WHO chief says worst of swine flu pandemic is over in U.S., Europe

. . . By Eliane Engeler Associated Press GENEVA — Many more people could become sick with swine flu this winter even though it has peaked in North America and some European countries, the head of the World Health Organization said Tuesday. The worst of the swine flu outbreak is over in the United States,…

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Demand down for swine flu shots

. . . By Josh Goldstein Philly.com Karen Williams had tried to get her twins, Liam and Declan, immunized against the swine flu virus as soon as they were old enough, but a Burlington County clinic in November was postponed for lack of the vaccine. So yesterday, Williams arrived with her 8-month-old boys an hour…

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Germany Aims to Cancel 50% of Swine Flu Shots, Ministry Says

. . . By Rainer Buergin Bloomberg Dec. 30 (Bloomberg) — Germany aims to accept only half the Pandemrix swine flu vaccine doses it ordered from GlaxoSmithKline Plc because the disease has proven less severe than expected, the Health Ministry in the state of Thuringia said today. The order of 50 million doses was based…

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Child Protection stole Christmas from families around the world with SBS accusations

. . . Christina England American Chronicle December 30th, 2009 Christmas time is a time for families and a time for children but sadly many families this year faced a Christmas without their children because child protection agencies and paediatricians misdiagnosed very real conditions, opting instead to accuse parents of shaking their babies. As a…

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Thimerosal: A vaccine ingredient’s toxic legacy

. . . Written by Roman Bystrianyk Health Sentinel Wednesday, 30 December 2009 02:28 April, 1948 an article is published in the journal Pediatrics: “Inspection of the records of the Children’s Hospital for the past ten years has disclosed 15 instances in which children developed acute cerebral symptoms within a period of hours after the…

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WHO chief yet to be vaccinated against swine flu

. . . Yahoo News Tue Dec 29, 12:20 PM GENEVA (AFP) – World Health Organization chief Margaret Chan revealed Tuesday that she has yet to be vaccinated against the swine flu virus, which has killed over 11,500 people world-wide. “I have asked my medical service to enquire where I can go to get my…

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Toxic metals may influence autism severity

Children with higher levels of metals – such as lead and antimony – in their urine had more severe autism, suggesting that metal levels in their bodies may contribute to its seriousness.

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Medical sales reps work alongside doctors, even in operating rooms

A perfect example of how sales representatives are influencing medical professionals.

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EXPLOSIVE CONFLICT OF INTEREST: WHO PROFITS FROM THE NATIONAL HEALTH PLAN? AND FROM OTHER INVESTMENTS…

. . Source: www.insolutions.info S. By Jon Rappoport www.insolutions.info www.nomorefakenews.com DECEMBER 25, 2009. I have to begin by saying you need to know about Walter Burien.  http://CAFR1.com Walter curls people’s hair.  For many years, he has been investigating the investments made by governments.  The what?  I know.  This sounds like a non-sequitur.  Governments aren’t businesses,…

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Investigative Journalist Implicates Partnership for New York City Behind the Scene of H1N1 Flu Scam

Investigative journalist, Sherri Kane, implicates the Partnership for New York City, David Rockefeller, Rupert Murdoch, Goldman Sachs, Merck behind flu scam.

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