America’s Bitter Pill:Money Politics, Backroom Deals & the Fight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System

In his new book, America’s Bitter Pill  (2015) Steven Brill explains why the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) won’t work. Brill’s damning indictment is based on the fact that this market driven system, with all its profiteering and run away costs in place, will . . . Continue reading →

SUPPORT: Tuskegee-Style Medical Deceit Still Overrules Human Research Protections

Peter Aleff

Peter Aleff, our guest contributor whose scathing, detailed insightful critique of unethical experiments, in particular, the contentious government sponsored SUPPORT experiment that put premature babies lives and well-being at increased risk without disclosing the true nature of the experiment to the parents. . . . Continue reading →

Public Health Gone Awry: Birth Dose of Hepatitis B Vaccine


Hepatitis B is a serious disease. It is highly prevalent in many countries in Asia (nearly 10% of Chinese carried the illness in 1992). Fortunately its prevalence in the US is very low.  According to CDC data, the overall reported US incidence rate . . . Continue reading →

Immunocompromised children: what are their infectious risks from the unvaccinated?

Vaccine Epidemic

Posted by Meryl Nass, MD In the last few days there have been multiple news articles and testimonies in the Maine and Vermont legislatures about the need to impose vaccine mandates to protect immunocompromised children.[1] [2] I attended the vaccine bills’ hearing . . . Continue reading →

CDC Measles Vaccination Rule Has Left Millions of Vaccinated Americans Without Protection

Lots of babies get measles in Africa and India, and it is a significant cause of death there. A great deal of work has gone into developing measles vaccines that can be given to children at younger and younger ages, especially in . . . Continue reading →

Liability waivers for swine flu vaccine-induced narcolepsy costs Euro governments over $1 Billion


Posted by Meryl Nass, MD Swine flu vaccine-induced narcolepsy is costing European governments over $1 Billion due to liability waivers for manufacturers; and the same waivers were just issued for Ebola vaccines. The UK is paying out about $1.7 million dollars per . . . Continue reading →

Testimony Against SF 2841-Minnesota – Preschool Socioemotional Screening–Karen Effrem, MD.

I am here in vigorous opposition to SF 2841 that would implement mental health screening for three-year-old children entering public school. Continue reading →