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The hidden story about vaccines, autism, drugs and food… Americas health has been BOUGHT. Your health, your family’s health. Now brought to you by Wall Street… “If you thought they hurt us with the banks, wait till you see what they’re doing to health care.” Vaccines. GMOs. Big Pharma. Three big, BIG, okay… HUGE topics in one film. Why? Why not 3 films, why put all this in one movie? Great question, 2 answers. 1st and most importantly: We need to band together. We need a mainstream film, not another radical movie that only interests the “already converted”. Over 5 million people supported Prop 37 in CA. Reportedly, over 2 million worldwide marched against Monsanto in a global protest. There...ane vaccine expansion, and our love affair with pharmaceuticals- it’s the same villain. It’s a risky story to tell, but would be a tragedy to passively consent to with silence. There is something horribly wrong with health care today. Huge money, billions and billions of dollars flowing into the same pockets. Meanwhile, MD’s aren’t being allowed to actually practice the art of medicine and anyone who questions vaccination safety, pharmaceuticals, factory farms, etc. is ridiculed and belittled. Meanwhile, the billions keep flowing, carried on a river of pain and anguish. Huge corporations funded by individual misery, one broken life at a time. Three huge stories, each worthy of multiple films, but each brought together by one staggering fact: it’s the same villain. These three story lines converge on Wall Street, in a tale of corruption, greed and shocking lack of conscience.


Daily News 2012-08-27

vacciination news sandyCost of Vaccines from Birth to Eighteen (pdf) - by F. Edward Yazbak MD, FAAP

In Vaccines We Trust? Paul Offit threatens religious and philosophical vaccine exemptions. A response by Suzanne Humphries, MD

Attention Walmart shoppers: Mercury-containing flu shots for sale on aisle 9, Gardasil on aisle 10 by The Refusers

$2 billion paid out for vaccine injuries to kids

It Could Get Tougher For Parents To Opt Children Out of Vaccines in Calif.

Nurses may fight mandate to get vaccine

Autism link to aging dads won't change vaccine debate or speed cure - by Art Caplan, Ph.D.

Nurses question new flu vaccination rules

Fluoride May Be Neurotoxic in Kids – Medscape by The Refusers

Last minute vaccination rush, free clinic today

Polymer Proves Promising as Mucosal Vaccine Adjuvant

OU researchers may have found a vaccine that better treats pneumonia

Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics Special Focus Highlights a Paradigm Shift in Cancer Vaccine Development - Vaccinogen's Dr. Michael Hanna discusses the heterogeneity of cancer cells, and the false premise of tumor homogeneity that cancer vaccines have been based upon

Age of Autism Weekly Wrap: Did the Anthrax Killer Shape Public Health Response? by Dan Olmsted - Age of Autism

Back to school MMR vaccination plea - Parents are being urged to make sure their children have been given the MMR jab after a steep rise in measles cases

Don't forget value of vaccinations

Making it a little harder to say no to vaccination

Measles vaccine plea to parents as cases leap

Immunisation warning as mumps cases rise

Urgent health warning over mumps

DHS using Boston subway system to test new sensors for biological agents

Ed session helps retailers 'get the point' of travel vaccinations

Alberta stepping up battle to boost vaccinations, prevent illnesses

Time To School The School Nurses

Newcastle woman raises concerns about cervical cancer vaccine - A Newcastle woman is calling for more research on the cervical cancer vaccine "Gardasil" claiming she had a severe allergic reaction that almost proved fatal.

Dad Pushing Autism Link Can Get More From CDC

Cancer vaccine Special Focus series published in Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics

Fight the flu: Your guide to vaccines [Sun Sentinel]

Media Tricks and Old Sperm by Anne Dachel - Age of Autism

The Know Your Rights Hour by Know Your Rights Hourin Health Live BlogTalkRadio Monday August 27th 9PM EDT (8PM CDT) Call in to speak with the hosts (646) 478-0772 - Call in or just listen to a timely discussion of issues concerning vaccines, medical politics and your personal rights, with Dr. Mayer Eisenstein and Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips!

