Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A Fatal Misdiagnosis
“Before demanding more published evidence from me, the onus is now on
Dr Innis to prove first why such a ubiquitous commensal as S. aureus
should be exempt from being implicated in infections caused by vaccine-
caused immunosuppression,”says Dr Scheibner.
Firstly I wish to acknowledge the leading role Dr Scheibner has
played in bringing to the notice of the medical profession the
pathogenicity of some vaccines .
I assure her I will not be “demanding more published evidence” from
her, as this is my final response to her.
Regarding the presence of polymorphonuclear leucocytes in the CSF I
continue to maintain that haemorrhage in the brain is sufficient reason
as, 'it is vain to do with more what can be done with fewer' and the
ubiquitous S. aureus is a well known postmortem artifact.
1.Scheibner V ,Karlsson L. Cot deaths linked to vaccinations
2. Occam, W (1300-1350 CE) quoted in Russell B, A history of western
philosophy, Unwin 1984:462-3 cited by Dr J. Martin Dace Rapid Responses
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