Originally published August 4 2015
Austin health clinics violate medical ethics by turning away unvaccinated children
by Jonathan Benson, staff writer
(NaturalNews) The largest healthcare provider in Central Texas has announced that it will no longer accept children as patients if they haven't been vaccinated in accordance with the official Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccination schedule, new reports indicate.
The Austin Regional Clinic (ARC), which operates a network of facilities that treat some 400,000 patients, contends that children who aren't vaccinated pose a serious risk to vaccinated patients. This, despite the fact that vaccinated individuals should already have immunity, based on the official narrative.
Announcing its policy change just a few days prior to Independence Day (oh the irony...), ARC claims that it respects the right of families to make their own healthcare choices. In the same breath, the medical group insists that all patients be injected with chemicals that could kill them.
"The physicians and staff at Austin Regional Clinical support immunizations," reads a statement on the ARC website. "If you plan not to immunize your child, we prefer that you choose another practice. We do not want to place the rest of our patients at risk of contracting vaccine-preventable illnesses."
ARC: If you don't jab your newborn with 21 vaccines before age one, we can't help youIncluded among ARC's requirements is a 21-vaccine regimen that it believes all infants should receive before the age of one. Many of these vaccines, as admitted right in their package inserts, can cause serious adverse events, including, but not limited to, brain damage and death.
ARC also endorses the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Gardasil, manufactured by Merck & Co., which in recent years has been implicated in causing permanent mitochondrial damage in young girls. These and many more vaccines are required before ARC will treat a patient.
"Routine dosing intervals are recommended," is the only advice offered by ARC in response to concerns about the dangers of Gardasil, as well as the many other vaccines that ARC requires its patients to receive.
"Parents who choose not to immunize their children place their children and the people around their children at risk of serious illnesses," claims ARC, denying individual patients the right to refuse this controversial medical treatment.
Some vaccines contain live viruses that can "shed" onto others, so why not ban everyone from ARC clinics?Such propaganda completely ignores the fact that recently vaccinated individuals are a much bigger threat against "those who can't protect themselves," to quote the words of Alison Ziari, co-chief of pediatrics at ARC, than the unvaccinated are.
Nowhere on the ARC website, as far as we can tell, is there any mention of the science behind vaccine shedding, a.k.a. the spreading of disease from individuals who were recently vaccinated with live virus vaccines such as MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella). The Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) recently published a piece that explains this in further detail:
This glaring omission calls into question the true agenda of ARC, which claims to be looking out for the best interests of its other patients by barring unvaccinated children. In reality, this chain of medical clinics should be more concerned with its recently vaccinated patients coming into contact with immuno-compromised patients who could pick up a vaccine-induced illness.
"During a viral infection, live virus is shed in the body fluids of those who are infected for varying amounts of time and can be transmitted to others," explains a comprehensive report on vaccine shedding put together by the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), which you can access here:
"Vaccine strain live virus is also shed for varying amounts of time in the body fluids of vaccinated people and can be transmitted to others."
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