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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.


All the News Posted February 26, 2011

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Vaccine case out of place
"They basically say that there is no liability for unavoidably unsafe vaccines and that if the FDA has approved the drug, then we will let a government agency pay some damages to these injured children and in return, vaccine manufacturers will ensure a stable and predictable childhood vaccine supply.  As the dissent noted, neither the FDA nor any other federal agency “ensures that vaccine manufacturers adequately take account of scientific and technological advancements. … Manufacturers, given the lack of robust competition in the vaccine market, will often have little or no incentive to improve the designs of vaccines that are already generating significant profit margins.”..."Kim Kelley is an attorney in Heber Springs with a practice emphasis on consumer law and governmental abuses."

Religious exemptions for vaccinations "That view is expressed by Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel, who explains that New Jersey wants state health officials to require parents seeking a religious exemption to provide a written statement on how the vaccination will violate their religious beliefs. That proposed language, says Staver, presents "a real problem."

Vaccine Safety Advocates Demand an Apology from Bill Gates

Immunization Provokes XMRV Activation in Monkey Model "In their study the authors noted that, "In contrast, antibody responses were clearly elicited after the initial infection (Figure 5), boosted following reinfection, as well as after immunization."  (p. 10)  This finding caused Dr. Vincent Racaniello, a Columbia University professor on virology to note in his weekly blog, "One animal produced virus after immunization; perhaps immune activation results in cycles of virus production." HERE"

Coadministration of Flu, Pneumococcal Vaccines Linked to Febrile Seizures

Efficacy, safety, and immunogenicity of a Vero-cell-culture-derived trivalent influenza vaccine: a multicentre, double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial

Cell-culture-derived influenza vaccine production

Supreme Court Ruling Threatens Vaccine Safety

Two difficult court cases protect the public’s health

US Vaccine Act Upheld In Court

Bill filed to require bacterial meningitis vaccine

The rise and rise of anti‑vaccine agitators  

Vaccinate before you graduate

Don't believe scary myths about vaccines

State Rep. Howard Also Files Bill Requiring Meningitis Vaccinations For All College Freshmen

Human papillomavirus vaccine trials in India

Call for girls to have cancer jab

Kris Aquino brings free cancer vaccination campaign to Leyte

Measles: A bracing reminder on vaccines

Nigeria: Agency Begins Immunisation of 63 Million Children

Health IT Will Play Role in National Vaccine Plan

Shingles vaccine can save pain, but it's hard to get

A shot in the arm The vaccine R&D market saw a mass exodus a few decades ago. Now, the sector is making a comeback.

EMA awaits further safety data on Pandemrix

Flu Vaccine – Effective Vaccine Against Deadly Pneumonia Found Triggers protective immune response while preventing fatal inflammation

Notice (C): Government-Owned Inventions; Availability for Licensing "Meningococcal and Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine and Method of Using Same: Licensing Contacts Uri Reichman, PhD, MBA; 301-435-4616;  John Stansberry, PhD; 301-435-5236; "

Title: Antigen presenting cells, method for their preparation and their use for cancer vaccines

Title: Polynucleotides encoding humanized and chimeric antibodies specific for lipoteichoic acid of gram positive bacteria "This epitope or epitope peptide mimic identifies other antibodies that may bind to the lipoteichoic acid epitope. Moreover, the epitope or epitope peptide mimic provides a valuable substrate for the generation of vaccines or other therapeutics."

Title: Immunomodulatory compositions, methods of making, and methods of use thereof "Immunomodulation according to the methods of the invention may be practiced on individuals including those suffering from a disorder associated with a Th2-type immune response (e.g., allergies or allergy-induced asthma), individuals receiving vaccines such as therapeutic vaccines (e.g., vaccines comprising an allergy epitope, a mycobacterial epitope, or a tumor associated epitope) or prophylactic vaccines, individuals with cancer, individuals having an infectious disease and individuals at risk of exposure to an infectious agent."

Alaska’s childhood immunization rates decline; State falls to 49th in the nation

NEW: VCSC exclusions to start March 21 for secondary students not vaccinated

Chicken pox vaccination urged

Angola: Polio Vaccination Campaign Starts On Friday

Small businesses a driving force in nation's economy

Research and Markets: The Global Cancer Vaccine Market, 2nd Edition: Pipeline Analysis and Future Market Impact - Concludes That By 2020 the Market Could Be Worth $8 Billion

Nanoparticles Deliver Vaccine Proteins that May Treat HIV, Cancer

Delegates from European Parliament Express Support for Rapid Development of New TB Vaccine Comments expressed during tour of South African clinical trial site where Emergent’s TB vaccine candidate is expected to complete enrollment in April for its Phase IIb efficacy study

Vaccines: Early and late protection from TB

Aklan health workers to conduct door-to-door measles immunization

Flu and pneumococcal immunisations in HIV-infected children: methodological quality of current recommendations

New Scanner to Assist Automation of Large Plates and Increase Throughout of Vaccine and Anti-Microbial Compound Testing

Student immunization vital to public health in Durham

GeoVax Labs Reports Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2010 Financial Results

Emory No. 4 in U.S. for drug, vaccine discovery

U.S. has ugly history of medical experiments; panel to make sure it doesn't recur

Mucosal immunology: Acid attack

New review of anthrax case discussed by review committee vice chair, Stanford bioterrorism expert

Bill Gates admet que les vaccins réduisent la croissance démographique.wmv video

Early Symptoms Of Meningitis Identified By GPs, UK

Russia Argues For Keeping Smallpox Strains

NanoViricides presents anti-dengue studies at conference in Puerto Rico

Boston officials testing three more for measles Three cases of measles are now suspected in Boston among residents who may have crossed paths with a 24-year-old woman whose diagnosis was confirmed earlier this month, health officials said on Friday.

