Cat Saliva and Vodka Do Not a Vaccine Make

The alternative vaccine for children, which combines cat saliva and vodka, has been something a Chicago-area doctor said he has made for more than ten years.

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In the interest of public safety, Wednesday the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation suspended a Chicago-area doctor’s license for allegedly giving patients a rather strange modified vaccination.  The alternative inoculation for children, which combines cat saliva and vodka, has been something Dr. Ming Te has told officials he has been preparing for more than ten years.

CBS News reported the doctor said the “WaveFront 2000” machine he uses in the preparations detoxifies vaccinations from mercury.  The practitioner’s methods have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

 

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