Doctor and professor of medicine speaks out against mandatory vaccines
The VAXXED film crew recently interviewed Dr. Moss in West Virginia. Dr. Moss is a professor of medicine at West Virginia School of Medicine. He is also a nephrologist (kidney doctor). He has taught medical ethics for over 25 years.
Dr. Moss acknowledges that he could potentially lose his job for speaking out against mandatory vaccines and consenting to be interviewed by the VAXXED film crew.
Dr. Moss states that he knows 12 children with autism, including one of his neighbors. Both parents of the child who is his neighbor are physicians. So physicians are familiar with the fact that there are some children who meet all of their milestones and suddenly develop autism after receiving vaccines.
Dr. Moss states that as someone who teaches medical ethics, he is very concerned that the public is not being informed about the dangers associated with vaccines. He references the Vaccine Court that compensates victims of vaccine injuries by more than $200 million a year, and that the flu vaccine is the biggest one being litigated in the Vaccine Court.
He believes that anyone being vaccinated should be fully aware of the potential benefits and the risks.
“With every other drug that is out there, if it causes injury, you can go to court, and you can sue the manufacturer, and you can get a settlement if there was something that was caused by the drug. But with the vaccines, they’re protected. And so the vaccine manufacturers don’t have to worry about vaccine safety.”
Dr. Moss expressed his concern that the data being disseminated by the CDC about vaccines is not accurate, due to a number of scientists inside the CDC who have questioned the integrity of the CDC’s research.