Your Child’s Next “Pain-Free” Vaccines—By Mail? by Jennifer Hutchinson - Vactruth

Shipping flub renders 55,000 flu vaccines useless

Equine West Nile Vaccine Available, Little Demand For Human Vaccine

Student Vaccination Rates Up Around Country

Preschool Precautions - Schools, Doctors Cover All The Bases Before Admitting Students

To Vaccinate or Not? Whooping Cough Outbreak Stirs Debate (video)

More kids can get vaccinations at pharmacies

More parents skip kids' shots -- endangering other children

Book: Autism-vaccine debate blurs real issue

Compound boosts effect of vaccines against HIV and flu - Oxford University scientists have discovered a compound that greatly boosts the effect of vaccines against viruses like flu, HIV and herpes in mice.

When it comes to getting vaccines, trust dog doc

Viewpoint: Vaccination key to preventing whooping cough

AIDS 2012 Another major step in war against HIV epidemic

Occult HBV common in children born to HBsAg-positive mothers despite immunization

Paternal Age Study Implicates Environment Not Genes by Bob Krakow - Age of Autism

MHRA mulls allowing physicians to prescribe drugs unlicensed drugs - The MHRA wants industry feedback on proposals to make drugs available before they are licensed.

FDA Studies ‘Composite Scores’ In DTC Ads

Gates Foundation awards 1.7 million to inspire supply chain innovation

NIH seeks proposals to study genomic sequencing in newborn period - Funding intended to spur information on implications, potential of new technology

Post-Response: Preventing Outbreaks

Website Commemorates Dr. Joseph Kinyoun as Father of the NIH - NIH Evolved from One-Room Laboratory He Founded 125 Years Ago

An Immune Disorder at the Root of Autism

"Doctored" Theatrical Release - Courageous Jaw-Dropping Relevant (video)

Public health officials are saying this year's increase in whooping cough ...

According to the federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the vaccine given to young children for decades was replaced in the late 1990s following concerns about rashes, fevers and other side effects. “While the new version is considered safer, it is ...
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Autism link to aging dads won't change vaccine debate or speed cure

This was especially true when tiny amounts of organic mercury used as a preservative was taken out of most vaccines. The ASD rates did not drop.

Shingles vaccine available at health department

“As we get older our immune system isn't quite as good about keeping us in balance and in check and that could be a reactivation of that chickenpox virus," says Barringer. "The reactivation presents itself as shingles." The shingles – or Zoster ...
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Polio athlete who wants to inspire Pakistan

Polio athlete who wants to inspire Pakistan. August 27, 2012. KARACHI: Pakistani polio survivor Mudassar Baig dreams of winning a medal at the London Paralympics, hoping to inspire a nation troubled by corruption, Taliban violence and lost sporting glory.
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Keeping Circumcision on the Table

Today, the American Academy of Pediatrics released new guidelines that backed availability of circumcision for baby boys. In a policy statement accompanying ...

Parents urged to ensure children receive jabs

The increase mirrors a national trend and has been blamed on youngsters not having the combined measles, mumps and rubella jab - particularly those from travelling communities. Officials from the West Midlands Health Protection Agency (HPA) say ...
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Are Kindergarten Kids Getting Their Vaccines?

According to a CDC report, the average number of kids who have been vaccinated for measles, mumps, and rubella is 94.8%. Health officials have set their target at greater than 95%. “Coverage is not the way it should be,” says Jaime Deville, MD. Deville ...
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National Council on Aging Urges Older Adults to Get Their Annual Flu Shot

With flu season fast approaching, the National Council on Aging (NCOA) supports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s influenza immunization recommendations and urges older adults to receive an annual influenza vaccination. Through a ...
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MMR vaccine uptake reaches all-time high in Northern Ireland

He pointed out that recent outbreaks in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK highlight the dangers of not protecting children with the MMR vaccine. 'I would therefore urge all parents to ensure their children are protected,' he said. Northern ...
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Nigerian unrest harming anti-polio efforts

Nigeria, one of only three countries still considered to have endemic polio, alongside Pakistan and Afghanistan, has accounted for 72 of the 123 polio cases recorded so far this year, a World Health Organisation report said. The resurgence of the ...
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Canberra admits PCEHR delays

For example, integration to Medicare for the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, Medicare Benefits Schedule, Australian Childhood Immunisation Register and Organ Donor Register should have been completed and ready to go by July 1. A Health ...
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Measles vaccine plea to parents as cases leap

"You can't get too many doses of vaccine, only too few – anything less than two – so if you are in doubt about yourself or your child, find out and, if necessary, get the MMR vaccine which will protect you against mumps and rubella as well. You can be ...
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Charity fun run to fight Polio in Albany Park today

Participants in the 5km run through the park in Hertford Road are raising money to buy packs to protect Nigerian children from Polio. The sponsored run is organised by Christ Ambassadors, a group of Enfield-based volunteers dedicated to offering ...
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Vodafone healthline exposes secrets to dealing with hangovers

A pharmaco-vigilance system for monitoring adverse events following the immunization would be established while a case-based surveillance system for ...

