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Pediatrician Ken Stoller, anti-vaccine doctor, said he uses 23andMe to exempt kids from shots, S.F. city attorney says

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Stoller's Attorney, Richard Jaffe: 'He’s a medical doctor giving advice to patients.” Jaffe said his client’s actions don’t run afoul of California law because of the way it was written to allow physicians “to use medical exemptions broader than what the CDC” advises, and pointed to genetic testing, such as 23andMe, as a tool that could inform doctors’ decisions about whether a vaccine is safe for a child. “We have things like genetic testing. You use that; doctors could exercise their discretion.”

The subpoena comes amid concerns about low vaccination rates and measles outbreaks, a resurgence that has been blamed on lagging vaccination rates and misinformation, AP reports, despite scientific consensus that avoiding vaccines poses grave risks and that immunizations are safe except in rare cases. Jaffe said he’s “skeptical” the city attorney has the right to Stoller’s patient records. 

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There is a lot more breakthrough news on this matter forthcoming soon, regarding Dr. Kenneth Stoller's counter defense of his medical practices.


Many years ago, we both made same day presentations to the New Mexico Pharmacy Board, mine, to remove aspartame from medications in our state, and his, to remove Thimerosal/Mercury as adjuvants from vaccines and all other medications. The aspartame effort was moving forward by careful application of existing statutes, but then the Pharmacy Board caved in under threats of lawsuits from Ajinomoto of Japan and

Altria/Kraft/Pepsi Cola.


I have known Dr. Stoller for almost twenty years, back when he practiced in Santa Fe; I have always observed him to be ethical, honest, and tireless, especially on matters like mercury as an adjuvant that exacerbated a wide range of neurodegenerative illnesses, particularly autism.


He has been treating those illnesses, plus burn victims and cerebral palsy sufferers, in hyperbaric chambers for many years. Using 23andme in his practice seems rather trivial to me, one of the few aspects that could be attacked by the San Francisco City Attorney.


Stephen Fox

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