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Part 1 of 3: An Interview About Vaccines with Helen V. Ratajczak, PhD

By Catherine J. Frompovich / June 6, 2011

“The only safe vaccine is one that is never used.” Dr. James R. Shannon, former Director, National Institute of Health [1955-68]   In today’s environment of mandatory vaccines with no safety studies performed on them by the U.S.FDA—at least according to Congressional Hearings on vaccines and autism held 1999-2004—since they would cost too much per […]

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Fact: Evidence in Vaccine Induced Injury Cases is Suppressed

By Christina England, BA Hons / February 14, 2011

There has been reports that experts who give evidence in SBS cases are being sent home and discredited. This has been particularly evident in cases involving children with a vaccine injury. This total lack of regard is making a mockery of the legal justice system, giving parents and care givers accused of child abuse unfair trials.

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Brain Swelling and Damage Associated With Vaccines

By Catherine J. Frompovich / September 16, 2010

Numerous infants and toddlers suffer brain trauma with or without hemorrhages; brain swelling (edema); and cardio-respiratory events shortly after vaccinations to which the medical profession and civil authorities attribute some form of child abuse because of the terrible misconception that vaccines are not capable of producing such health anomalies.

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Are mothers natural protectors or baby killers? Shaken Baby Syndrome and vaccines

By VT / January 26, 2010

. . . Christina England American Chronicle 1/25/2010 For many years around the world, doctors, scientists and professors of medicine have been debating as to whether ‘Shaken Baby Syndrome’ or SBS as it is known, actually exists. For a diagnoses of SBS a baby will need to display a serious acquired brain injury, which is […]

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

By VT / December 30, 2009

. . . 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 […]