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Why the Chicken Pox Vaccine Makes NO Sense

The chicken pox vaccine, formally known as the varicella vaccination, was added to the recommended childhood vaccination schedule in 1995. Prior to this vaccine’s creation, it was a common practice for families to expose children to others who had the chicken pox. The disease was considered a normal part of childhood and it was widely […]

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Does the MMR Vaccine Cause Autism?

Does the MMR vaccine cause autism? This is the essential question that each parent should ponder prior to injecting their child with the MMR vaccination. The answer is largely divided between conventional medicine and the holistic community. Evidence supporting the claim that the MMR vaccine causes autism includes parental reports, court case verdicts, multiple research […]

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How Rhode Island Parents Are Winning Back Their Rights to Vaccine Choice

Families in Rhode Island are winning the war against mandatory vaccination. They have joined together with two powerful advocacy organizations whose efforts have successfully aided the of introduction five legislative bills to their state government related to vaccine choice. Their diligence offers a strong example to other parents who also question the implications of mandating […]

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Big Pharma, Harvard, and the Recent Mumps Outbreak

Many people are already aware of the mumps outbreak at Harvard University that has spread to forty students, developing in recent weeks from two isolated cases that were discovered on campus earlier this year in late February. [1] The irony of this outbreak is that it has occurred only among vaccinated students. The MMR vaccine […]

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Why the Documentary Vaxxed is so Controversial and Important to Support

Recently Dr. Andrew Wakefield directed the documentary Vaxxed to educate the public about autism in general, and more specifically to address the coverup of the 2004 research connecting the MMR vaccine to autism. Gastroenterologist Wakefield has become a champion for the autism community, which stands behind Wakefield’s dedication and work to help the growing numbers […]

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Doctor Andrew Wakefield: Hero or Quack?

The answer to the question of whether Dr. Andrew Wakefield is a hero or an enemy to modern science depends largely on one’s perspective and training. Dr. Wakefield, a practicing British gastroenterologist, dared to publicly question the safety of the MMR vaccination in 1998. Wakefield observed that his pediatric gastroenterology patients suffered specific inflammatory bowel […]

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Infant Paralyzed and Brain-Damaged After 6-Month Vaccinations, Doctors Threatened Parents to Further Vaccinate Their Daughter

Many parents are desperate to find help in healing their vaccine-injured child. July Garza is a mother who felt vaccines were important and never could imagine the pain her child would suffer as a result of bringing her into the doctor’s office to get vaccinated. At the tender young age of six months old, her […]

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18 Month-Old Dartmouth Child Dies in Her Sleep One Day After Being Vaccinated

“Nevaeh was healthy. She was happy. She was lovable. She put a smile on everyone’s face that she met.” That is how Shannon McDonald of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia described Nevaeh, her daughter. According to the news report, Nevaeh went to the doctor and was vaccinated the day before. Is this yet another coincidence? Will little Nevaeh’s death be classified as […]

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How Healthcare Was Bought Out, Resulting in Today’s Focus on Vaccinations and Pharmaceuticals

Our health care system is now based on a pharmaceutical model of care with a strong emphasis on vaccinations. In the 1800s, homeopathic and nutritional health care approaches successfully treated many people who suffered during disease epidemics. Orthodox medical treatments were dangerous and comparatively less successful in treating patients. Great divides existed between orthodox and […]

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