Vaccine Semantics: scientific definition of Effective does not mean protected or safe

Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny warns about the perils of vaccination in this excellent interview. She explores the concept of vaccine effectiveness and the assumption that a produced antibody results in 'protection' from illness. She explores the assault and exposure of chemicals and toxins on our newborns whose bodies are by definition immature. 

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is an osteopathic medical doctor who incorporates integrative medicine in her practice for treating allergies, childhood illnesses and women’s health issues. She is also one of the nation’s most knowledgeable and outspoken physicians regarding the adverse impact of vaccines on public health and their medical risks in children. Sherri’s recent DVD – “Flu and Flu Vaccines: What’s Coming Through That Needle” is an invaluable resource for educating people on influenza and the flu vaccines. She is also the author of two books, “Fowl: Bird Flu, It is Not What You Think” and “Saying No to Vaccines: A Resource Guide for All Ages.” Dr. Tenpenny sits on the Board of Directors of International Medical Council on Vaccination.



Outbreaks in FULLY VACCINATED individuals. 


Vaccination

Vaccination is the ACT of giving a shot.
Immunization means that you have 'become immune'

Immunity is a natural infection, from a community acquired virus.
Vaccination engages only one side of the immune system which is called the TH2 arm. That is why when you have an antibody over time it goes away.
When you have a community acquired infection such as measles, or mumps, or influenza or chicken pox it engages BOTH sides of the immune system. It engages the TH1 which engages the 'self immunity'. 


Dr. Tenpenny Vaccine Information: www.drtenpenny.com

Dr. Tenpenny’s integrative medical center: www.tenpennyimc.com

Recorded November, 2011

You just earned points!
Login to save points.
Earn your spot on the leaderboard.

You earned Health Freedom Idaho points!

You're on your way to the top of the leaderboard!