Anti-vaccine doctor has letter published in medical journal, wows colleagues

Anti-vaccine doctor has letter published in medical journal, wows colleagues

Prominent anti-vaccine doctor and owner of the online supplement store, “Skin and Chocolate” Dr. Toni Bark continues to be the envy of anti-vaccine doctors everywhere following the publication of a letter entitled, “HPV vaccines and cancer prevention, science versus activism.” The letter was published in the open-access journal “Infectious Agents and Cancer” in 2013 and was in response to an editorial entitled “HPV Prevention series.”

At a recent Holistic Detox Summit, luminaries of the anti-vaccine movement such as Drs. Larry Pavelsky, Suzanne Humphries, and Sherri Tenpenny continually asked Dr. Bark how she “did it” and what is “was like” to have actually published something about vaccines in the medical literature.

“Oh sure,” said Humphries, “We’ve all published in VacTruth and Greenmedinfo – that’s nothing. But for one of us to have written a letter about vaccines which appears in PubMed, that’s what we call a big deal.”

“All the attention is nice, but kind of overwhelming,” Bark told The Spudd. “Mostly, I just want these doctors and especially your readers to know that publishing a letter in a medical journal is a lot harder than ordering an Astavita Pro Oral 6 pack Supplement Case or a Home Meso Kit from my online store. Both of these are currently available for $124.99 and $175.00 respectively.”

  • Suzanne Humphries

    I never said that. This quote is not from me. Dr Suzanne Humphries.

    • Scott Hansen

      You’re not the sharpest knife in the draw are you “doc”? Derp de derp de derp.

  • I am glad Dr Bark had her letter published. But I was not at the said summit and did not make that comment at all.

    There are plenty of doctors publishing the science against vaccines, and the toxicity of vaccination. What is a shame is that so few people actually read the medical literature and are thus naive to that fact.

    • Maddy

      But you aren’t one of them?

    • Scott Hansen

      People such as yourself are the reason why social media sites are considering putting a [satire] tag on posts. Anti vaxers are known for not being able to tell the difference between reality and satire, however.

      Good to see you are keeping that flame alive there, ol’ Suze.

    • Christian

      You really are that thick, hey? Why am I not surprised.

  • Rhianna

    Way to miss satire, Suzanne Humphries. Kind of the same way you miss the weight of medical evidence in favour of vaccination.

  • Toni Bark

    I am honored to have been published on such a prestigious website. This is even greater than being published in a peer-reviewed medical journal because the internet and public opinion is where real research takes place. You don’t need a lab to do research when the internet and a misinformed public exists. Public opinion always overrules science in every case. I for one don’t believe in germ theory and therefore anyone who values my advice shouldn’t believe in it either. If enough people don’t believe in it, it just won’t exist. That’s how research and science actually works.

  • Amy

    You do realize this is a satirical website, right?

  • I was sure I saw Suzanne Humphries at the summit, but maybe it was really Sherri Tenpenny. These ghouls all look the same to people like me whose eyesight has been damaged by the dioxin and ricin in the 2014 flu shots.

  • Suzanne Humphries

    No, sorry, I don’t read humorless satire BECAUSE I spend my time in the actual medical literature, reading the research of real scientists, not hateful so-called satirists. So no I have never read this ridiculous rag.

    So you go on and influence your herd with so called satire and I will influence mine with reality and science.

    • You influence people with “reality and science”? Since when did this miracle start happening? As by definition anti-vaccination liars are detached from reality and abhor science this must be a first.

    • Scott Hansen

      “No, sorry, I don’t read humorless satire”

      Clearly, because you came here and read GOOD satire.

      “spend my time in the actual medical literature, reading the research of real scientists”

      Translation: “I only read the abstract, and go no further. I then go to Facebook and tell my fawning dribblers how dangerous vaccines are, because I think this study says so.”

      “So you go on and influence your herd with so called satire and I will influence mine with reality and science.”

      I dread to think what you view as objective reality, when you can’t even tell the difference between satire and *actual* reality.

  • “This is even greater than being published in a peer-reviewed medical journal because the internet and public opinion is where real research takes place.”

    This sentence could be prefaced with, “To illustrate precisely the entire point of the article, let me say…”

  • Sue

    Surely the real Suzanne Humphries can’t be this dumb…. oh wait….

  • Matthew

    “Once you start lying, you have to keep lying. It’s not easy to keep tweaking the truth to make it all fit together.” ~Haruki Murakami

  • Tracey

    Oh my stars. Someone who can’t tell satire from fact thinks she can understand medical literature.

    That’s another the spudd article right there!

  • Ken

    Sheri Tenpenny is not a scientific researcher who knows how to set all of those things up.

    http://youtu.be/pByYy2uhIIU

  • Neil

    I’m not sure what more ironic: Suzanne Humphries unable to recognise satire, or Suzanne Humphries saying that she spends her time in scientific literature.

    • Cathy

      The former. The latter is not ironic, it’s just scary.

  • simba

    My god, this is hilarious. Just goes to show you, truth can be funnier than fiction as well.

    I would imagine, had the original satirist thought of including an exchange like this with Suzanne Humphries, they would have reconsidered as being just too unrealistic. No-one could be that stupid and self defeating, it would stretch even humor’s bounds of credibility.

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