A Long Weekend for The Cleveland Clinic

A Long Weekend for The Cleveland Clinic An online firestorm erupts after a family physician posted an article about preservatives and adjuvants present in the influenza vaccine contributing to the epidemic. On Friday, January 6th, Daniel Neides, a family physician and medical director of the …

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Cleveland Clinic doctor’s anti-vaccine column: Q&A explainer

An anti-vaccine column published on cleveland.com by a Cleveland Clinic doctor has drawn harsh criticism. Print Email · Chris Quinn, Vice President of Content, cleveland.com By Chris Quinn, Vice President of Content, cleveland.com The Plain Dealer


Here’s what happened when a Cleveland Clinic doctor promoted anti-vaccine claims

More parents today believe vaccines are unnecessary, a U.S. survey by the American Academy of Pediatrics has found. The most common reason, provided by three out of every four parents: Vaccines are unnecessary because the diseases they prevent …


Backlash is swift after physician’s anti-vaccination comments

“Livid” is how Meghan May, an associate professor of microbiology and infectious diseases at the University of New England College of Medicine, is feeling after an article on vaccines by a physician from Cleveland Clinic appeared online. She’s not alone.


Cleveland Clinic doc apologizes for anti-vax column, hospital promises discipline

Dr. Daniel Neides of the Cleveland Clinic will be “appropriately disciplined” by the hospital system for a guest column he penned on cleveland.com this week that questioned the safety of vaccines and espoused anti-scientific views on flu, childhood


Cleveland Clinic Wellness Doctor Backs Off Antivaccine Column

The medical director of the Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Institute has backed off allegations he made in a newspaper column that adjuvants and preservatives in vaccines may be contributing to a rise in autism and the “chronic disease epidemic,” but the …


The Cleveland Clinic Is Disciplining a Doctor for Spreading Misinformation About Vaccines

Dr. Daniel Neides is the medical director and chief operating officer of the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute. With such an important position at a prestigious medical establishment, Neides’ opinion carries great weight — and, unfortunately, he’s


Fallout from Cleveland Clinic vaccine controversy

CLEVELAND – Dr. Daniel Neides is a primary care physician at Cleveland Clinic and the medical director and C-O-O of the Clinic’s Wellness Institute, but his future is now in question and his article created a PR nightmare that may have tarnished the …


Cleveland Clinic’s anti-vaccine PR nightmare reflects shift in national conversation on vaccination

The online community was quick to challenge anti-vaccine comments shared by a Cleveland Clinic doctor this weekend. The reaction was strong and largely one-sided, reflecting a significant shift in public perception from the days when anti-vaccine


How Cleveland Clinic responded when one of its physician leaders publicly denounced vaccines: 6 things to know

Cleveland Clinic has been grappling with an unexpected public relations issue this week — an anti-vaccine column penned by the medical director and COO of the Clinic’s Wellness Institute, Daniel Neides, MD. The column, which was published last Friday …

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Doctor take his words back about antivaccine column from Cleveland Clinic Wellness

On 6 January 2017, he mentions it like ‘a toxic burden’ and tells that it contributes to the chronic disease. By. Chhavi Goel. -. January 10, 2017. Share on Facebook · Tweet on Twitter. Doctor take his words back about antivaccine column from Cleveland

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Cleveland Clinic: Vaccine Op-Ed Not Our Position, Doc to Be Disciplined

The Cleveland Clinic said Dr. Daniel Neides’ anti-vaccine editorial does not reflect the position of the hospital. (Alexey Poprotskiy/Dreamstime.com). By Jen Krausz | Monday, 09 Jan 2017 02:06 PM. Close. More ways to share… Stumbled. LinkedIn. Vine.


Cleveland Clinic Dr Daniel Neides under fire for linking shots to autism and cancer

A Cleveland Clinic doctor has come under fire for penning an anti-vaccinations blog where he linked shots to autism and cancer. In the blog post for Cleveland.com, Dr Daniel Neides MD, 50, said he was tired of the ‘nonsense Americans are being fed’ and …

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The Practical EmployerCleveland Clinic Doc Feeling Ill After Anti-vaccination Post Stirs Trouble

Dr. Daniel Neides attacked flu shots for children and questioned the safety of childhood vaccination schedules, citing a debunked link between vaccines and autism. January 10, 2017. by Jon Hyman. A wellness physician at the Cleveland Clinic is in hot

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