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Wed Jun 1, 2016, 09:00 AM

No More Vaccines at Cool Springs Family Medicine

We will no longer be administering Vaccines at Cool Springs Family Medicine (CSFM).

How come?

1. Because they can cause Autism – yes, I’ve had 15 years’ experience in taking care of ASD kids, that’s a lot of vaccine injury stories from moms. Don’t tell me that they are making it up or they are just reaching for an explanation, or that it was a coincidence or that they are just too stressed, or that they are uninformed. All of those arguments are stupid.

Don’t quote the single study by the CDC that shows that MMR is not linked to Autism. One of the authors of that paper, Dr. Thompson, said that the data was falsified and the study manipulated. So, with this information and the lack of studies that prove the safety of combined vaccines, I can do no harm, so I’m out.

2. Polysorbate 80, Aluminum, formaldehyde, animal DNA with viruses, and many other ingredients in vaccines, are not good to inject into babies. Think of cancer, and autoimmune disease.

link: http://www.csfmed.net/no-more-vaccines-at-cool-springs-family-medicine/


My son has autism. How that came to be will probably never be known. There is considerable evidence that shows that vaccines DO NOT cause autism. Vaccines can cause injury(my son's epilepsy was caused by a reaction to the flu mist.) That being said, the risk of injury is low. Vaccines save more lives than they cause injury. If I used this physician group, they would be fired. Immediately.

All I can say is that I hope they have upped the value of their malpractice insurance. As soon as one of their patients gets a preventable disease and dies or has a lifelong complication, the parents will sue them out of existence.

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Reply No More Vaccines at Cool Springs Family Medicine (Original post)
Boadicea Jun 2016 OP
Juan Rico Jun 2016 #1
Boadicea Jun 2016 #2
Juan Rico Jun 2016 #3
Boadicea Jun 2016 #4
Juan Rico Jun 2016 #5
Boadicea Jun 2016 #6
Juan Rico Jun 2016 #7
Inlander Jun 2016 #14
Frankenvoter Jun 2016 #8
Scary Red Jun 2016 #10
Boadicea Jun 2016 #13
D.Libby Jun 2016 #9
Boadicea Jun 2016 #11
D.Libby Jun 2016 #12
LaughingGull Jun 2016 #15
Boadicea Jun 2016 #16
DoDaMan Jun 2016 #17
Boadicea Jun 2016 #19
Currentsitguy Jun 2016 #18
Boadicea Jun 2016 #20
oldenuff35 Jun 2016 #21
Boadicea Jun 2016 #22

Response to Boadicea (Original post)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 09:06 AM

1. Many pseudosciences and superstitions are (relatively) harmless. The anti-vax movement isn't

one of them.

If I used this physician group, they would be fired. Immediately.

Same here. Luckily, my physician uses normal Western medicine...the stuff that works.

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Response to Juan Rico (Reply #1)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 09:09 AM

2. Mine too. My son's pediatrician will not see patients that are not vaccinated.

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Response to Boadicea (Reply #2)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 09:11 AM

3. Good for him or her. I'm not exactly a fan of government intervening in private life, but I'm not

an absolutist on the subject. I'll make an exception for vaccinations, having read about the horrors of diseases such as polio and smallpox.

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Response to Juan Rico (Reply #3)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 09:14 AM

4. His practice sent out a letter many years ago. In it, he explained that he sees many babies

and that he would not endanger the lives of the babies to see the few who refused to vaccinate. People forget the terrible diseases. Whooping cough, tetanus, small pox, polio, all can cause many complications, and they are preventable.

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Response to Boadicea (Reply #4)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 09:22 AM

5. The ignorance of anti-vaxxers is stunning to me. These diseases used to *devastate* children.



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Response to Juan Rico (Reply #5)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 09:35 AM

6. I know. My grandfather's brother had a disease like scarlet fever or rubella or something like that

and it caused him to be blind. They didn't have the vaccines then. I think that most people are too far removed from the diseases. They've never seen the effects of polio because the vaccine program IS so successful. Unfortunately, I think it will take a resurgence in these preventable diseases for people to wake up and educate themselves.

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Response to Boadicea (Reply #6)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 09:37 AM

7. The average person is stunningly ignnorant of history in general, I'm afraid.

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Response to Juan Rico (Reply #7)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 12:33 PM

14. Yes - and we do that on purpose. If we made it interesting and relevant, they

would never quit questioning, learning. That could cause all sorts of heartbreak.

It's hard enough to drive that out in the first few years of schooling.

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Response to Juan Rico (Reply #5)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 09:46 AM

8. Who's kids are they?

The parents, or the governments? The govt. always knows best, always and without any doubt, and because they decree something, we'd better just all fall into line and be good little subjects of our overlords.

If they are that concerned about the health of little kids, why don't they clamp down on some of these welfare mothers I've had the displeasure of having to go into their filthy homes to service and have to immediately change my clothes, with a clean set I keep on the truck for that purpose, lest I infect MY house with roaches and bedbugs?

You should see some of these houses. Trash everywhere, open cans of soup that have been left on the counter so long cobwebs are growing from the lid to the can. A trail to follow through the various rooms because of all the debris on the floor, dirty clothes, trash, used diapers, animal feces, etc.

