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

By Catherine J. Frompovich / June 10, 2011

Dr. Ratajczak was or remains a member of Sigma Xi; American Thoracic Society; American Association of Immunologists; International Society of Chronobiology; Society of Toxicology Immunotoxicology Subspecialty Section; North East Chapter of Society of Toxicology and the Autism Society of America.   Now, to the last of my interview questions.   Q. 15. Why do vaccines […]

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Part 2 of 3: An Interview About Vaccines with Helen V. Ratajczak, PhD

By Catherine J. Frompovich / June 8, 2011

During her career, Dr. Ratajczak developed an ELISA assay for Rat Alpha-2-Macroglobulin, the most sensitive acute phase reactant protein for the rat, and also quantitated acute phase reactant proteins in the dog and monkey. She also conducted acute toxicology studies and both in vivo and in vitro immune assays, and has studied the immunotoxicologic properties of many compounds, […]

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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 […]