(NaturalNews) The announcement by a medical practice in Cool Springs, Tennessee, that it will stop administering vaccines out of concerns over autism could see the doctor at the heart of the scandal losing his license.
In a statement posted on the website of Cool Springs Family Medicine that has since been removed, the clinic’s only physician, Dr. Daniel Kalb, outlines eight points of contention, including links to autism and the dangerous ingredients found in vaccines such as aluminum, formaldehyde, and animal DNA that contains viruses. The statement also singles out Gardasil for being unsafe and possibly leading to neuroimmune disorders and cervical cancer.
Kalb wrote: “I’ve had 15 years experience in taking care of ASD kids. That’s a lot of vaccine injury stories from moms. Don’t tell me that they are making it up or they are just reaching for an explanation. All of those arguments are stupid.”
Dr. Kalb earned his medical degree at SUNY/Stony Brook and also holds a Master’s in Public Health. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and is board-certified.