blocking the doors of truth

Re-diagnosis of diseases is a real problem

“… faced with a patient who has all the signs and symptoms of a particular disease, from which they have been ‘protected’ by immunization, it is obviously difficult [for doctors] to make the diagnosis they would have made if faced by such a case in an unvaccinated person. By calling the disease something else they are protecting their belief system, and the integrity of the theories around which they have built their actions, such as vaccination. … All this is done to protect a system, and to help to save the public from having doubt as to the efficacy of methods. Re-diagnosis is a real phenomenon, and happens all the time. In the case of diphtheria this was rampant, and it is interesting to note that it was only the vaccinated cases of diphtheria which were diagnosed as something else. In some epidemics the figure of re-diagnosis reached 60% of cases. It is hard to see what sense can be made of statistics when they are based on inaccuracies of this sort.” — Leon Chaitow, ND, DO

“As the West German physician Wolfgang Ehrengut suggested in one of his studies (1980), it may be that doctors have a negative bias against vaccine reactions (or failures), an unwillingness to believe, because ‘what must not be, therefore, cannot be.’ It must not be true because, they think, what will we do if it is true?” — Harris L. Coulter and Barbara Loe Fisher, A Shot In The Dark

Courtesy: The Outliers
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