Try Listening to this: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sharry-edwards/2017/02/19/saying-no-to-vaccines
When you see the enemy posting this site as RED-Untrustworthy... you can figure that this is worthwhile information.
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is reportedly a doctor, although according to her website, she no longer practices medicine in any recognizable way. Perhaps that's why she utters completely idiotic statements such as blaming the Newtown shootings on vaccines.
Where does one begin with Tenpenny.com? It is one of the most dangerous anti-vaccine sites on the net. It peddles lies and misinformation about vaccines; anyone who follows its advice is putting the health of themselves and their children at risk.
The vacuous meanderings are science-free; it tells people to use homoeopathy instead of vaccines! Homoeopathy is water! No nut-job idea is too crazy for Tenpenny.com; no quackery is beneath it. The site is a menace to public health and safety.
I've rated it as "Hate, discrimination" because it repeats the most disgusting of all anti-vaccine lies:
In a PDF on their site they suggest that Shaken Baby Syndrome is caused by vaccines! No, damn you, you filthy lying scum! SBS is caused by child abusers who beat, shake, and torture defenceless infants, and your obscene lies are giving an out to criminals who deserve to rot in jail for their crimes.
This woman accuses vaccine makers of intentionally making people ill so they can be sold additional medicine. See YouTube video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iy6hdrOvnX8. This claim is near the end of the clip.
Although she is a fringe doctor and I don't agree with a lot of what she says, all of her information and suggested remedies are based in science (as a researcher, I know). Her website is user-friendly, easily navigated, and informative. People don't realize that homeopathy is indeed science and based in very real, tangible principles. That's not saying it *all* works, and there are a lot of quacks, but Dr. Tenpenny isn't one of them. You don't have to agree with her principles to understand that she backs all of her information up with science that is used by the same people who oppose her, calling it "pseudo science" just shows the lack of research that went into that person's rating. Vaccinating is a very personal choice that should be respected - it is legal to not vaccinate in every US state and many attend public school. She only brings information and support for those who choose not to. Many of the negative reviews are made very obviously by people who didn't care to look into anything, just glance at her site and spew the uninformed blather those with similar small-mindedness tendencies have said before them. Although she may make a bit of money, if you actually took a peek, all of her money earned from her so-called products/remedies etc. fund her well-clinics. She is absolutely no danger to anyone but those who want people to just do what they are told by their doctors without question. Her points make you think, and give you a place to start looking for information the average pediatrician or researcher wouldn't know themselves. Whether or not you believe in homeopathy (I don't see how you can't, we didn't survive thousands of years by mere chance), and whether or not you agree with her...you *cannot* argue that her site is not scientifically sound. I hope that the ratings improve because it is a far cry from a "low confidence" website. Thumbs up!
Dr. Tenpenny is a standup,truthful person with only the best of intentions. She is informing all of us with the information to make good decisions about our health so that we may see through all the propaganda that is being fed to us about vaccines. Our health is dependent on good clean food, air, water and exercise. That is what builds strong, resilient immune systems, Not vaccines! Go to this site for the truth and the confidence to stand up to Big Pharma and any employer, school or institution requiring vaccination!
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Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is one of the most outspoken physicians in the country on the hazards of vaccines and vaccination.