On November 21, 2016 Dr. Suzanne Humphries and New York University (NYU) law professor Mary Holland attended a meeting called “Confronting Vaccine Resistance: Strategies For Success” at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York, New York. The meetings speakers were Senator Dr. Richard Pan, Dr. Paul Offit and Dorit Rubenstein Reiss – all proponents of mandatory vaccines. The speakers were primarily addressing medical students at NYU.
Unfortunately, the medical students in attendance at this event apparently only heard the extremist view of mandatory vaccines, the view that ALL vaccines are safe and effective for ALL people, ALL the time, by force if necessary.
The students could have benefited greatly in an open dialog on this subject if Dr. Suzanne Humphries and Mary Holland had been allowed to participate. Dr. Humphries is a nephrologist (kidney doctor) who once administered vaccines in her practice, and has now come to the conclusion that vaccines are not the best solution to fight disease for anyone, and that doctors and medical students are not being taught all the science behind vaccines to make informed decisions for their patients. Law professor Mary Holland has lectured and written on the legal aspects of denying U.S. citizens the right to “informed consent” when it comes to a medical procedure like vaccines.
The VAXXED film team was on hand to interview Mary Holland and Dr. Humphries before they attended the event, and afterwards, they interviewed Dr. Humphries on what she learned from the event. When she exited the event she stated:
It’s just more social engineering and brain washing of medical students.
Dr. Humphries then sat down to do an interview with the VAXXED team regarding what she learned from attending this meeting (see below).
Dr. Humphries in the author of a new book chronicling her own journey through medical school and medical practice, Rising from the Dead. The book exposes the corruption in medical school and the medical practice, showing how good and honest doctors are no longer allowed to practice medicine as they choose, and in the best interest of their patients, but are expected to follow pre-set policies and procedures. If one deviates from these policies, they are ostracized and threatened.