June 23, 2022 Robert Yoho, retired cosmetic surgeon
Show Notes

As I reviewed in another recent post, you and your children must avoid all vaccines—including influenza, which is another ineffective fraud (see HERE or search Cochrane reviews about it and see for yourself). The stories about vaccine health disasters include ruinous disabilities or death occurring immediately after injection. These are chronicled in many places, notably in VAXXED and (the better) VAXXED 2 movies.

Unprecedented liability shields for vaccine manufacturers were signed into law in the 1980s. This emboldened the Pharma companies, which launched a gold rush to hatch new jabs. All their new concoctions were toxic, some of them profoundly so. And later analysis proved that sanitation rather than the new injections was responsible for the ensuing public health improvements.

United States rates for autism were 1/10,000 in the 1980s at a time when there were only 24 doses of vaccines given. But after the heedless scramble to fabricate these liability-free injections—there were 72 doses on the pediatric schedule by 2018—autism rates became an epidemic of 1/50 kids. No one can blame pollution, cell phone radiation, or space aliens for the child who started banging his head and never spoke again on the day he got a jab. 

I knew pediatricians were the worst-paid physicians, and always thought they were the most ethical. But pharma companies generally kick back 20 percent of the cost of shots given in a doctor’s office, and I suspect this includes vaccinations. This would explain pediatricians’ hearty enthusiasm for “well-child visits.” 

When such a payoff is between physicians instead of between doctors and a corporation, an arrangement like this is a federal felony called “capping.” 

See for the complete essay. See to learn about my books, Butchered by “Healthcare” and Hormone Secrets. My essay with links to COVID treatment and more is HERE

“LEGAL” DISCLAIMER: Use this information at your own risk. It is general commentary and not medical advice. Robert Yoho is retired and no longer practices medicine. Make your healthcare decisions with the help of a physician or other licensed provider. 

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