A doctor based in the Chicago, Ming-Te Lin, admitted in front of the investigators that he has been using cat saliva and vodka in child vaccinations for more than a decade. Ever since the confession, the Illinois department of professional and financial regulation has suspended the doctor’s license.
Some of Lin’s patients filled complaints regarding the vaccines that their children have received. They mentioned that the child vaccinations that were given might have been unregulated and unapproved. Investigators decided to pay the doctor’s office a visit and have found an unclean working space full of tubes and vials where Lin was preparing his own vaccines that were then administered to children.
Cat’s saliva like all saliva includes enzymes. These enzymes usually help with the digestion process by breaking down food. However, one of the enzymes is ‘growth factor’ which can control the blood cell activity. Anthony J. Cichoke writes in his book of enzyme therapy that the growth factor increases blood clotting and this is the reason why cats lick themselves when they are hurt.
However, the cat saliva also contains many harmful bacteria which can transmit strep, staph, and pasteurellosis to humans if bitten.
After admitting the method used with his child vaccinations, he was also accused of signing state forms where the doctor was certifying that the vaccines he was administering were the conventional shots. Among the patients who received the doctor’s concoction was a 7-day old infant.
For patients with allergies, the doctor used cat saliva gathered utilizing a swap in the cat’s mouth. Lin’s device to clear the solution of mercury was called WaveFront 2000. The vaccines that contained cat saliva and sometimes alcohol were administered to children who had a history of eczema, neurological disorder or autism either in a nasal form or orally.
According to the state’s paperwork, the doctor did not inform his patients of the risk of neglecting to follow vaccine guidelines. Moreover, his methods are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration and are not considered legitimate medicine.
On the 11th of October, there is a Chicago hearing before the Medical Disciplinary Board.
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