Dr. Charles Adams MD
EBOLA & VACCINES
Everything You Want to Know about Vaccines...from the Doctor
In December 2010, a survey was initiated by VaccineInjury.info to compare the health of vaccinated children with unvaccinated children. Though this is obviously not a double-blind controlled study, with over 7,850 surveys, the results show: Children given vaccines have 22 times the rate of ear infections, 32 times the rate of sinusitis, 4x allergies, 2x asthma, 4x hay fever, 3x ADHD and 19 times higher odds of autism.
Dr. Charles Adams MD has studied the DAN (Defeat Autism Now) protocol and treats many children in our area who have been diagnosed with autism, ADHD, and other vaccine injuries.
U.S. regulations place ALL the risk on the public receiving the vaccine, making vaccines very lucrative for pharmacuetical companies, with thousands of vaccines currently in the pipeline. There are even greater hazards inherent with fast-tracking vaccines and in the Ebola field, a number of fast-tracked vaccines are in the works.
Healing & Preventing Ebola & Other Viral Illnesses
Ebola hijacks the immune system and suppresses it. Once your immune system realizes the virus is there, it launches a cytokine storm, and it is this cytokine storm that leads to massive tissue destruction and capillary leakage. According to Dr. Rowen, ozone therapy may be the answer the world has been looking for. Ozone not only inactivates viruses, it also acts very similarly to the experimental drug ZMapp in that it dramatically boosts your immune function, allowing your body to eliminate the viral infection on its own accord—without having to launch a cytokine storm.
Ozone is one of the therapies offered by Dr. Adams at his medical center, and he recently attended the annual meeting of the American Academy of Ozone Therapy and can give a summary of Dr. Rowen's experiences in Sierra Leone.
There are many other holistic answers to viral illnesses (including Chikungunya Virus, which Dr Adams notes is worrisome), and he will teach us about all of these at our upcoming April CHEO meeting.
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