[SaneVax: One would think a medical education would include how to recognize vaccine injuries, particularly since they are supposed to be such a rare event. Unfortunately, that is apparently not the case. Read the following article to find out what your doctor’s medical education actually had to say about vaccines.]
Vaccines: What Your Doctors Know and Don’t Know
By Jennifer Hutchinson
Do you ever wonder what doctors know about the dozens of vaccines they inject into your children? What they learn in medical school about vaccines? And after they graduate? Who controls what they are taught? My research has been quite an eye-opener.
WHAT DOCTORS LEARN IN SCHOOL …
First question: What do doctors actually learn in medical school about vaccines? Here’s what several have to say.
Dr. Suzanne Humphries:
“We learn that vaccines need to be given on schedule. We are indoctrinated with the mantra that ‘vaccines are safe and effective’—neither of which is true. Doctors today are given extensive training on how to talk to ‘hesitant’ parents—how to frighten them by vastly inflating the risks during natural infection. …on the necessity of twisting parents’ arms to conform, or fire them from their practices. Doctors are trained that NOTHING bad should be said about any vaccine, period.” 
Dr. Bob Sears:
“Doctors learn a lot about diseases in medical school, but we learn very little about vaccines. … We don’t review the research ourselves. We never learn what goes into making vaccines or how their safety is studied. So, when patients want a little more information about shots, all we can really say as doctors is that the diseases are bad and the shots are good.” 
Unfortunately medical students normally study about vaccines for only a short time during the years at university and qualified doctors often don’t take the time to even read through package inserts.
In comparison it is often the case that vaccine critics have spent hundreds of hours, even many years studying vaccines and know far more than the average doctor.
We are many who are frustrated, unimpressed and tired of trying to ask about and discuss with doctors about vaccine ingredients, safety statistics, potential long term adverse events including carcinogenicity, synergy, interactions, secondary transmission, concomitant administration, etc.
It is often blatantly obvious that the average doctor has minimal knowledge about the complex issue of vaccination.