A Few Things I Know
                                                       By: Suzanne Humphries, M.D.
                                                                          February 2011  

                                           
      I am a Medical Doctor with credentials in internal
                                        
         medicine and nephrology (kidneys).  I received a
                                         
        bachelor’s degree in theoretical physics in 1987
                                           
      from Rutgers University.  

I mention the college degree in case any doubtful readers question my
mental prowess.  One can doubt my intellectual ability less if they first realize
that I know how to figure out difficult things.  

I know how to look at something in depth for many hours or days until I
understand the inner workings of it.  This is what I learned to do in college.  In
fact the strenuous mind-bending exercise that was part of the physics
curriculum made medical school easy.  

I found the study of the human body, chemistry and biology to be in
comparison quite shallow, simple and easy to comprehend.  

I also spent two years working in a biochemistry lab as the head technician.  
There I learned many things that at the time I didn’t think would ever serve
any purpose in my life.  

But in fact, as our destinies are often predetermined, the lab experience did
indeed come around to serve me.  

In the recent days of vaccine debates, need for scientific proof, evidence of
harm, I have found that knowledge of the technical aspects of animal studies
and cell cultures are very good things to understand.  

I have spent four years teaching internal medicine and nephrology to medical
students, residents and advanced fellows in training at a university hospital
as an assistant professor.  

During that time, reading over and critiquing dozens of journal articles was a
part of everyday life.  Suffice it to say, my past experiences have put me in
good standing to look into the problems with vaccines and make certain
determinations.  

Like most doctors, I held a blind belief for many years, that vaccines were
necessary, safe and effective.  Like most doctors, I never lifted a page to seek
out any other truth for myself.  

But unlike most doctors, I have no stake in upholding false paradigms and I
am no longer indebted to the government for hundreds of thousands of
dollars.  

Unlike most doctors, I have the means to survive with or without my medical
license because I have sought out another education to support myself in
case of worst-case scenario.  

I do not feel fearful to speak the plain truth as it sits on the pages in front of
me.  Thousands of pages and hundreds of hours have led me to see the
horrifying truth of what is being done to people and animals all over the world
under the false pretense of
“health”.  

I am of sound mind, on no pharmaceutical drugs, carry no medical diagnosis
and am unusually fit for my 47 years.  I am happy, and have no grudge
against any particular party.  

Up until 2 years ago I was content to work as a medical doctor caring for very
sick people with kidney failure.  Two years ago, everything changed.  

With several undeniable cases of kidney-associated vaccine injury in
previously healthy people, I started to look deeper into the information that I
had previously held as factual and not worthy of debate.  

I started to study vaccines, their components, and the science behind the
statements of safety and effectiveness.  From there an avalanche of truth
collapsed upon me and I will never be the same.  

In fact, nothing I look at will ever be the same.  Chronic degenerative
diseases, kidney failure, autoimmune diseases and powers of authority will
never look the same to me again.  

Vaccines did not save humanity and never will.  

Vaccines have never been proven truly safe except for perhaps the
parameters of immediate death or some specific adverse events within up to
4 weeks.  

Smallpox was not eradicated by vaccines as many doctors readily say it
was.  They say this out of conditioning rather than out of understanding the
history or science.  

Poliovirus was not responsible for the paralysis in the first part of the 20th
century.  Polio vaccine research, development, testing and distribution has
committed atrocities upon primates and humanity.  Bill Gates is not a
humanitarian.  

Vaccines are dangerous and should never be injected into anyone for any
reason.  They are not the answer to infectious diseases.  There are many
more sustainable and benevolent solutions than vaccines.  

Medical authorities should not have the final word on how doctors treat
individual patients in the privacy of their own offices and should not be able
to dictate injections into our private hospital patients.  

The list goes on, but with this introduction I challenge health care
practitioners to look into the topic of vaccines with an open mind, on their
own.  

I implore them to read books and alternative literature sources.  I ask that they
understand that the peer review process has censored intelligent doubt on
vaccine safety and driven it into the alternative press.  

I beg that all health care practitioners place their egos beside them and be
ready for what will happen when the truth is visible.  

You may not want to go back to work.  You may not be able to follow the
recommendations that are being ever more heavy handedly given to you.  I
ask this for the good of humanity.  

With each passing moment more and more money and power is being
handed to the powers that be and the end result is a barrage of vaccines
starting at the first hours of every life that is born in a conventional manner.  

The injections pile up and the new illnesses appear shortly thereafter more
and more every year.  

The degree of illness in such an advanced society should not be accepted as
normal or just environmental.  

Please, parents and health care practitioners do your homework.  The minds
and bodies of future generations depend upon it.  

By: Suzanne Humphries, M.D.
February 5, 2011

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