Vaccines, an Appraisal by a Practicing Medical Doctor

The following insightful commentary was written by Dr. Richard Moskowitz, an experienced, compassionate, soft-spoken, wise family physician. Dr. Moskowitz received his BA from Harvard, Phi Beta Kappa, his MD from New York University and a US Steel Fellowship in philosophy at the . . . Continue reading →

Letter Regarding HELP Hearing “Vaccines Save Lives”

Posted by Brett Wilcox, on February 28, 2019 Letter to Senator Lisa Murkowski 522 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 February 28, 2019                 Re: HELP Hearing, “Vaccines Save Lives” Dear Senator Murkowski, My name . . . Continue reading →

Urgent Action Required to Maintain Our Medical Freedom to Choose

FYI & Action History is repeating itself! Once again, a massive propaganda machine has fomented disease hysteria, preempting rational public health policy decisions. Last time around, coercive medical sterilizations were performed in the U.S.; their goal was to “cleanse the genetic pool . . . Continue reading →

Childhood Vaccines that are Unjustifiably Mandated

Below, Meryl Nass, MD,* an internal medicine physician whose expertise in vaccines includes creating a methodology for investigating and distinguishing between natural epidemics and biological warfare events, provides substantive information about several vaccines that are on the Childhood Vaccination Schedule. Childhood Vaccines . . . Continue reading →

Non-Consensual Medical Experiments Expose Patients to Risk of Death

When invited to become subjects in a medical experiment, most African-Americans decline; the memory of Tuskegee is indelibly ingrained in their communal memory. Their distrust is buttressed by the evidence; before and since Tuskegee. This community has been subjected to a continuum . . . Continue reading →

Hospital Acquired Infections Pose Serious Harm to Patients

Few Americans realize that medical errors including adverse drug interactions constitute the third-leading cause of death in the U.S. Hospital-acquired infections are increasing rapidly; what’s more, they are becoming resistant to treatment with antibiotics. These infections pose a life-threatening risk, especially to . . . Continue reading →