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Top 6 Medical Scandals The US Government Hopes You Either Already Forgot Or Never Knew About In The First Place


Source: NaturalNews.com
S.D. Wells
July 8, 2016

Oh, short term memory loss – a major problem for so many Americans that it’s absolutely and positively pathetic, and what’s worse, it’s not even their fault. 1,080 more words

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Use Of Term "FDA" Should Always Trigger A Warning


Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
June 6, 2016

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“In 1957, the FDA burned all the books of dissident physician Wilhelm Reich, M.D., smashed his laboratory equipment with axes, and threw him in jail, where he died.” 401 more words

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Vaccine Damage, The Hidden Truth

Source:  NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
April 17, 2016

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Warning: Don’t read this article if you want to avoid feeling an unpleasant sensation in the pit of your stomach. 511 more words

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Whom do you trust?

The debate on whether or not vaccines are safe, effective, and necessary is really a debate about trust. Their safety is touted by governments, scientists, doctors, and, most of all, the companies that manufacture them. 1,055 more words

Parenting And Kids

Growing Older: My Anxiety about Aging

I just have to write these things down. This aging process is hard to take. My body is eroding inside and out, along with segments of my mind. 355 more words

Aging

Are Criminal Medical Interventions Damaging Everyone?

By Catherine J. Frompovich | Activist Post

I find it hard to imagine that a system this corrupt can be a good thing, or that it is worth the vast amount of money spent on it.

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Editorial: Misleading on drug safety

Published in The Hindu on May 20, 2009

The spectre of Vioxx, the blockbuster non-steroidal anti inflammatory drug (NSAID), continues to haunt pharmaceutical giant Merck even five years after the drug was withdrawn from the market due to its cardiovascular risk. 336 more words

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