Dr Richard Halvorsen is a GP (Family Doctor) in central London where he has worked for over 20 years. He is trained in acupuncture and homeopathy and incorporates complementary therapies into his clinical practice alongside orthodox medical treatment. He has spent much time investigating childhood vaccines and is a recognised expert on childhood vaccination. He has written widely on the subject and has been published in newspaper and magazine articles. He has contributed in discussions on television and radio and has recently published a book: 'The Truth About Vaccines How We Are Used as Guinea Pigs Without Knowing It'.
He believes passionately in the ability and right of every individual to be given the freedom to make their own decisions about their healthcare and to be given the opportunity to put those into practice. He encourages parents to choose an immunisation programme tailor-made for their child in consultation with him or their own GP. In his own practice he offers a comprehensive alternative childhood immunisation service.
For further information, please visit his web site at http://www.holbornmedicalservices.com
His personal web site is http://web.mac.com/richardhalvorsen1/
Chickenpox jab? Take the kids to a party instead - DAILY MAIL 13 NOVEMBER 2007
Chickenpox vaccine is bad for children - DAILY TELEGRAPH 9 NOVEMBER 2007
Are vaccines a waste of time? - DAILY MAIL 20 July 2007
Should babies have 25 vaccines at such a tender age? - DAILY MAIL 24 APRIL 2006
A Jab Too Far - DAILY MAIL 11 JANUARY 2005
As a GP I gave kids the MMR jab. Now I wouldn't give it to my own. - SUNDAY EXPRESS MAGAZINE 21 MAY 2000