The VAXXED film crew recently interviewed Dr. Anthony Phan in California. Dr. Phan escaped from Vietnam in the 1970s when he was 8 years old. He was separated from his parents and escaped on a fishing boat along with his 2 year old brother.
Making it to the U.S. as a child refugee, Dr. Phan testifies that God led him through college and medical school, and he went on to become a medical doctor at Johns Hopkins.
Dr. Phan talks about how his mentor at Johns Hopkins taught him about the importance of the Hippocratic Oath to "do no harm."
Do no harm means your oath is to the patient. Not to the CDC, not to the government, not to the FDA, your oath is to the patient.
His mentor also reportedly stated to him: "One day Tony, in your career (this was in 1993), when you see these threesome (CDC, FDA, and the government) in bed together, be very careful. When you see pharmaceutical companies being in bed with the government, and being controlled by the health industry, you need to make a decision about where you want to take your medical career."
Dr. Phan explains that his experience with vaccines began in 2000 when he did his fellowship in Integrated Medicine. He was taught to question the practices of "conventional" medicine that are wrong.
He was practicing in geriatrics at the time, and he noticed that every time he gave the flu shot to his older patients, they would get very sick.
"They would get very sick with upper respiratory tract infections, some would get pneumonia, and some would be admitted to the hospital and die."
So he stopped giving flu shots after 5 or 6 injections.