Once again, the U.S. government has tallied up its health-fraud haul, and once again, its prosecutions set a record. And as usual, the pharma business accounted for the lion’s share of the total.
The departments of Justice and Health and Human Services recouped $4.3 billion in criminal and civil penalties in fiscal 2013, a $100 million increase over 2012, the departments said in a statement. That brings the 5-year total to $19.2 billion.
Dr Paul Offit is a well-known vaccine advocate and doctor at the Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), where he is director of the Vaccine Information Center.
… Dr Offit is asserting that aluminum is a nutrient, i.e. a mineral with healthful functions in the human body. This is absolutely false. Aluminum has no healthful function in the body. It is a toxin and a toxin only. The fact that aluminum concentrations increase in the blood and change in some tissues does not in any way mean or suggest that aluminum is doing good or necessary functions. Its just moving around the body as all substances are known to do.
The CDC recently posted information about the number of confirmed cases of measles in the first three months of 2015, as well as in which states those cases occurred.
From the post:
From January 1 to March 13, 2015, 176 people from 17 states and the District of Columbia were reported to have measles [AZ (7), CA (118), CO (1), DC (2), DE (1), GA (1), IL (15), MI (1), MN (1), NE (2), NJ (2), NY (3), NV (9), PA (1), SD (2) TX (1), UT (2), WA (7)].
In the at risk group, 42% of babies born of infected mothers develop occult HBV infection, and it is not prevented by administration of recombinant HBV vaccine to the newborn.
That’s right, research shows the vaccine is not effective at all in preventing infection in even those babies and may contribute to mutations in the virus that allow for covert infection. Oh, and in the babies who are not at risk, but still receive the vaccine as newborns, research shows it is short-lived and that by the time they are teenagers and could possibly be at risk, any immunity the vaccine may have produced will have worn off.
So why give the Hep B vaccine to babies? Keep reading. The article is written by Dr. Kelly Brogan, M.D.
Most recently, an oncology dietitian pointed out significant discrepancies in a new HPV vaccine effectiveness study published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, which evaluated data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES), 2003-2006 and 2007-2010.
The study pointed out that HPV vaccine uptake among young girls in the US has been low but concluded that:
“Within four years of vaccine introduction, the vaccine-type HPV prevalence decreased among females aged 14–19 years despite low vaccine uptake. The estimated vaccine effectiveness was high.”
Dr. Suzanne Humphries, a practicing nephrologist (kidney physician), says the vaccine industry isn’t giving people both sides of the story, and parents need to get informed before subjecting their children to vaccines that can potentially cause serious harm or even death. She points out the reasoning of the government and pharmaceutical industry in claiming that “people are too stupid” to notice that vaccines are “miraculous,” and so they are going to give out vaccines anyway.
Megan saw something she knew wasn’t correct, and decided to do something about it.
From the article:
Despite what you may have been led to believe, you are perfectly capable of using your brain and asking questions, no special credentials required. If you are going to vaccinate your child, you deserve the facts.