high levels of the injected metal.

In fact, the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) upper limit for aluminum in intravenous fluids for newborns is far lower at five micrograms per kilogram per day (mcg/kg/day)—and even at these levels, researchers have documented the potential for impaired neurologic development. We all trust the FDA, right? So, another fact.

For an average newborn weighing 7.5 pounds, the Hep B vaccine has over 15 times more aluminum than the FDA’s upper limit for IV solutions. Again, fact.

Unlike Japan, the U.S. administers flu and Tdap vaccines to pregnant women babies receive flu shots at six months of age, continuing every single year thereafter.

Manufacturers have never tested the safety of flu shots administered during pregnancy. Again, fact.

Japan initially recommended the HPV vaccine but stopped doing so in 2013 after serious health problems prompted numerous lawsuits. Japanese researchers have since confirmed a relationship between the HPV vaccine and a variety of side effects, including death. Again, fact.

U.S. vaccine proponents claim the U.S. vaccine schedule is similar to schedules in other developed countries, but this claim is inaccurate upon scrutiny.

Most other countries do not recommend vaccination during pregnancy, and very few vaccinate on the first day of life. This is important because the number, type and timing of exposure to vaccines can greatly influence their adverse impact on developing fetuses and newborns, who are particularly vulnerable to toxic exposures and early immune activation. Studies show that activation of pregnant women’s immune systems can cause developmental problems in their offspring.

Why are pregnant women in the U.S. advised to protect their developing fetuses by avoiding alcohol and mercury-containing tuna fish, but actively prompted to receive immune-activating Tdap and flu vaccines, which still contain mercury (in multi-dose vials) and other untested substances?

 My question is if vaccines save lives, why are American children so sick and are dying at a faster rate than 55 more countries?

Is this because of the vaccination schedule? Maybe.

Being a scientist, I suspect there is other factors as well, such as stress, social lives or nutrition. I can’t imagine that vaccines alone explain this, but it is very possible.

What I am asking is very simple: respectful conversations in order to analyze and change the vaccine schedule is deemed necessary.

All this for our children’s health

Luke 10:27

“‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’[a]; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’

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