The Doctors Star Rachel Ross MD Feels Like an Ass for Misunderstanding Vaccines
Dr. Rachel Ross of the popular TV show The Doctors caused quite a stir at the Vaxxed movie premiere when she opened up about her own wake-up call on vaccines when she was asked the question by an audience member about how much information she had received in medical school regarding vaccines.
Dr. Ross responded that medical doctors do not receive as much training as the general public might think. She went on to say that she feels like an “ass” for having followed the vaccine dogma for so long. The audience member asked,
What were you taught specifically about vaccines, how much information did you get on ingredients; on studies of them all given together? And how much information did you actually receive that prepared you for that?
Dr. Ross responded:
They don’t teach us about the ingredients, they don’t teach us about the studies behind it. I think what they teach us is that they’ve always been given and that they cure diseases and that you just do it. And honestly, you know, from the outside looking in now and as I’m saying this to all you people I almost feel like an ass.
Are there any other doctors in here practicing medicine? It’s kinda like you just feel – you wake up one day and you just feel like gosh…I’m just blindly, like a robot, following through with this, with no real data, with no real information – I didn’t know what was in them and so that’s part of what makes us all feel really bad and it’s part of why physicians are very resistant to this information because you have to sit at home … and redigest and relearn everything that you’ve learned and come to terms with the damage that you potentially caused through the years.
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