Measles cases not alarming

Should you worry about getting measles?

Eighteen Come Down with Confirmed Cases of Measles in Auckland

Kelowna residents should consider a measles vaccine, if not already immunized.

Kerala to send SMS alerts for vaccination of babies

BIT Life Sciences' 3rd Annual World Vaccine Congress-2011

Possible measles outbreak eyed in several towns in South Cotabato

Calaveras Chickenpox Alert

NEW: VCSC exclusions to start March 21 for secondary students not vaccinated (includes video)

Children with chronic illness more likely to be physically abused

Community addresses state’s mercury emissions

Vaccines important in tough conditions

Title: Methods for identifying and monitoring drug side effects

Controlling epidemic viral infection

Official: patient has drug-resistant infection

Queensland expands whooping cough vaccinations

More babies to be protected from whooping cough thanks to vaccine program expansion

CDC: 21,000 cases of whooping cough in 2010

Whooping cough rates lower in San Diego County Since the beginning of the year, 93 cases have been diagnosed, according to HHSA.

Epidemic hits Coast "THE Sunshine Coast is in the midst of a whooping cough epidemic with an average of three new cases presenting every day this year."

Whooping cough cases reported in Chesapeake school

Public Health Reports 14 Suspected Cases Of Pertussis or Whooping Cough

Plague Death Came Within Hours, Spurred by Scientist's Medical Condition

Final Rule: Regulation for the Enforcement of Federal Health Care Provider Conscience Protection Laws

Targets against MRSA in microgravity

Guidance for Industry Medication Guides — Distribution Requirements and Inclusion in Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies (REMS)

FDA Drug Safety Communication: Antipsychotic drug labels updated on use during pregnancy and risk of abnormal muscle movements and withdrawal symptoms in newborns

FDA approves preliminary test for norovirus

EC Official To FDA Official: Who’s A Guinea Pig?

Flood of Comments to FDA on Antibiotics Draft

FDA warning to women getting donated breast milk from Facebook

Infecting Mosquitoes With Genetically Altered Fungus Curbs Malaria Parasite

Knowns and unknowns on burden of disease due to chemicals: a systematic review

BioCryst wins $55 million contract to complete peramivir Phase III program

Researcher: Roundup or Roundup-Ready Crops May Be Causing Animal Miscarriages and Infertility

Inhibitory activity of a standardized elderberry liquid extract against clinically-relevant human respiratory bacterial pathogens and influenza A and B viruses

Evolva Announces Pre-Clinical Efficacy Data With EV-077 In Influenza

Health Officials: Influenza Cases Up Uptick in suburban Cook County prompts reminders from health experts.

Officials: Flu may have killed 2 in Genesee Co.

Flu season still in effect, last minute shots available

As season wanes, flu takes last shots Observers say uptick in cases not a cause for alarm with spring near

Flu keeps health centers busy

Flu Season “Should Be Over Soon”, Vaccines Still Recommended

Get Paid While Having The Flu!

Flu cases still above epidemic level

Neurotrophin Levels in Cerebrospinal Fluid of Adult Patients with Meningitis and Encephalitis

Why should we measure bacterial load when treating community-acquired pneumonia?

Drug Firm Annual Registration Status Search by Firm Name

Orange Book: Approved Drug Products with Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluations Search Current through January 2011

Regulation of cytokine responses by seasonality of vitamin D status in healthy individuals

Diphtheria caused deaths in Canton a century ago

GCP Audits - Best Practices for Ensuring Compliance & Detecting Fraud and Misconduct in Clinical Trials

Title: Swine multipotent adult progenitor cells

Title: System for detecting infectious agents using computer-controlled automated image analysis

NIH proposes new drug development centre

NHSN Trainings Fill Gap in Region VIII

Genetic Variations That Can Distinguish Some Early-Transmitting HIVs Explained

MGH Settles For $1M Over Lost HIV/AIDS Records

Who is performing medical procedures in the neonatal intensive care unit?

Source of Legionnaires’ at hospital still a mystery

4 Miami Valley Hospital Patients Have Legionnaire's Disease

Children's Inn at NIH offers youths with rare diseases hope, and a place to bond

RemedyMD and the Children's Rare Disease Network Announce Plan to Give Away Free Rare Disease Research Registry Valued up to $50,000 via Contest Millions of Children in America Suffer From Roughly 7,000 Unique Rare Diseases, Most of Which Lack Adequate Research Tools and Funding

Spinal Fluid May Hold Clues to Lyme Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Strong evidence suggests that the central nervous system is involved in both conditions.

