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Dr. Jim Meehan, M.D- .I will no longer vaccinate my children...

...I will no longer vaccinate my children...
...because I am a well trained medical doctor and former medical journal editor that has studied the vaccine research and analyzed both sides of the evidence.
...because I know how to read the medical literature, recognize bias and discern characteristics of good and fraudulent research.
...because I know that too much of the science supporting vaccines is fraudulent drivel bought and paid for by the vaccine manufacturers themselves.
...because I understand the risks of vaccination as well as the benefits of my children and grandchildren encountering and overcoming the wild type diseases naturally.
...because I know that diseases like mumps, measles, and chickenpox aren't dangerous and untreatable diseases that justify the risk of injecting toxic ingredients into the tissues of my children.
...because I have seen the evidence of neurotoxicity from ingredients like aluminum, polysorbate 80, human DNA and cellular residues from the human …

Day 2

Each day I need to just write and get the stuff out of my head and in print.  I am told it will help with my healing.  I have anger issues and chronic back pain which writing is suppose to help. So I guess the random thing I am struggling with today is Autism.

Well,  today I would say Autism is not the saddest thing but it is one of them.

So, your kid isn't dying but they will never live on their own or take care of themselves.  60% of autistic kids are nonverbal. 

Milestones for a normal child is different than an milestone for an autistic child.  When Kelly does something I feel pain because I think how happy I would have been if he would have done this at 2 yrs old instead of at 6 yrs old.  With a normal kid you are happy when the milestones are hit early and with an autistic kid you become happier when the milestones are hit later because you thought it was never going to come at all.  This means you are happy when your 18 month old repeats I love you.  But you will be so fil…