Dr. Weeks’ Comment: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) endorsed formula feeding over breast milk until it was too embarrassing but it still follows the money. 80% of all vaccinations in America are given in pediatrician’s offices. Ask any pediatrician what % of her or his income derives from vaccinations (office visits, well baby check ins and the wholesale retail mark up) and you will see why the AAP endorses vaccinations.
50 Studies the AAP Avoided to Mention
There is a robust, worldwide body of published science from highly esteemed scientists questioning the safety of many different aspects of vaccines. So how come we never hear from them?
The majority of the most compelling science has been published since 2010. Below find 50 such studies to consider, sorted chronologically, and note that these studies only represent a portion of the published work implicating vaccinations in a wide variety of negative health outcomes.
The American Academy of Pediatrics made representations to President Trump in letter dated 2-7-17 that are utterly indefensible and inaccurate.
AAP wrote: “Claims that vaccines are unsafe when administered according to expert recommendations have been disproven by a robust body of medical literature…we write to express our unequivocal support for the safety of vaccines.”
We contend that the AAP’s statements to the President are baseless, reckless, and easily refuted. The AAP’s letter alone supports the President’s desire to field a Vaccine Safety Commission and do all we can to make vaccines as safe as possible.