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Life with Vaccine Injury: A Mother’s Perspective

By Sarah Carrasco / September 13, 2016

What is it like to have a vaccine-injured child? Well, some days, it’s like hell on a bad day. Some days, your child smears feces on the wall, into the carpet and throws it down the vents. Some days, your child is left on a school bus for three hours in the cold. Some days, […]

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Study Criticizes Swine-Flu Follow-Up

By VT / June 20, 2010

Donald G. McNeil, Jr. The New York Times 06/17/2010 There is too little genetic surveillance of last year’s human pandemic flu, which has gone on to infect pigs in China and is readily mixing with other flus there, according to a study released Thursday by researchers in Hong Kong. No dangerous new strain has emerged, […]

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BMJ Exposes WHO Corruption

By VT / June 13, 2010

Dr. John Briffa The Epoch Times 06/12/2010 Last year the World Health Organization (WHO) declared that the planet was in the throes of an influenza pandemic. Dr. Margaret Chan, the director general of the WHO, delivered the notice. Her announcement triggered large-scale panic buying of flu vaccines and anti-viral drugs such as oseltamivir (Tamiflu) and […]

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‘WHO overplayed swine flu threat’

By VT / June 6, 2010

Rema Nagarajan The Times of India 06/05/2010 In a strong indictment of the World Health Organization, a report prepared for the Council of Europe has said WHO wasted large sums of public money by raising unjustified fears of ”a pandemic that never really was” and expressed concern over the influence of the pharmaceutical industry on […]

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WHO ”wasted millions” over swine flu

By VT / April 26, 2010

PublicService.co.uk Thursday, April 22, 2010 The World Health Organisation (WHO) overreacted to the swine flu crisis which led to hundreds of millions of pounds being spent unnecessarily on vaccines that, in some countries, were hardly used, according to Paul Flynn, head of a Council of Europe inquiry. In England the NHS spent around £155m on […]

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Vaccine Near, So Fear Mongering Starts Over Another Mild Disease

By VT / April 19, 2010

Heidi Stevenson Gaia Health 04/19/2010 Have you ever heard of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)? In all likelihood, you haven’t, though you’ve probably had it. You or your parents most likely called it a cold. Now though, there’s an RSV vaccine on the horizon, so the fear mongering is starting. Of course, to back up the […]

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Corrupt WHO Attempts To Rewrite History To Confuse Swine Flu Inquiry

By VT / April 15, 2010

. . . Peter Doshi, graduate student Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA 02139 http://www.bmj.com/cgi/eletters/340/apr06_2/c1904 To the Editor: Since the H1N1 outbreak, the World Health Organization (WHO) appears to be distancing itself from the idea that it ever promoted the concept of an influenza pandemic as an inevitably disastrous event. Last May, the WHO […]