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Markus Heinze

Born and raised in Germany, Markus Heinze came to America when he was twenty-three years old. As a volunteer, he taught at small Catholic schools and repaired houses during the summer. He earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Northern Kentucky University and a master’s degree in secondary education from Union College. For fifteen years now, he has taught German and French in several different public schools. He is married to another elementary school teacher, and they have two young children.

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How Pharmaceutical Companies Hide the Dangers of Vaccines from Parents

By Markus Heinze / September 26, 2013

A 1:50 rate of autism in the United States, increasing autoimmune disorders, seizures, allergies and many other illnesses and disorders. Despite all this, your pediatrician, health officials, governments and pharmaceutical companies proclaim that vaccines are very safe. Did you ever wonder how they derive at such faulty conclusions?

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Vaccines, Depression, and Type-1 Diabetes—Going Beyond Your Doctor

By Markus Heinze / July 22, 2013

It wasn’t too long ago when I sat in my primary care physician’s office waiting to be tested for the flu. Knowing the risks and ineffectiveness surrounding the flu vaccine, I had declined the shot when it was offered to me earlier. Now I was just curious if the symptoms I was showing actually translated into the illness.

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Vaccination – A Very Personal Decision. Are You Informed?

By Markus Heinze / January 21, 2013

You are about to become a parent. Soon your baby will be injected with neurotoxins and other preservatives, and their immune system will be challenged to its core. If you aren’t lucky, you may experience what other parents in your situation have experienced: a vaccine-injured child…