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Vaccines: Are They Right for You?
Donald Miller, Jr., M.D.
Cardiothoracic Surgeon
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This vaccine webinar series is provided as a community service by Homefirst Natural Pharm Source
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Harmful Effects of Mercury
• Neurotoxic -- damages brain cells
– Breaks DNA, damages membranes, activates
Caspase-3 causing apoptosis (cell death)
– Produces the same pathologic hallmarks
experimentally as that seen in Alzheimer’s disease
– Testosterone enhances it
• Poisons (antioxidant) enzymes
– Catalase, SOD, glutathione peroxidase
• Glutamate-induced excitotoxicity
– Interferes with its removal from extracellular space
• Interferes with energy production
– Accumulates in mitochondria
Vaccine-Related Causes of
Childhood Disease and Autism
• Thimerosal
– 50% ethyl mercury
• Other Preservatives, Stabilizers, and Adjuvants
– Aluminum, Formaldehyde, Antibiotics, Triton-X,
Ethylene glycol
• Crowded vaccine schedule
– Too many vaccines given too close together at too
young an age
• Live virus vaccines
– Virus-induced autoimmunity
Vaccines and Childhood Diseases
1960– 4 vaccines (plus boosters) before entering school
2008 – 21 vaccine antigens (plus boosters) before school
Disease
1960
2008
Autism
1 in 10,000
1 in 38 boys,
1 in 150 girls
Type 1 Diabetes
1 in 7,100
1 in 400
Juvenile Rheumatoid
Arthritis
So rare, no statistics
300,000
Asthma
→
a 4-fold increase
A User-Friendly Vaccination Schedule
– No vaccinations until a child is two years old.
– No vaccines that contain thimerosal (mercury).
– No live virus vaccines (except for smallpox,
should it recur).
– These vaccines, to be given one at a time,
every six months, beginning at age 2:
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Pertussis (acellular, not whole cell)
Diphtheria
Tetanus
Polio (the Salk vaccine, cultured in human cells)
An Update on this Vaccination Schedule (2005)
posted at: www.donaldmiller.com
In the newsletter New Developments: New Angles on Developmental Delays (Spring 2005, Vol. 10, No.3), the following
entry is in its News and Comments section (p 3), titled “Friendly Vaccine Schedule Encounters a Glitch." It says,
"Dr. Donald Miller, author of the ‘User Friendly vaccine Schedule’ published in the last newsletter [Copywrite
LewRockwell.com in 2004], has discovered that the D and T of the DPT are no longer available separately, without
thimerosal. Unless the vaccine manufacturers can be pressured to make separate thimerosal-free D, T, and P
vaccines, it will be impossible, unfortunately, to follow the ‘user friendly’ vaccination schedule as written. Miller
believes that the risk of the combined DPT vaccine, even after age two, outweighs its benefits, so it is better to do
without these shots.”
In my research on this subject, I was persuaded that Dr. Russell Blaylock is correct in recommending that vaccinations
only be given after the age of two, one at a time, and no closer than six months apart--and that a "user friendly"
schedule should include only D, T, P and polio, the four "traditional" vaccines. I did not think before writing the
article to ascertain (assuming it to be the case) that one could indeed obtain separate D, T, and P vaccines without
thimerosal.
On further investigation I have found that T and D can be obtained separately, but they contain thimerosal/mercury.
GlaxoSmithKline made a separate pertussis vaccine for the APERT trial, but apparently no longer does so. A
Japanese company is said to make one (?without thimerosal), but I cannot determine who it is. If your
pediatrician can obtain single-dose vials of D and T then those would have only an inconsequential trace of
thimerosal, but they are apparently hard to find as well. That leaves only the polio vaccine.
For a good discussion of why one should avoid most vaccines on the CDC's schedule I recommend Dr. Sherri Tenpenny's
(3-hour) DVD titled "Vaccines: the Risks, the Benefits, the Choices." (Amazon.com has it, as do other sites.).
My Response to Emails About
“A User-Friendly Vaccination Schedule”
Unfortunately, most orthodox (allopathic) pediatricians suffer from what is called
"negative cognitive dissonance." This is the "inability or disinterest in processing
new, unexpected or unwanted information," as the medical journalist Michael
Culbert squarely puts it. In medical school, students are indoctrinated on the value
of vaccines, and by the time pediatricians (along with other physicians and surgeons)
have finished their training they have become prisoners of the vaccine paradigm.
