Law Offices of Sadaka & Associates February 24, 2011 If you or someone you love is injured you can bring a lawsuit against the person who injured you. During that lawsuit you (and your lawyer) must prove that the person who injured you had a responsibility to not hurt you. This is called duty in […]
May 4, 2010
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Creative vaccine distribution strategies, improved vaccine technologies and more rapid manufacturing timetables were among ideas speakers at the 2010 Pediatric Academic Societies proposed during a symposium on vaccine-preventable diseases in the developing world.
Kathleen M. Neuzil, MD, MPH, professor of medicine at the University of Washington, senior advisor for immunizations at PATH, both in Seattle, and Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices member said that the lessons learned during this past season’s influenza A (H1N1) pandemic can be applied to distributing vaccines to people in low-resource settings.
VRM 20th October 2010 – By Joel Lord Toxicity is defined in the Medical lexicon as “a condition that results from exposure to a toxin or to toxic amounts of a substance that does not cause adverse effects in smaller amounts.” Vaccine-induced toxicity, while similar in some respects to this model, requires a deeper understanding […]
February 23, 2011
Co-editors Catherine J Frompovich and Laraine C Abbey-Katzev
Congressional investigation of the NEUROTOXIC adjuvants, excipients, and growth medium in vaccines and vaccinations, e.g., aluminum–a neurotoxin damaging the brain and central nervous system, mercury–a hazmat (Thimerosal), formaldehyde–an EPA-declared carcinogen, polysorbate 80–induces sterility in lab rats, MSG–an excitotoxin that excites brain glial cells so much so that they can self-destruct, aborted fetal (diploid) cells, plus foreign species DNA (pig, chick, monkey, insect) and numerous other ingredients that are causing severe health damage to infants, toddlers, teens (HPV vaccines), adults, and senior citizens.
Mother Jones — By Jen Phillips | Wed Feb. 23, 2011 4:32 AM PST It’s only February, but this year has been a tough one for women’s health and reproductive rights. There’s a new bill on the block that may have reached the apex (I hope) of woman-hating craziness. Georgia State Rep. Bobby Franklin—who last […]