Bill Gates, Doctor Says Refused To Vaccinate His Children : FactCheck

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Viral Message: The physician who served as Bill Gates’ private doctor in Seattle in the 1990s says the Microsoft founder and vaccine proponent “refused to vaccinate his own children” when they were young.

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The physician who served as Bill Gates’ private doctor in Seattle in the 1990s says the Microsoft founder and vaccine proponent “refused to vaccinate his own children” when they were young.

“I don’t know if he had them vaccinated as adults, but I can tell you he point blank refused to vaccinate them as children,” the physician said at a behind closed doors medical symposium in Seattle, adding “They were gorgeous kids, really smart and vivacious, and he said they would be OK as it was, they didn’t need any shots.“

Viral Message Verification:- The news published in your news wire states that “Bill Gates’ Former Doctor Says Billionaire ‘Refused To Vaccinate His Children’”, he original article came from YourNewsWire, a notorious purveyor of made up stories and hoaxes,

The story does not mention the name of the doctor, the date/time of the symposium or the names of any of the physicians present.

The article gives vague excuse about doctor-patient confidentiality and "industry code of conduct" while mentioning "reports" as the source. It also doesn't explain who published these "reports" and where, or who even wrote them.

yournewswire was Founded by Sean Adl-Tabatabai and Sinclair Treadway in 2014. It has published fake stories, such as "claims that the Queen had threatened to abdicate if the UK voted against Brexit."

Earliar Yournewswire.com published a story saying First Lady Michelle Obama had unfollowed Clinton on Twitter. A quick check of Twitter proved the story false. 

In the past YourNewsWire has been the source of or helped spread a long string of persistent rumors, including the fake claim that a terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England was a “false flag,” or a government plot designed to keep the populace in fear. They also reported the widespread (but completely false) rumor that a second gunman helped carry out the mass shooting in Las Vegas on 1 October 2017.

It’s significant to note that YourNewsWire often uses fictional quotes juice up the clickbait value of their stories, sometimes for the purpose of putting outrageous words in celebrities’s mouths, and other times to invent stories and attribute them to conveniently–anonymous witnesses or officials.

In our opinion the stories or news covered on this site cannot be trusted and must be well verified before being actually shared and believed.

 



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