Michael D Innis
Shaken Baby Syndrome
I am a pathologist and a hematologist. My qualifications are MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine) University of Madras 1942; DTM&H (Diploma of Tropical Medicine) University of Liverpool; FRCPA (Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists) 1960 (Australia); FRCPath (Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists) 1972 (United Kingdom). I have substantial experience in hematology and have had experience in interpreting laboratory results for over 30 years. I have been a part time lecturer in Medicine at the University of Queensland and have instructed candidates appearing for Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia.
[2015 Oct] Shaken Baby Syndrome or Death by Vaccine? Doctor Speaks Out…by Christina England and Michael Innis, MD
[2010 March Letter] MMR Toxicity Explained byMichael D Innis
[pdf] Vaccines, Apparent Life-Threatening Events, Barlow's Disease, and Questions about Shaken Baby Syndrome by Michael D. Innis, MBBS
[pdf] Vitamin K deficiency disease by Michael Innis MBBS Rapid Responses to Does cot death still exist?
[March 2008 SBS letter] Child Health Safety - BMJ Stifles Debate
[BMJ Aug 2002] History repeats itself (shaken baby syndrome)
[BMJ 22 March 2002] Misdiagnosis of “Shaken Baby Syndrome” by Michael D Innis
Shaken Baby Syndrome: Pitfalls in Diagnosis and Demographics By F. Edward Yazbak, MD, FAAP
Innis, SM. The role of dietary n-6 and n-3 fatty acids in the developing brain. Devel Neuroscience, 2000; 22(5-6):4740480.
My paper on “Coagulopathy mistaken for Shaken Baby Syndrome” was rejected – it recorded the case of a child given six vaccines on the same day and who was ill with fever, irritability and diarrhoea the next day and was dead three weeks later. Death was certified to be due to the Shaken Baby Syndrome on the evidence of Pathologists, Paediatricians and Radiologists when all the haematological and biochemical evidence clearly indicated death was due to a coagulopathy following hepatic insufficiency and malnutrition. [BMJ Aug 2002] History repeats itself (shaken baby syndrome)
[2010 March Letter] MMR Toxicity Explained byMichael D Innis The truth is it is harming the children because as Wakefield and his colleagues have shown, some ingredient in the vaccine causes methymalonic acidaemia followed by cobalamine deficiency and consequently neurological lesions in genetically susceptible children. The government is blind to this and one way out of this dilemma it seems is for doctors to forgo the five pieces of silver and refuse to vaccinate children on the grounds that the oath they have sworn, "first do no harm" forbids such an action.
In April 2004, Michael D. Innis, the renowned Australian
pathologist-hematologist and an expert on SBS, wrote in a communication
to the British Medical Journal (BMJ): ". in spite of
being repeatedly challenged to document a single
authenticated case of shaken baby syndrome or
shaking/impact Injury, no one has been able to do so. All they are
required to do to convince judges, juries, and those of us who regard the
condition as a spurious diagnosis, is present a case which:
1. was not vaccinated within 21 days of the onset of symptoms;
2. was shown to have a normal coagulation/hemostatic system;
3. had no evidence of malnutrition, and was not artificial fed or premature, since these factors predispose to fractures .
If the numerous pediatricians, ophthalmologists, radiologists and pathologists, who have given evidence in courts in the U.K., U.S. and Australia, are unable to document a single properly investigated case, there is good reason to abandon the diagnosis." Shaken Baby Syndrome And Multiple Vaccinations: An Investigation By Red Flags Columnist, F. Edward Yazbak, MD, FAAP
They will have successfully demolished my explanation if they can document a
single case of Shaken Baby Syndrome or “inflicted shaking/impact injury” (as
they prefer to call it), which occurred outside the 21-day period and in which a
disorder of haemostasis, nutrition, or liver disease was convincingly excluded.
I repeat, the diagnosis of Shaken Baby Syndrome or inflicted shaking/impact injury is a proven figment of the imagination of some in the medical profession and should be relegated to the scrap heap of history before it causes any more shame to the profession and disaster to innocent families. Source
To prevent death following vaccination Alan
Clemetson's opinion is;
"There are very rare instances of severe
reactions or even death following the usual infant
inoculations. Although such events are rare, we need
to do all we can to prevent them.
Animal observations have shown that the blood histamine concentration is increased following the injection of vaccines or toxoids and this is most likely responsible for the problems.
Vitamin C supplementation is now known to reduce the blood histamine levels; it also reduces the mortality rates following inoculations, both in animals and in man.
It is suggested that inoculations should not be given to severely debilitated infants and that supplementary vitamin C should be given in orange juice, before inoculation, to any infant with coryza, and also to any infant or adult who is to receive an unduly large number of inoculations at one time.
Moreover, vitamin C should be given by injection whenever convulsions or other untoward events occur within a day or two after vaccination or inoculation." Why not try Clemetson's suggestions - out of curiosity? ----Michael D Innis,  Rapid Responses to Does cot death still exist?