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Cleveland Clinic Doctor Reveals the Truth About Vaccines

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A Cleveland Clinic doctor published an anti-vaccine blog post which created a social media uproar, inciting the prestigious medical center to declare a statement disclosing their trust in the effectiveness of vaccines on the health of the population.
Dr. Daniel Neides, medical director and chief operating officer of the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, made an observation questioning whether if vaccines can be accounted for the increase in diagnosed neurological diseases, such as autism and ADHD, suggesting that their ingredients are harmful to newborns.
“Does the vaccine burden, as has been debated for years, cause autism?”, stated Dr. Daniel Neides in his online report. “I don’t know and will not debate that here. What I will stand up and scream is that newborns without intact immune systems and detoxification systems are being overburdened with preservative and adjuvants in the vaccines.”
Additionally, he also addressed how several vaccines do and have helped decrease the prevalence of childhood communicable diseases, such as meningitis and pneumonia, but not at the cost of neurologic diseases, such as autism and ADHD, which have incremented at startling percentages. Dr. Neides proposed in his blog post that vaccines should be delayed and ultimately spread out among children to reduce their exposure to redundant chemicals, further claiming that such are toxic.
Dr. Daniel Neides’ appalling allegation triggered a tremendous response on social media from doctors and other professionals in the scientific community, claiming his declarations were sudden and compelling.
Numerous large-scale research studies have been conducted involving the participation of thousands of individuals from several countries, however, these have yet to establish a connection between autism and childhood vaccinations. Furthermore, there’s not enough evidence to support Dr. Neides’ argument regarding the current amount and frequency of vaccines on infants. Babies’ immune systems are believed to be strong enough to endure the shots. Researchers haven’t found sufficient evidence to associate the relevance between the amount of immunizations a child receives within their first two years of life and neuropsychological developments which may occur later in their lives. On the other hand, delaying and refusing the use of vaccines can increase a child’s risk of disease as well as vaccine-preventable outbreaks.

Ongoing Anti-Vaccine Issues

Due to Dr. Daniel Neides’ anti-vaccine blog post, the Cleveland Clinic, a top research hospital, is now facing credibility issues. Whatever the case however, various rogue anti-vaccine factions do exist throughout medicine, which repeatedly obscure the public health conversation about immunizations and vaccines.
In fact, parents who choose to delay, spread out or selectively vaccinate their kids report following the recommendations of a guidebook titled, “the Vaccine Book”, written by Bob Sears, a pediatrician from Southern California.
“Vaccination isn’t an all-or-nothing decision,” wrote Sears in his rated number-one bestselling children’s health book. “Some vaccine-preventable diseases aren’t all that bad,” he disputed, “and it’s not clear why people still inoculate their kids for scourges such as polio, a crippling disease that’s no longer common in the United States.” Dr. Bob Sears suggests spreading out the shots and even skipping those that parents find disagreeable. Even several doctors have been unprecedentedly agreeing.  

Vaccines Revealed: Doctors' Allegations on Effectiveness

The medical profession has been struggling with its divided guidance regarding the use of vaccines and immunizations, and the many claims of dangerous even deadly side effects of these. Dealing with the delicate topic of vaccinations and the bold claims of doctors can be difficult, especially because healthcare professionals can make statements without consequences like losing their medical licenses.
Regardless of each doctor’s standing opinion on the subject, with a president-elect coming into office who’s also shared an anti-vaccine rhetoric, the medical profession will have to think carefully on the content they publish in the future.
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Dr. Daniel Neides' revelation on the truth of vaccines and their effects on the population have caused a tremendous impact on the medical profession. From supporting doctors and individuals to opposing parties, people have made their opinions on the subject known. Vaccines have long been used to immunize people however, their side effects have yet to be disclosed.
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