Dr. Walter R. Hadwen, J.P.
(M.D., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., L.S.A.)
Vaccine critics Persecuted doctors.
[You can see how the Allopaths/vaccinators are still up to their old tricks on Wikipedia where one called Midgley has inserted a slanted piece (ref ) about his trial for manslaughter charges when he refused to use a vaccine and was consequently persecuted in an attempt to silence his anti-vaccine and anti-vivisection views. See: Wikipedia]
"Also known as "Dr. Hadwen of Gloucester", is regarded as one of the most remarkable individuals and brilliant physicians of our century. Born in Woolwich, he showed unusual intelligence already in childhood, being able to read Latin fluently by the age of seven. He was articled to a chemist as a teenager, and achieved his pharmaceutical qualifications when he was 22. In 1878 he and his wife moved to Somerset to run his own pharmacy business, but he soon realized that health cannot be bought in pharmacies. Having meantime become a vegetarian, he decided to study medicine. He became First Prizeman in Physiology, Operative Surgery, Pathology, Forensic Medicine, and won the Clark Scholarship in 1891, awarded to the most distinguished medical student of the year. Having practiced vivisection in the course of his early studies, he soon recognized that practice as a medical aberration, no less dangerous than the practice of vaccination. He became famous nationwide when he delivered Gloucester of an epidemic of smallpox in a shorter time than any other British city, by ruling out all vaccination and introducing strict measures of hygiene and isolation of the infected instead; which of course won him the hatred and the abuse of the profit-oriented medical establishment. In 1910 he accepted the Presidency of the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (BUAV), which under his competent and flamboyant leadership quickly grew to be, up to his death in 1932, the largest and most authoritative anti-vivisection society in the world."-------Hans RueschQuotes
 "Dare Doctor's Think?" Verbatim Report of the Great Meeting held at Queen's Hall, London, Fri, Feb 6, 1925. In connection with the Rex versus Hadwen manslaughter charge
 Speech at Great Meeting held at Queen's Hall, London, Fri, Feb 6, 1925. In connection with the Rex versus Hadwen manslaughter charge
 The Fraud of Vaccination, Sanitation v. Vaccination, The Birth of the Vaccination Fraud by Dr Hadwen (From "Truth," 1923)
 The Case Against Vaccination by Dr Hadwen (an address at Gloucester on Saturday, January 25th, 1896, during the Gloucester Smallpox Epidemic)
The Anti-Toxin Treatment of Diphtheria: In Theory and Practice