(NaturalNews) Be careful where you give birth. The hospital you choose could try to kidnap your child if you fail to abide by its rules for “mandatory” medical treatment. Rochester General Hospital (RGH) in New York appears to be one such hospital. If you refuse to inject your baby with a vitamin K vaccine or give him the antibiotic erythromycin, hospital workers could hold him there indefinitely against your will.
An audio recording of a voicemail left by a hospital worker for a patient reveals that RGH’s policy is to basically assume “medical custody” in cases where parents refuse to allow administration of these two particular drugs to their newborns. An unnamed RGH employee, who opted to remain anonymous for privacy and protection purposes, stated the following in a voicemail response to a patient’s inquiry about the hospital’s newborn release policy.
“Our policy says all newborns will receive the mandated eye (ointment) and vitamin K injections. If anybody declines, or the parents continue to refuse the interventions, then the security is informed that medical custody is necessary… The hospital will take over medical custody.”
Synthetic vitamin K delivered intravenously could cause childhood cancer
A YouTube video containing the audio from this voicemail has been removed from the web, but the transcript is still available online. In essence, it reveals that all babies processed through RGH are forcibly subjected to two man-made drugs (and possibly more), both of which carry side effects that could last years or even become permanent.
Vitamin K shots are offered at many hospitals as a “supplement” to overcome a vitamin K deficiency. If a newborn baby lacks vitamin K, he or she could develop severe internal bleeding that leads to brain damage, which is why this post-birth procedure is now the norm. However, the use of vitamin K vaccines is not without risk.
First, the vitamin K used in hospital vaccines is synthetic. Known generically as phytonadione, the compound is a far cry from what is found naturally in leafy greens and butter, and the amount typically injected is more than 100 times greater than the government’s recommended daily allowance (RDA). Second, synthetic vitamin K can potentially lead to a child developing leukemia and other forms of cancer.
“The fact is that medical science still does not know that much about the metabolic fate of vitamin K,” writes Sarah Pope on her blog, The Healthy Home Economist. “Little to no unmetabolized vitamin K shows up in urine or bile. This is disturbing given the fact that vitamin K is a fat soluble vitamin and therefore has the potential to accumulate in body tissues.”
“More disturbing is that the liver of a newborn does not begin to function until 3 or 4 days after birth. As a result, this little being has very limited to no ability to detoxify the large dose of synthetic vitamin K and all other the dangerous ingredients in the injection cocktail.”
Erythromycin antibiotic increases a child’s risk of sudden cardiac death
Erythromycin is likewise risky, having been shown in scientific testing to increase one’s risk of suffering sudden cardiac death. In 2004. research found that one of the biggest problems with erythromycin is the fact that it breaks down very slowly, especially when exposed to other drugs and substances.
“At high levels it traps salt inside resting heart muscle cells, prolonging the time until the next heartbeat starts, and sometimes triggering an abnormal, potentially fatal, rhythm,” explains an NBC News report.
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