Fighting Malaria, Lyme & Other Diseases With Transgenic Fungi

Strain Of Probiotic May Help Treat Ulcers Caused By Helicobacter Pylori

Team Finds An Accurate, Scalable Way To Identify Potent RNAi Triggers For Biological Studies And For RNAi Therapeutics

Growing market takes aim at infectious diseases

Better spending needed for neglected diseases

Rooting out tuberculosis in homeless communities

TB Outbreak Linked to Growth in Crack Cocaine Use

Viral Infection Not Responsible For Exacerbation Of Lung Disease In Most Patients

Title: Regulatory T cell epitopes, compositions and uses thereof

Immune responses: IL-7 goes antiviral

B cells: Short- and long-term memory

Microbial manipulation of receptor crosstalk in innate immunity

Notice: Determination That a Demonstration Needle Exchange Program Would be Effective in Reducing Drug Abuse and the Risk of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Infection Among Intravenous Drug Users

Europe and the century of biomedical discovery and implementation

Why Some Parents Choose Home School Learning for Their Students

Study shows high infant injury rate from faulty cribs Average of 9,500 injuries and more than 100 deaths related to cribs each year

Title: Delivery of AS-oligonucleotide microspheres to induce dendritic cell tolerance for the treatment of autoimmune type 1 diabetes

US Lags On Parental Leave Policies: Report

CDC Reports on Nation's Health

SB 37 would recycle unused medications

Mad Cow-Type Diseases Lie in Wait Prion infections build quickly then pause before killing

Proteins Gone Mad: Scientists Seek 'Switch' that Activates Cow Disease

South Korea winning FMD battle

Free rabies vaccinations

Agencies attempt to stem outbreak of rabies

Vaccines Save Lives

Norovirus most common cause of foodborne illness

Transparency initiative moves ahead despite official's departure

New regulations urged for UK health research

Industry gives cautious welcome to NIH translational center

HHS Announces $100 Million In Affordable Care Act Grants To Prevent Disease

Model for managing asthma in preschoolers leads to dramatic drop in ER visits and hospitalizations

Pneumonia during the first 2 years of life and asthma in preschool-age children

Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to Allergies in Kids

Title: Progesterone for the treatment or prevention of spontaneous preterm birth

Questionnaire Predictors of Atopy in a US Population Sample: Findings From the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2005–2006

Cue-induced striatal dopamine release in Parkinson's disease-associated impulsive-compulsive behaviours

Treatment patterns in paediatric patients with a new diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux disease

Needle-in-a-Haystack Search Identifies Potential Brain Disease Drug Scientists who examined more than 10,000 chemical compounds during the last year in search of potential new drugs for a group of untreatable brain diseases, are reporting that one substance shows unusual promise. The early positive signs for so-called prion diseases come from research in laboratory mice and cell cultures, they say in a report in ACS' Journal of Medicinal Chemistry.

Acute Childhood Arterial Ischemic and Hemorrhagic Stroke in the Emergency Department

Mental health in southeast Asia

A knowledge-driven interaction analysis reveals potential neurodegenerative mechanism of multiple sclerosis susceptibility

Guidance on food allergy in children

Are You or Your Family Eating Toxic Food Dyes?

Title: Prolactin induced increase in neural stem cell numbers

Prenatal Application of the Individualized Fetal Growth Reference

Title: Methods for the treatment of mood disorders

Ex State Senator Hiram Monserrate drops bid to lower child support payments to autistic son

Serotonin may play role in autism

Support Age of Autism

The Illusion of Progress: Talk Show Autism

Mother Gave Autistic Son Cannabis

Board Approves School for Autistic Adults

‘Spoiled’ or ‘scared’? There’s more than one reason kids won’t eat

Health service slipping on emergency waiting times

$400M in grantmaking impacts Missourians' health

CMS offers $100M in grants for healthy behavior

Some facts around the costs of healthcare and drug development

Residents to be checked for risk of chronic illness

Fighting tumors with tumors

Tumour immunology: Early exposure is inflammatory

It Is Time for Medicare to Adopt Chronic Care Management

Hospital Wireless Installations Must Consider Disease Control

Title: Viral obesity methods and compositions

Ontario to double number of bariatric surgeries

Dairy intake may not mean much for longevity

Former Glaxo Lawyer: Name My Co-Conspirators

Lilly Neuroscience Research Chief Is Leaving

Roche Will Defend Avastin At A June Hearing

Novartis asked to end challenge to Indian patent law

Why Pfizer Is Hurt By The Aurobindo Screw Up

Genzyme deal set to alter biotech landscape Maintaining innovative culture will be a key challenge for new owners of industry stalwart.

J&J Accused Of Fraud By Former Sales Manager

A Johnson & Johnson Typo Causes Another Recall

What Recalls? J&J CEO Bill Weldon Got A Raise

J&J Must Defend U.S. Kickback Lawsuit Claims, Judge Rules

Catholic mothers debate breastfeeding and government involvement