February 2015

Conflicts of interest are rampant and easily made public in doctor-pharmaceutical relationships, they are more difficult to detect in relationships between the industry and US federal agencies. While pharma’s presence in public health agencies seems inevitable, given the high level of job mobility, in which people move from one sector to the other while maintaining
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Vaccine safety news: What are your legal rights? 

Let’s start with the undeniable (scientific) truth about vaccines – they fail to prevent disease and are NOT the reason that small pox, polio plus other infectious disease rates have declined. If fact, it is quite clear that vaccinations – filled with toxic ingredients like mercury, aluminum and formaldehyde – actually cause sickness and premature
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Infographic: Vaccine Circular Logic

Vaccines are the only product that benefit from reverse market logic: The greater their failure rate, the more positive publicity and sales they receive. Please follow and like us:

How vaccine hysteria could spark a totalitarian nightmare

Gov. Chris Christie has been vilified for making a very simple statement — that parents (and presumably patients themselves) should have the freedom to choose whether to vaccinate their children. I have been asked for years what I thought about vaccination, so let me lay out the issues. Please follow and like us:

Measles outbreak likely caused by vaccinated children, science shows

While the media continues to spew emotionally charged tirades about how the anti-vaccination “movement” allegedly triggered the recent measles outbreak that health authorities believe started at Disneyland, actual science suggests that the most likely cause of this insanely overblown outbreak was a person who was recently vaccinated. Please follow and like us:

Flawed HPV Vaccine Safety Statement Triggers Butterfly Effect

Leaked E-Mails Reveal WHO Suppressed Info on Dangerous Particles in VaccineIn chaos theory, there is a familiar metaphor known as the “butterfly effect” that suggests small changes in initial conditions (the flapping of a butterfly’s wings) can result in large differences in a later state (the pattern of a hurricane). In the area of vaccine
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