Disconnect between evidence & CDC claims Re: childhood vaccination schedule

A report from the World Health Organization Product Development for Vaccine Advisory Committee (PDVAC) “There are approximately 600 vaccine candidates in development against an estimated 110 pathogens…as the routine immunization schedule expands, it becomes increasingly important to have strong, evidence-based justification for . . . Continue reading →

Why would anybody not want a vaccine safety assessment?

Yale study links vaccines to neurological disorders in children A just published study by researchers at Pennsylvania State University and Yale Child Study Center correlated neuropsychiatric disorders in children to vaccines.The study was published in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry (2017)  “The . . . Continue reading →

Bernadine Healy, MD (1944–2011)

Bernadine Healy

Bernadine Healy, MD, a cardiologist, was the first woman Director of the National Institutes of Health (1991–1993); Dean of Ohio State University College of Medicine (1995–1999); President of the American Heart Association (1998–1999); Deputy Director of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and . . . Continue reading →

Andrew Wakefield, MD

“No name in contemporary English medicine is greeted with such polarized reactions as that of Dr. Andrew Wakefield” *read: L’affaire Wakefield: Shades of Dreyfus & BMJ’s Descent into Tabloid Science Andrew Wakefield, MD, an academic gastroenterologist, trained at St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School, . . . Continue reading →

Medicine Hijacked: Books That Document the Real Health Care Crisis

who_killed_health_care.jpg

America’s healthcare system is riddled with financial conflicts of interest. Business interests and commercial priorities undermine the precautionary principle of Medicine, the therapeutic mission of Medicine, the scientific integrity of Medicine.  Government oversight agencies and Congress have subordinated the public interest for $$$. As a result, America’s healthcare delivery system is the third leading cause of death.

 

Continue reading →

Vicissitudes of Psychiatry’s Diagnostic Manual Revisions

The latest area of controversy focuses on the proposed revision of the definition "behavioral addiction disorder" extending the addiction diagnosis to include drug, alcohol and gambling.  It is estimated that the change would expand the number of people labeled as "addicts" by 20 to 30 million who would be entitled to treatment and disability payments costing taxpayers many hundreds of millions of dollars. Continue reading →