'Protect yourself against infections'

The Health Protection Agency (HPA), which published the figures, is urging young people to protect themselves against mumps and similar vaccine-preventable infections, including measles. Julia Waller, immunisation lead for the HPA in the North-East ...
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5 Questions: Yvonne Maldonado on whooping cough

We can get rid of B. pertussis bacteria with antibiotics, but the toxins that cause airway swelling do not go away with antibiotics. That means babies can be sick for weeks to months. Pertussis can also affect older children and adults, who may also ...
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West Nile virus in the Northeast

Eastern Equine Encephalitis is a mosquito-borne virus that is quite rare in the United States, with only 5-10 cases reported annually according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). EEE virus is one of several mosquito-transmitted ...
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Walmart to offer vaccines at in-store kiosks

The temporary vaccine kiosks will offer 10 vaccinations recommended as essential by Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, including vaccines relating to Hepatitis and Meningitis, the station reports. Walmart did not release pricing, ...
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Is the HPV vaccine safe? | Vaccinews Blog | GMO Pundit a.k.a. ...

Is the HPV vaccine safe? | Vaccinews Blog. The data sources and calculations can be found: · HPV_Vaccine_advisory. @ Is the HPV vaccine safe? | Vaccinews Blog: Posted 1 minute ago by David Tribe ...
GMO Pundit a.k.a. David Tribe

EMA committee recommends to recall DepoCyte from EU markets as a ...

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has agreed a number of precautionary measures to deal with manufacturing deficiencies which could affect the sterility of DepoCyte (cytarabine), an anti-cancer medicine used to treat lymphomatous meningitis.
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Getting Reconnected for two good causes

This year, the proceeds will be split between the Olivia Story Trust, to help pay for realistic prosthetic limbs for the eight-year-old who lost both legs and an arm to meningitis, and the Great North Air Ambulance. The gig yesterday, from 12 noon ...
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US Open champion Stosur among fittest on WTA Tour

After overcoming Lyme disease and viral meningitis during a 10-month layoff in 2007-08, she focused on fitness in her return to tennis. She switched from a successful doubles career (23 titles, 4 majors) to singles and won her first Grand Slam title ...
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Inspiring Ghanaian polio survivors pioneer extreme sports combination of ...

Inspiring Ghanaian polio survivors pioneer extreme sports combination of skating and soccer as Award-winning South African filmmakers crowd-source funding via Kickstarter for the documentary. By Newstime Africa. 69 Views. Posted In. Latest Special ...
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Newstime Africa

Polio eradication: Zardari to address UN session

The president, who is scheduled to address the General Assembly, will inform the session about Pakistan's measures towards polio eradication. Talks will also be held between him and Bill Gates, the chairman of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to ...
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The Express Tribune

Polio athlete wants to inspire Pakistan

KARACHI: Pakistani polio survivor Mudassar Baig dreams of winning a medal at the London Paralympics, hoping to inspire a nation troubled by corruption, Taliban violence and lost sporting glory. "It's a dream come true for me and I want to be a role ...
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The News International

Media Tricks and Old Sperm

I see the media trivializing autism and the impact it's having on America with trite phrases like “better diagnosing” and “greater awareness.” Most of all ...

