Vaccine fraud

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This is a picture of a flu shot package insert (the document that unfolds like a roadmap containing all the research that’s been done on medication by the pharma company. That data is what is presented to the FDA to license a drug)

More from the flu vaccines label:

“Safety and effectiveness of Flulaval have not been established in pregnant women, nursing mothers or children.” (And yet this vaccine is routinely administered to pregnant women.)

“Safety and effectiveness of Flulaval in pediatric patients have not been established.” (Yet the vaccine is also routinely given to children.)

“Flulaval has not been evaluated for carcinogenic or mutagenic potential, or for impairment of fertility.” (It might cause cancer and spontaneous abortions, in other words, but they don’t really know.)

“Do not administer Flulaval to anyone… following previous administration of any influenza vaccine.” (No one who has already had a flu shot in any previous year should take this flu shot. Yet flu shots are routinely given year after year to the very same people who often end up getting the flu anyway because their immune systems are so compromised.)

Thanks to Mike Adams for posting.

Learn more: Vaccine researcher fakes evidence

Evidence of vaccine failure

From Sciencemag.org:

Whooping Cough Vaccine Does Not Stop Spread of Disease in Lab Animals

“The researchers infected four groups of baboons , each group containing three or four babies, by anesthetizing the animals and dripping a pertussis-containing solution into their noses. One group had already received the standard three doses of the acellular vaccine; a second received the whole-cell vaccine. Members of the third group had previously had whooping cough. Those in the fourth group had not had the disease and received no vaccine before being exposed.

As expected, the unvaccinated baboons developed severe whooping cough, while the baboons that had been sick previously remained well, the research team reports today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Both groups of vaccinated animals also remained healthy. However, the germ persisted an average of 35 days in the throats of baboons vaccinated with the acellular shot, though it grew less thickly than it did in the throats of the sick, unvaccinated animals. Baboons vaccinated with the whole-cell shot harbored the germ for 18 days, and it did not grow at all in animals that previously had recovered from pertussis.

Read the article here: Whooping Cough Vaccine Does Not Stop Spread of Disease in Lab Animals

So much for the theory that it’s the unvaccinated that weakens herd immunity and spreads disease.

I have worked with many children whose immune system’s were not compromised by vaccinations and did contract pertussis. With the proper herbal and homeopathic support needed for their bodies, the infection was rather mild. And now all the children have a true community so that they will not harbor and spread the infection themselves. Added bonus: the little girls now have the ability to pass the antibodies on to their babies.

More on why vaccines fail

Another excellent article from Dr. Mercola.

Highlights:

Longtime MMR vaccine advocate Dr. Gregory Poland now says the measles-containing MMR shot often fails to protect against measles and that recently reported measles outbreaks in highly vaccinated societies occurs primarily among those previously vaccinated.

The MMR vaccine is unlikely to eradicate measles globally because even after two doses, nearly 10 percent of children do not have vaccine strain measles antibodies.

Serious vaccine reactions continue to be reported; a new father in Australia became paralyzed after receiving a B. pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine in order to visit his newborn son in the hospital nursery.

Furthermore:

As board-certified pediatrician Dr. Lawrence Palevsky said:

“…they are not following children long enough to know whether in three months, six months, three years, six years, or 10 years, there could be some autoimmune antibody or some immune challenge that happens to the body that lingers or that just sits there as a genotypic effect. There’s a change in the genetics, there’s a change in the DNA, that doesn’t necessarily manifest itself until years later because of other stressors, perhaps even from another vaccine that comes years later. None of those studies have been done, so I don’t know how you can say that vaccines are safe.

…We’re not looking at the micro-molecular levels to see, ‘Okay, was there an autoimmune antibody produced? Were there other inflammatory markers produced? Where did those markers manifest? Did they stay in the body? Did they manifest into clinical symptoms? How are they relevant?’ None of that science is being done. But we’re just saying that vaccines are safe, because we’ve been doing it for so long. And anyone with a good scientific mind would say that’s not adequate.”

Learn more here: Measles vaccine failures

More on why antibiotics should not be a knee-jerk prescription..

