Vaccine and chemotherapy-pushing doctors repeatedly cite studies that DON'T EXIST in order to brainwash their victims

David Gorski

'Medical doctors' advice is usually taken at face value because they've been through at least 8 years of schooling. Their advice is backed by evidence-based science and laboratory research with proven results – those that are published as peer-reviewed, and are often cited in medical journals that doctors read to justify chemical-based prescriptions for all kinds of medical problems, including the treatment of cancer and for the prevention of infectious diseases.

But, what if you found out that many doctors in America today quote studies that don't even exist in order to prove their "points" and justify their recommendations of toxic medications and carcinogenic inoculations?'


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