Hepatitis C diagnoses in baby boomers rise

There is no vaccine, but there is treatment: Interferon and ribavirin cure about half of hepatitis C patients, and the recent addition of two new protease inhibitors boosts the cure rate past 75 percent, according to CDC data. Copyright 2012 The ...
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Polio athlete hopes to inspire Pakistan

By Shahid Hashmi (AFP) – 53 minutes ago. KARACHI — Pakistani polio survivor Mudassar Baig dreams of winning a medal at the London Paralympics, hoping to inspire a nation troubled by corruption, Taliban violence and lost sporting glory. "It's a dream ...
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In Good Health

Immunization prevents serious illnesses and saves lives. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, "Vaccines have saved the lives of more babies and children than any other medical intervention in the past 50 years." This statement is also true ...
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Measles outbreak concerns disease experts

The Royal College of Pathologists of Australia (RCPA) has also called on doctors to be aware of the outbreaks and the need to test for measles, with 71 cases diagnosed in NSW since the start of the year. RCPA spokeswoman Professor Lyn Gilbert said ...
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R. Palmer Beasley, Expert on Hepatitis B, Dies at 76

Dr. Beasley became particularly interested in hepatitis B in the mid-1960s, after it was isolated in the blood serum of an aboriginal Australian by Dr. Baruch S. Blumberg, an American who later helped develop the vaccine and shared the Nobel Prize for ...
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New York Times

preventative maintenance schedule for men's health

And recent outbreaks of pertussis, or whooping cough, have led the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend this vaccine for everyone. Weight check. •Men don't need to go to the doctor to track their weight, but they should monitor it to ...
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Pediatrics report says benefits of circumcision outweigh risks

The American Academy of Pediatrics now says the health benefits of circumcision of ... not anti-vaccine (I do think the anti-vaccine crowd tends to be.

Drug makers show value

Vaccines that became available in the past 10 years include childhood vaccines on the National Immunisation Program such as measles, mumps, rubella, polio, diphtheria and whooping cough. Others included meningococcal and meningococcal meningitis, ...
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Video highlights whooping cough effects

Because Sativah was too young to be fully immunised against whooping cough (pertussis), Ms Illingworth is encouraging all parents to be immunised, and try and avoid contact with anyone who is unwell, especially if they have a cough. "I would hate for ...
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Thimerosal Containing Vaccines Increase Risk for Developmental

Long has been the debate on autism being linked with vaccination, however many parents, researchers, scientists, and doctors are questioning the safety of ...

More parents skip kids' shots -- endangering other children

And the percentage of Minnesota kindergartners whose parents opt out has grown steadily since the state started keeping track in 2004-05. Opt-out rates for the 2011-12 school year ranged from 2.2 percent for hepatitis B shots to 3.2 percent for chicken ...
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Newcastle woman raises concerns about cervical cancer vaccine

"800 are permanently disabled - 24000 reported adverse reactions - there are ... CSL Limited which distributes the vaccine in Australian says as with all of ...

Gardasil, possible side effects, intense muscle pain in upper arm ...

I go for my third gardasil shot later today. I'm actually a day overdue for my shot ... Hello, I'm a doctor. Use Tramadol. I think that you want to get more info about it.

gardasil and women with hpv

is the shot safe, gardasil cdc recommendations for male patients, gardasil if you have hpv, is approved by the fda, virginia general assembly mandate, ...

Jhalawar boy gets treatment for fracture, turns into a 'polio case'

Jaipur: A five-year-old boy in Jhalawar district was getting treated for a fracture in right hand when his leg became weak and he became a suspected case of polio. Jagdish Bhalta, a nursery student had fallen while playing in a ground on July 26, 2012.
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Viewpoint: Vaccination key to preventing whooping cough

Brady was treated several times by his doctor, yet he was never diagnosed with pertussis. After he exhibited severe breathing difficulty his parents rushed him to the hospital, where he struggled to live for over 10 days. As is often the case once ...
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HPV vaccine not just for girls

One dose of the vaccine Gardasil, developed by Merck & Co., is displayed. ... And the American Academy of Pediatrics threw its support behind the series of ...

CDC Recommends Whooping Cough Vaccine For All Adults

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has revised its recommendation on the Tdap vaccine and now urges all adults to get a single dose from their health care provider. Dr. Tom Clark, a CDC medical epidemiologist, said that even adults who had ...
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Vaccination drive on cards

KATHMANDU: The Ministry of Health and Population is preparing to carry out the second and third rounds of the measles-rubella vaccination campaign in various parts of the country. The government had conducted the first phase vaccination campaign in 15 ...
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Immunization side-effects claimed 133 children's lives in 2011

Each child is given four vaccinations in addition to vaccinations at birth. About 90 lakh vaccination sessions are held every year, where more than 25 crore vaccine doses of seven antigens like diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, measles, BCG, Hepatitis B ...
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