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Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated: Mawson Homeschooled Study Reveals Who is Sicker

Posted by Celeste McGovern on May 04, 2017 | in mawson vaccine study

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It’s never been done before. The first-of-its-kind study of vaccinated vs. unvaccinated American homeschooled children shows who is really ailing…and parents should be worried

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Brain-Damaged Kids:  Sesame Street’s Happy New Normal

Posted by Celeste McGovern on Mar 23, 2017

Autistic Muppet Suggests Terrifying Escalation in Autism Rates is “Okay”

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Parents’ Tragic Loss Exploited by Pro-Vaccine Canadian Authorities

Posted by Claire Dwoskin on Mar 10, 2017 | in vaccines and autoimmunity

Father Jailed After Unequipped Ambulance Failed to Save His Toddler, Family Awaits Appeal

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Primary Ovarian Failure and HPV Vaccine

Posted by Celeste McGovern on Mar 06, 2017

Dr. Orit Hamiel of Sheba Medical Center in Israel discusses HPV vaccination and subsequent primary ovarian failure, alternatively known as primary or premature ovarian insufficiency (POI), premature ovarian failure (POF) or diminished ovarian reserve (DOR). All these are names for a condition that causes women to experience menopause earlier in life than normal. About half of all women will experience menopause between the ages of 50 and 60, but menopause before the age of 40 is considered premature.

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Is There Objective Evidence that the Current HPV Vaccination Programs are not Justified?

Posted by Celeste McGovern on Mar 01, 2017

University of British Columbia post-doctoral fellow and biochemist Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic reviews the data to determine the justification or lack of justification for immunization programs targeting human papilloma virus (HPV), which causes over 90% of cervical cancers. In doing so, Dr. Tomljenovic addresses two questions: What is the evidence that the HPV vaccine prevents cervical cancer and can therefore offer long-term clinical benefit? And what is the nature and incidence of HPV-related adverse events?

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Vaccination May Increase Risk of Rare Psychiatric Childhood Disorders, Study Finds

 Children with anorexia nervosa, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety and tic disorders were more likely to have had a recent vaccination, according to a new study based on a database of privately insured children’s medical claims.
vaccines and Psychiatric DisordersThe pilot study, from Penn State and Yale University researchers, found that children with a new diagnosis of some neuropsychiatric disorders were more likely to have received an influenza vaccine during the preceding one-year period.

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Aluminum readily apparent in Alzheimer’s disease brain tissue

Posted by Claire Dwoskin on Jan 31, 2017

Aluminum is neurotoxic, but the average consumer might be forgiven for not knowing about the metal’s health dangers. This is because mainstream websites routinely dismiss questions about whether aluminum is a risk factor for neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD), labeling aluminum’s possible role as either “controversial” or a “myth” without scientific merit. The not-for-profit Alzheimer’s Association, for example, asserts that “studies have failed to confirm any role for aluminum in causing Alzheimer’s.”

 

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Dirty Vaccines: New Study Reveals Prevalence of Contaminants

Every Human Vaccine Tested Was Contaminated by Unsafe Levels of Metals and Debris Linked to Cancer and Autoimmune Disease, New Study Reports

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The Government Should Do It, But They Don’t: Why Independent Research is Needed

Posted by Claire Dwoskin on Dec 06, 2016

In most cases, drugs are rigorously safety tested, not only to find any potential negative side effects, but also to address any interactions the drug may have with other medications if taken concurrently. Pharmaceutical companies are incentivized to do this. If drugs are inadequately tested or the side effects are too harsh, they can be taken off the market by the FDA. The need to test drugs and put out the best possible product with the fewest possible side effects is further bolstered by healthy competition. This competition results in the availability of multiple kinds of drugs to treat any given condition, essential to customers who may have adverse reactions to certain chemical compounds or ingredients.

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WHY WE NEED TO ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT VACCINES

Posted by Claire Dwoskin on Sep 14, 2016

Pharma companies and the media are not kind to those who publicly question the use of vaccines and the practices of their manufactures. Often people are either pounced on by the media, made to look paranoid or crazy, or unceremoniously and unsympathetically dismissed. However, this should not dissuade questioners from making their inquiries public. There are many good reasons why questions should be asked.

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