Top Israeli Doctor Points to Va****es as Contributing to the Rising Rate of Autoimmune Diseases

Sticky post   Vaccine Safety Conference Session 13 – Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld, MD, FRCP 23,579 views •Dec 28, 2011   Hits: 3271

New Delivery System for Vaccines?

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A thought crossed my mind when reading the report below.  I had no corroboration for it, so I kept it to myself–until now. “insoluble and indigestible macromolecule that reacts to the protein assay, but cannot be recognized by any protein… Continue Reading →

The Expert Doctor Who Won't Vaccinate

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I have antibodies to my own DNA.  Is it vaccine-related?   They could do a test to find out who cannot be vaccinated, but that could wipe out half their market. Hits: 16

The Omnibus Autism Proceedings Denied Justice and Compensation to Provide Care to 5,400 Children

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The Omnibus Autism Proceedings Denied Justice and Compensation to Provide Care to 5,400 Children… Countless More Never Put in a Claim Because of the “No-Link” Ruling. Based on the Award Amount in the Hannah Poling Case, the Omnibus Autism Proceedings Would Have Cost the… Continue Reading →

R.I.P Freedom… Protest for Freedom

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This is the protest you will never see here.  I never saw it on the news or heard about it: I’m beginning to suspect YouTube is getting a very bad rap.  It has a wealth of information.  Check these videos… Continue Reading →

Finally. The Real Story Behind Andrew Wakefield and the MMR Vaccine

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  A Thorough Analysis of the Case Against Dr. Andrew Wakefield by Mary Holland, JD Mary Holland is a research scholar at NYU School of Law. She has written and edited books and articles on human rights and law. She has clerked… Continue Reading →

To Vaccinate or Not To Vaccinate?

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Getting back to writing has been a journey. I started my online adventure in October of 2016—about two years ago. I needed to make a living somehow. I had finished my degree in 2014 but found that my lengthy stay in our… Continue Reading →

On Special Needs

Raising sons—or daughters, for that matter, is not for the fainthearted. I raised two strong sons. There were trials, and I found myself walking through burning embers of emotion more than once. My sons are plagued with learning disabilities and… Continue Reading →