Simply put, Dr. Liz Mumper loves children. She has dedicated her life to not only being their advocate, but she relies heavily upon data, evidence based medicine, and is unafraid to test guidelines even if it means challenging her own practice protocols.
Dr. Mumper has the receipts. The data of does not show mitigation of risk for COVID injury by vaccinating children, specifically with the mRNA platform therapies.
Well studied in her effort to reduce the increasing rate of autism, Dr. Mumper was all to familiar with the need to protect before inject when it came to evaluating the best path to good health for children.
Her clinical experience includes five years in pediatric practice, over a decade as Director of Pediatric Education in a Family Practice Residency Program, 16 years as clinical faculty at the University of Virginia, and five years as Medical Director of the Autism Research Institute. She is currently on the faculty of MAPS (Medical Academy for Pediatric Special Needs) and is certified by the Institute of Functional Medicine, where she developed the first advanced clinical training in pediatrics for the organization.
Dr. Mumper has written book chapters, had her clinical research at the Rimland Center published in peer-reviewed journals, and has lectured nationally and internationally.
She is currently doing research on vaccination status as it relates to the prevalence of chronic illness in children. She advocates integrative and functional medicine strategies to care for children with complex chronic illnesses.