Modern Medical Ethics and How They Relate to…

The first part of this series which gives a general overview of medical ethics and their litany of contradictions can be found here. One of the most frustrating arguments the medical field has refined is the unacceptability of challenging any medical dogma because doing so “harms” patients. For example, I and many of my colleagues believe that the number one cause of infant mortality within the United States is the childhood vaccine schedule (which is also what is most clearly linked to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), and that vaccines often fail to prevent infectious disease and that most of the diseases we desperately vaccinate against are extremely rare or relatively harmless.

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