The ‘Standard of Care’ Deception
In the U.S., the medical authority determines the “standard of care” for conventional, allopathic medicine.
The Standard of Care is a degree of care a doctor is expected to exercise. Standard of Care is based on many things: practice guidelines, the medical literature, hospital policies and procedures, state and federal regulations, and other sources.
A 2005 article in the Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law states that, “The precise definition of the standard of care varies from one state to another… Practice guidelines evolve and change, driven by new developments in clinical practice and science… After 5.8 years, half of the practice guidelines are outdated.”
In reality, standards do not exist. Opinions are what matters, especially in a world where patients can get a second or third or fourth medical opinion for each diagnosis. Opinions are like noses, everyone has one.
The Court of Public Opinion
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) holds the opinion that vaccines are “safe and effective.” The U.S. Supreme Court held the opinion that vaccines are “unavoidably unsafe.” And the British Medical Journal holds the opinion that medical error is the third leading cause of death in America, known as iatrogenic, or “doctor-caused” death. By 2021, under rising healthcare costs, rising disease rates, and rising uninsured people, it was the opinion of the media that the medical system is designed to fail.
However, in the Covidian Age, all previous opinions on national healthcare guidance are being replaced by one opinion from a global perspective; the World Health Organization. As we go into the Fall “flu season,” all opinions promote the “updated” COVID vaccines, such as this: “FDA signs off on updated Covid-19 vaccines that target circulating variants.” However, opinions are always in flux.
In August 17, 2023, Moderna clinical trial data claimed the updated Covid vaccines target widely circulating strains. In August 30, 2023, U.S. health officials had not yet decided which specific SARS-CoV-2 strain the shot would target. By September 2023, reports suggested the new monovalent vaccines target only one OMICRON subvariant.
One thing is for certain. The contradictions and confusion continues.
If the mRNA shots worked on COVID, why are hospitalizations rising? Why is maternal mortality still rising, while studies of mRNA shots for pregnant women are still not complete? What happened to the flu?
Moderna CEO has the opinion that all Americans should get the “updated” COVID shots during the same appointment as their annual flu shot; two shots, even though no studies exist to prove the short- or long-term synergistic effects of the two vaccines being administered simultaneously at any age.
However, the science has a different opinion. Contrary to media reports, the 2nd generation monovalent mRNA booster shots do not target the current dominant variants. Furthermore, they come without safety testing.
According to Johns Hopkins report, because all viruses mutate, “none of the variants circulating right now are exact matches to the vaccine.“
Using the words “updated COVID vaccine” rather than “COVID booster” also emphasizes that recipients of the minimally-tested new shots aren’t just boosting existing immunity from the same previous shots, but rather a completely new immune response—from a completely new medical product—to the newly-circulating variants.
Is this Standard of Care or an ongoing experiment?
mRNA Damage Reports
Meanwhile, fallout from the experimental mRNA mass vaccine campaign is showing up as collateral damage in studies hidden from view.
In September 2023, the headline read: ‘Researchers are alarmed to find DNA contamination in the Pfizer vaccine.” Phillip Buckhaults, a PhD in cancer genomic research, testified in a South Carolina Senate hearing that vaccinated people need to be tested to see if any of the foreign DNA has integrated into the genome of their stem cells, which s easily detectable because the foreign DNA has a unique signature. One senator responded:
We are not going to have any authority over the FDA to force Pfizer to do something. I mean, that’s a federal issue. – Senator Richard Cash, South Carolina
According to a March 2021 British Medical Journal study, some batches of mRNA vaccine were shown to have substantially lower mRNA integrity, with some saying these vaccines have been associated with greater adverse events.
Also in March 2021, experts warned that those previously infected with COVID19 may have “worse side-effects from the vaccine.”
With no real Standard of Care in allopathic medicine, it is little wonder that everyone has a different opinion and that vaccine failures persist. This is the reason why a universal flu vaccine never caught on and there has never been an attempt to create a vaccine for the common cold.
Under the Germ Theory, viruses mutate. Conventional medicine says there are more than 200 viruses thought to cause symptoms of the common cold. Thus, the flu vaccine has had a dismal track record year after year because science is always trying to catch up to the new variant. The truth is that vaccines induce variants to become “breakthrough infections.” That is the reason vaccinated people can still get the disease for which they are vaccinated.
The Breakthrough Infection
New research suggests that “imperfect” or “leaky” vaccines – ones that don’t make their hosts totally immune to disease and incapable of spreading it to others – might have a surprising downside.
A December 2001 study in the Journal Nature upgrades “leaky” vaccines to “breakthrough infections.”
Not widely publicized, the COVID-SARS2 vaccines can increase your risk of “breakthrough infections,” while continuing to test positive for COVID and variants.
And an April 2021 Israeli study showed:
Interestingly, the evidence showed that these breakthrough infections with the B.1.1.7 variant occurred slightly more often in people after the first vaccine dose compared to unvaccinated people.
They identified nearly 250 instances [out of 800 tests] in which an individual became infected with SARS-CoV-2 after receiving their first vaccine dose, meaning that they were only partially protected. Almost 150 got infected sometime after receiving the second dose.
This Fall, health authorities warn that the highly mutated BA.2.86 variant may be more capable than its predecessors to cause infection in people who have been vaccinated for COVID.
Experience shows that and doctors will always encourage people to get injected. So, if shopping for a Fall vaccine, in addition to the updated COVID jab and the flu shot, doctors recommend the new RSV vaccine for people 65 years and older. Similar to a flu shot (not mRNA), the same vaccine was also approved for pregnant women.
So, before allowing officials to determine your choice for you, do your own research and take your time to consider your options, including the wait-and-see approach. What is behind the needle? What do the studies report? Are there any studies to report?
When it comes to all vaccines, there is no liability for damages resulting from vaccine makers or doctors, no informed consent to patients, little to no data on vaccine trials, no insurance coverage for experimental procedures, and no Standard of Care.
The experiment is not over. Therefore, reflect before you inject.
Disclaimer: The information in this article is not intended as medical advice. Readers assume sole responsibility for choosing for themselves and their children disease prevention options that are compatible with their convictions.
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