I come from a medical family and they do not want to hear that they were set up to just sell product to the sheeple.
Rockefellers created the modern day medical training system.
The reason that during Residency, doctors are kept sleep deprived is so that they do not remember a thing about what treatments and drugs to give, so they must rely on the drug reps…who then inform the doctors of what prescriptions, FDA approvals, etc….
All doctors are dependent on their drug reps. Few doing any independent research. Now, they are required to spend copious amounts of time to the HMO world filling out codes for different treatment protocols….
…keep ’em dumb, keep ’em busy, keep ’em broke…is their motto for command and control.
“Consult Your Doctor” on Vaccines?
According to many doctors, medical schools teach almost nothing about vaccines, other than the federally recommended schedule of when they are to be given and that vaccines are “safe and effective.”5 In other words, it resembles more indoctrination than education. As Suzanne Humphries has noted, “We are indoctrinated with the mantra that ‘vaccines are safe and effective’…”
An article titled “Doctors Are No Experts on Vaccines” published last year in The Vaccine Reaction highlighted the four-year curriculum for University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and found only one brief reference to “vaccines” or “vaccination,” and that was under the course on Immunology during the first year.5 It read:
Finally, medically relevant forms of immune dysregulation and intervention are explored, including vaccines, immunomodulators, hypersensitivities, immunodeficiencies, autoimmunity, graft-versus-host disease, transplantation immunology, and tumor immunology.5
Nothing more was mentioned about vaccines or vaccination within the course descriptions throughout the second, third and fourth years of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center’s curriculum. So the question is, “Is the four-year curriculum at medical schools in the United States fairly standard, or does it vary from school to school?”