All posts in "Laraine C. Abbey"

The Gloves Are On For Dr. Andrew Wakefield

By Laraine C. Abbey / January 27, 2012

The ‘gloves’ are on with Dr. Andrew Wakefield in one corner, and Brian Deer, the British Medical Journal (BMJ), and Dr. Fiona Godley in the other corner! Andrew Wakefield, as plaintiff is not about to take the destruction of his reputation lying down.

We Must Study the Health of Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated

By Laraine C. Abbey / May 10, 2011

Every time I read one of Paul Offit’s books, or listen to one of his interviews, I am struck by the illness and death statistics he throws out with not so much as a single source reference. It is impossible to determine the veracity of Offit’s statistics when no source is cited. Interestingly, Offit’s interviewers […]

U.S. Taxpayers ‘Screwed’ in Vaccine Research

By Laraine C. Abbey / April 19, 2011

Not much hullabaloo was made in the U.S. media and press about the April 13, 2011 indictment whereby Danish vaccine researcher Poul Thorsen was indicted on 13 counts of fraud and 9 counts of money laundering that, incidentally, included your tax dollars. How were your tax dollars involved? Very simply: the U.S. Centers for Disease […]

National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program and Vaccine Damage Awards

By VT / February 25, 2011

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services HRSA division (Health Resources and Services Administration) held a public meeting of the FDA’s Advisory Committee on Childhood Vaccines (ACCV) in Rockville, Maryland, September 2-3, 2010, at which several charts were distributed. Petitioners’ Award Amounts for fiscal years 1989 thru 2010 totaled almost Two Billion Dollars.

Protecting Our Children and The Vaccine Program

By VT / September 9, 2010

Armies of parents are reporting that they took a normally developing child to the pediatrician for routine shots and their child’s health or behavior changed–never to be the same as before that visit. Thousands upon thousands of parents report similar “coincidental” symptoms related in time to vaccinations.