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 →
“I wish I could say I was surprised,” commented Robert Schooley, MD, of the University of California San Diego, who acknowledged, “there remain gaps in that scientific understanding. . .” You bet there are . . . . Continue reading →
The negative finding of a comprehensive review of 50 published reports by the highly credible Cochrane Collaboration should discourage healthy people from getting a flu shot. Continue reading →
Following dissemination of our Infomail, Infamous Endorsement of Anthrax Vaccine for Children, AHRP was asked by one recipient, what evidence existed to show that the anthrax vaccine has caused disability and death. This is an important, legitimate question that deserves clarification and . . . Continue reading →
As of June 2011 there have been 68 deaths related to the HPV Gardasil vaccine were reported to VAERS. Continue reading →
New study uncovered 83 federal-court- adjudicated cases of autism linked to vaccine-induced injury–thereby unmasking government duplicity. Continue reading →
Vaccines are legally classified as "unavoidably unsafe"–an indication that they pose an inherent risk. Vaccines have not been subjected to scientifically rigorous placebo controlled safety trials before they have been approved for use in children. The public debate over vaccine safety has . . . Continue reading →
On March 22, 2010 the FDA recommended suspension in the use of GlaxoSMithKline’s Rotarix vaccine–to prevent rotavirus (diarrhea)–due to contamination with pig virus. Rotarix, one of two vaccines licensed in the U.S , has already been given to about 1 million U.S. children along with 30 million worldwide.
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Vaccines against cervical cancer and shingles “don’t fit into the whole public health spirit of outbreak prevention.” Continue reading →
"The reported rate of serious adverse events is greater than the incidence rate of cervical cancer."
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What possible risk/ benefit standard can justify giving an inadequately studied vaccine whose risks include serious, permanent adverse effects–including death– to millions of girls and women–who will likely never get cervical cancer? Continue reading →