Newsletter 210 The Fallacy of Doctors being ‘Experts’ in Infectious Disease Control
12 September 2018
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In the 21st century the control of infectious diseases is being promoted to the community by “medical doctors” when throughout history this area of health was not included in traditional medicine. This is because infectious diseases were always considered a public health issue and controlled in the field of Social Medicine: the field of ‘medicine’ that uses political and economic decisions to make changes to the environment and lifestyle of communities to improve public health.
Public health was incorporated into the field of medicine in the 1990’s in Australia but doctors are not being educated on the epidemiology of infectious diseases. That is, the importance of environmental and lifestyle characteristics in the control of infectious diseases. They are only educated on the necessity to use every vaccine that is recommended by the government.
Doctors are also not educated on the serious side-effects that have been associated with vaccines for decades or the contraindications of vaccines that were used prior to the introduction of the US Vaccine Injury Compensation Act in 1986 that removed all liability for harm from the vaccine manufacturers.
So why is there such a disparity between the medical literature on infectious diseases presented by independent researchers to that provided by medical practitioners and the government?
This is because the pharmaceutical companies are influencing every aspect of the development, marketing and promotion of vaccines to medical doctors and politicians (Stamatakis 2013). Doctors are not providing objective evidence on the control of infectious diseases and they are incorrectly stating that the public must get their advice on infectious diseases from doctors.
My university research has been completed in the field of Social Medicine at the University of Wollongong and powerful lobby groups have spread false and misleading information about my PhD research in the mainstream media and on social media in an attempt to remove its credibility from public debate.
My PhD thesis provides evidence that current government vaccination programs are resulting in more harm than good to children’s health and to the fabric of Australian society. Children’s health has significantly declined as the vaccination program has expanded since the 1990’s and thousands of parents are now long-term carers for children who will never reach their potential in life.
Further, the Australian government is falsely claiming there is a consensus on the science of vaccination by creating an ‘appearance of a consensus’ through the criteria for medical registration. The Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act states that health professionals cannot promote “anti-vaccination material” or they will be de-registered from the profession – this is a label (anti-vaccination) that is being used to dismiss the risks of vaccines that have been associated with vaccines for decades.
This has removed the autonomy for doctors/health professionals in Australia to assess the full body of medical literature which means they are no longer serving the best interests of their patients but the best interests of the state – the government. This is a breach of the medical code of conduct by Australian doctors who are not presenting the ingredients of vaccines or the serious risks of vaccines to their patients for a fully informed choice in using this medical procedure.
In order for Australians to protect their health, it is necessary to do your own research and to challenge your doctor with the medical literature that they are not providing on the control of infectious diseases or the ingredients and serious risks of vaccines.
Judy Wilyman PhD
Bachelor of Science, University of NSW
Diploma of Education (Science), University of Wollongong
Master of Science (Population Health), Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Wollongong.
PhD in The Science and Politics of the Australian Government’s Vaccination Program, UOW School of Humanities and Social Inquiry.