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Gulf War Syndrome: Emotional Disorder or Vaccine Injury?

By Sarah Carrasco / August 30, 2016

The words of the “Star Spangled Banner” were written during the war of 1812. Amateur poet Francis Scott Key wrote the words to what is now our national anthem after a night of watching bombs drop on Fort McHenry. As bombs dropped in the dark of night, flashes of light illuminated our flag. As each […]


Novartis hails single-dose H1N1 vaccine success

By VT / September 3, 2009

Racing to produce a huge quantity of vaccine to fight an expected tsunami of swine flu cases this fall, Novartis says that a single low dose of its Celtura jab produced an immune response sufficient to protect the volunteers enrolled in a small trial.


Vaccines- The Pharma’s Cauldron

By VT / August 6, 2009

Ingredients used in the vaccine are derived from the kidneys of African Green Monkeys who are first infected with a virus — U.S. patent No. 5911998 — Method of producing a virus vaccine from an African green monkey kidney cell line.