I suppose THOSE kids probably are better off being vaccinated, from the botulism and typhoid lurking around that particular house, but never an order for that mother (and the sometimes father, whoever he happens to be at the moment) to clean it up. Social workers don't seem to be concerned about THAT particular health hazard. The only thing they worry about is if she has enough money on this months check, and has she been busy in the last month, getting another one in the oven and on the way, so we can give her that pay raise.

I have seen pot plants growing out of the carpet, because someone dropped seeds on the floor in a sopping wet from what I don't know carpet, and it proved it most def WAS a weed that would grow in the harshest conditions. Why not get rid of the source of those diseases, rather than making sure their kids are vaccinated against them?

Oh, that's right, that would be disrespectful and mean to that welfare mommy who has her hands so full and is so harried, that what we SHOULD do, is add household cleaning services to her benefit package. Yeah, lets do that instead.

And always remember, they aren't your kids anymore, they are the governments, and you will damn well do what they are ordering, lest they take them away from you to be raised in an indoctrination center/orphanage. If your kids have been vaxed, why do you give a feces whether or not the kid sitting next to them has or hasn't? Your side never answers that particular question.

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Response to Boadicea (Reply #4)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 10:48 AM

10. I went to grade school with a girl crippled from polio...

and was told my father had a brother who died from scarlet fever when he was very young.

Maybe there are a few questionable vaccinations, but vaccination was perhaps the greatest medical discovery in history. To allow the horrors of smallpox and others to return because of some ridiculous belief is insane.





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Response to Scary Red (Reply #10)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 11:06 AM

13. I agree.

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Response to Juan Rico (Reply #3)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 10:39 AM

9. Trump is a stupid anti-vaxxer

I know...zero surprise

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Response to D.Libby (Reply #9)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 10:53 AM

11. Yes, he is.

He has many flaws and stupid ideas.

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Response to Boadicea (Reply #11)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 10:59 AM

12. I'm sure all his children were vaccinated.

He's not just flawed and stupid...he's Don the Con Man. Fraud through and through.

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Response to Boadicea (Original post)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 01:47 PM

15. There are enough people who cannot get vaccines for medical reasons.

We don't need more exposure from people who are unvaccinated due to idiocy.

For instance, I have an anaphylaxis allergy to several of the anti-biotics used in manufacturing vaccines. Because of that, I can't get the measles booster, the german measles booster, the flu vaccines or the shingles vaccine, which I wish very much that I could get.

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Response to LaughingGull (Reply #15)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 02:03 PM

16. Exactly. We need the herd to help protect those who cannot be vaccinated.

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Response to Boadicea (Original post)

Wed Jun 1, 2016, 04:28 PM

17. This is in my "neck of the woods"

Cools Springs is local to me. It's part of Brentwood and Franklin Tn. This area is pretty much the "Healthcare" capital of the world with a lot of folks working for 5 or so of the largest healthcare providers in the U.S. So it's very affluent. My wife works in Cool Springs and is a Director over 30+ hospitals.

So what am I getting at? This are is "upper middle class" and with a lot of health care background. It will be interesting to see what folks in the area say.

I think the average family income in the area is $160K a year or so and was the wealthiest city in the U.S based on cost of living in either 2010 or 2011 (Brentwood).

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Response to DoDaMan (Reply #17)

Fri Jun 3, 2016, 08:16 AM

19. It's a couple of hours north of me. I love the mall there.

The market will determine the success of this practice, I think. I also believe that it will more than likely be successful UNTIL there is some kind of outbreak in the area. Once that happens, mayhem will follow.

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Response to Boadicea (Original post)

Thu Jun 2, 2016, 11:39 AM

18. My mom

Was in one of the local Pittsburgh Area High Schools that were part of Dr Jonas Salk's original Polio Vaccine trials. I can tell you she is pretty grateful.

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Response to Currentsitguy (Reply #18)

Fri Jun 3, 2016, 08:16 AM

20. I know I would be.

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Response to Boadicea (Original post)

Fri Jun 24, 2016, 04:10 PM

21. I'm sorry for your son but the obvious has to be asked.

Where is your degree, PhD, in Medicine, Biochem, Chemistry, and where is the solid and repeatable research to back this up? Explain how the scientific method has brought you to this conclusion.

Word of mouth is not even allowed in court in a purse snatching case.

You have stories that you want to be true because you really want someone to blame...

I would prefer solid science be applied to find the cause....

Science has not cured cancer yet either but they are still doing the research toward that end and not putting their money on hearsay and easy unsupported answers.

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Response to oldenuff35 (Reply #21)

Fri Jun 24, 2016, 05:31 PM

22. I don't think I understand your questions.

The pediatric neurologist at huntsville hospital and at UAB both agreed that my son's epilepsy was caused by a rare reaction to the flu mist. They both have MD's and specialize in epilepsy. In my own research, I have found studies published by the Natonal institute of health and on the CDC website regarding seizures and the flu mist. There is actually a vaccine injury division of the cdc because vaccines can cause injury rarely.

In regards to his autism, I blame no one. He is who he is. He was born that way. He has always had autism and always will. I do think there are things in our food and environment that can affect the brain in ways we dont know, and that needs to be studied.

I think people should get vaccines. I am not anti vaccine. I do blame myself for his epilepsy. Had I not made him take that quad vaccine up the nose instead of a shot, he may never have had a seizure. That is something I live with every day, but I don't tell people not to vaccinate.

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