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CDC vaccine science covers up giant conflict of interest

Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
October 24, 2016

If you wanted to buy a product, and the main source of research on the product was the company selling it, would you automatically assume the product was safe and effective? 476 more words


Vaccines DO cause autism

The U.S Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) altered their analysis plan based on their research on the safety of the MMR so that the risk of autism from the vaccine was shown not to be significant. 1,017 more words


Your babies keep us employed

Reported quotes from CDC employees responding to people protesting in front of CDC headquarters in Atlanta against the alleged corruption, fraud and cover-up by the agency regarding a study linking increased rates of autism in children who received the MMR (mumps, measles, rubella) vaccine and calling for CDC senior scientist and whistleblower Dr. 32 more words


Health Care news links . . .

I have some things I have been wanting to share that probably didn’t get reported on the Mass News networks, but are important in helping manage your own health care programs.  326 more words

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What happens in mumps, exactly?

What is it?

Mumps is a viral infection. It first causes more general symptoms like fever, muscle pain, headache, and fatigue, but later it can lead to a painful and visible swelling of one or both parotid glands. 458 more words

Courts quietly confirm MMR Vaccine causes Autism

After decades of passionate debate, parents probably missed the repeated admissions by drug companies and governments alike that vaccines do in fact cause autism. For concerned parents seeking the truth, it’s worth remembering that the exact same people who own the world’s drug companies also own America’s news outlets. 1,280 more words


“I’m a Gastroenterologist, how can I help you?”

I’m a physician. I qualified in 1981. I went on to practice as a surgeon, with a specific interest in inflammatory bowel disease. I then became an academic, running a team of nineteen people researching inflammatory bowel disease, and published over the period of ten years in the order of a hundred and thirty, a hundred and forty scientific publications on that particular subject. 117 more words

Andrew Wakefield