Our bodies are covered in a sea of microbes — both the pathogens that make us sick and the “good” microbes, about which we know less, that might be keeping us healthy. At TEDMED, microbiologist Jonathan Eisen shares what we know, including some surprising ways to put those good microbes to work. Meet Your Microbes

Highlights from Dr. Eisen’s talk:

Fun microbe fact: the average healthy adult has 10 times as many microbial cells as human cells. So what good things are these microbes doing for us? Here, some highlights.

1. Microbes play defense. The oodles of microbes that live on and inside us protect us from pathogens simply by taking up space. By occupying spots where nasties could get access to and thrive, good microbes keep us healthy. As Eisen explains, “It’s sort of like how having a nice ground cover around your house can prevent weeds from taking over.”

2. Microbes boost the immune system. Researchers at Loyola University demonstrated in a 2010 study how Bacillus, a rod-shaped bacteria found in the digestive tract, bind to immune system cells and stimulate them to divide and reproduce. The research suggests that, years down the road, those with weakened immune systems could be treated by introducing these bacterial spores into the system. These microbes could potentially even help the body fight cancerous tumors.

3. Microbes protect us from auto-immune diseases. In his TEDTalk, Eisen describes being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes as a teenager after “slowly wasting away until I looked like a famine victim with an unquenchable thirst.” Because microbes help train the immune system, if the microbiome is thrown out of whack, it can alter the body’s ability to differentiate between itself and foreign invaders. Recent research into Type 1 Diabetes reveals that a disturbance in the microbial community could trigger the disease, in which the body kills cells that produce insulin. In a 2009 study, researchers at Cornell University showed that introducing a benign strain of E. coli into diabetic mice set off a domino effect that led them to produce insulin. The work suggests that, someday, microbial yogurt could replace insulin shots for people with the disease. Microbial disturbances could be at the root of other auto-immune disorders too.

4. Microbes keep us slim. Microbes play an important role in our body shape by helping us digest and ferment foods, as well as by producing chemicals that shape our metabolic rates. Eisen explains, “It seems that disturbances in our microbial community may be one of the factors leading to an increase in obesity.”

5. Microbes detoxify and may even fight off stress. Just as humans breath in oxygen and release carbon dioxide, microbes in and on us take in toxins and spare us their dangerous effects. A recent study also shows that people feeling intense stress have much less diverse bacterial communities in the gut, suggesting that there is a not-yet-understood interplay between microbes and stress responses.

6. Microbes keep babies healthy. Recent studies have shown that babies born via caesarean section have very different microbiomes than those born the old-fashioned way. Why? Because during the birthing process, babies are colonized with the microbes of their mother, especially substances that aid in the digestion of milk. According to Science News, babies born via C-section are more likely to develop allergies and asthma than children born vaginally.
It’s clear that microbes have major implications for our health. And yet, much more research needs to be done to determine what different microbes do, and whether their disturbance causes ailments or is simply correlated to various health issues.

Antibiotic overuse leads to 75K deaths per year in US hospitals…

That’s approximately 200 per day. Bugs are smart. They’re evolving. We’re running out of pharmacological options to kill them off.

Here’s a thought – naturally strengthen the immune system so it can do it’s job.

Example: 2 weeks ago my little girl could not go to her friends house to play as 3 of the 4 residents had “strep throat”. She had been there the previous 2 days. Sure enough the next day she’s complaining of a sore throat. It was diagnosed as strep off a reagent swab in the M.D.’s office her mom had taken her to (..would a jury convict me?). After a quick MFT eval that evening 2 products were identified to balance and expand her Field. When I checked on her mid-morning the next day she was jumping on the couch. That evening she informed me her throat was all better. She was back to school the next day. Pain from strep throat lasting little more than 24 hrs is a lot better than I experienced when I was her age.

I’m not advocating the dogmatic avoidance of antibiotics. If she did not improve in short order I was fully prepared to go ahead with her prescription. But her immune system was able to deal with the situation given the proper support.

http://news.msn.com/us/hospital-infections-kill-200-daily-in-us#tscptme

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