Very few conventional doctors (M.D.s and D.O.s) have been able to break out of this
ideological prison.
It is very hard to find a M.D. pediatrician anywhere who has an enlightened view of
vaccines. A substantial part of their office income comes from giving vaccinations
on well baby visits. Without needing to follow the CDC's vaccination schedule, why
take a healthy baby to see a doctor?
ACIP Recommendations on Flu Shots
Year
Recommendation
Number of
Americans
1999-2000
Over age 65
36 million
2000-01
Over age 50
77 million
2002-03
Children 6-23 months old
2004-05
6 months-5 years old
2008-09
6 months-18 years old
256 million
Guillain-Barré Syndrome
An acute inflammatory neuropathy,
caused by autoimmune-mediated
demyelination of peripheral nerves
occurring 2-4 weeks after vaccination
Guillain-Barré Syndrome
One woman’s experience with GBS following a flu shot:
After spending 16 months in the hospital paralyzed on a
ventilator and life support and several subsequent
multi-month hospitalizations, she writes:
"On my last visit to my neurologist I was able to walk about 6
feet holding his hand, not much but it took years to be able to
do that. I scratch my head when I hear them promoting flu
shots… Most people that I come into contact with – in the
hospital and out (nurses, doctors, and regular people) – after
hearing my story, feel that it is better to chance the flu and not
get the shot."
Neil Miller, Vaccine Safety Manual for Concerned Families and Health Practitioners:
Guide to Immunizations Risks and Protection (2008, page 86)
Seasonal Variation in 25-hydroxyvitamin D
Levels in People at Latitude 48° N
Cannell JJ, etal. Epidemic influenza and vitamin D. Epidemiol Infect 2006;134:1129-1140.
Macrophage
Noncalcemic Functions of
1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D
Cytokines
Adaptive
Innate
Immune modulation
Immunomodulatory Effects of
1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D (Calcitriol)
Benefits of Vitamin D
• Skeletal-muscular
– Strong muscles and bones
• Infections
– Prevent influenza, treat tuberculosis
• Cancer
– Prevent breast, colon, and prostate cancer
– ? Suppress metastasizes
• Autoimmune Diseases
– Prevent multiple sclerosis and type 1 diabetes
• Cardiovascular Disease
– Slow progression of atherosclerosis
– Treat hypertension and congestive heart failure
• Neuropsychiatric Disorders
– Prevent schizophrenia and relieve depression
25-hydroxyvitamin D3 Blood Levels
Calcium Absorption
Severely deficient < 8 ng/ml
Deficient
8-19 ng/ml
Insufficient
20-29 ng/ml
Sufficient
30-49 ng/ml
Optimal
Excessive
Toxic
50-99 ng/ml
100-150 ng/ml
>150 ng/ml
(1 ng/ml = 2.5 nmol/L, 1 nmol/L = O.4 ng/ml)
32 ng/ml
PTH Levels
Sources of Vitamin D
Cholecalciferol (D3) and Ergocalciferol (D2)
Dietary
Natural
Salmon (wild, 3.5 oz)
Salmon (farmed, 3.5 oz)
Cod liver oil (1 tsp)
Tuna (canned, 3.6 oz)
Egg yolk
800 IU D3
150 IU D2 or D3
400-1100 IU D3
230 IU D3
20 IU D 2 or D3
Fortified Foods
Milk (8 oz)
100 IU D3
Orange juice (8 oz)
100 IU D3
Infant formula (8 oz)
100 IU D3
Butter (3.5 oz)
50 IU D3
Breakfast cereals/serving 100 IU D3
Skin synthesizes 20,000 IU D3 in 20 minutes when
exposed to sunlight
Supplements
Prescription
Ergocalciferol (D2)
50,000 IU/capsule
Over the Counter
Multivitamins
Cholecalciferol (D3)
400 IU D2 or D 3
400, 800, 1000,
2000, 5000 and
50,000 IU/tablet
5,000 IU D3 50,000 IU D3
OTC at vitalady.com, lifespannutrition.com
Smallpox
Vaccine-related articles on
www.donaldmiller.com
“Mercury on the Mind”
“A User-Friendly Vaccination Schedule”
“Vitamin D in a New Light”
“Avoid Flu Shots, Take Vitamin D Instead”
“Arm-to-Arm Against Bioterrorism”

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