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Vaccines and autism: Epidemic accelerates as cases in young vaccinated children explode unabated

6/26/2015 - The UK is facing an unprecedented number of new autism cases, according to new research. Figures in Scotland, which are among the most comprehensive available in the British isles, reveal that the autism rate among students at Scottish schools is up 1,360% percent since 1998, with no perceivable end...

Whooping cough cases rise in U.S thanks to failed vaccine science

6/2/2015 - The reason that cases of whooping cough have been on the rise in the United States is due not to fewer people vaccinating their children but to a decreased effectiveness of the vaccine itself, according to a study conducted by researchers from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and published...

Paul Offit's vaccine lies deconstructed: A mind-blowing interview with Dr. Suzanne Humphries

4/10/2015 - Suzanne Humphries, MD, is an internal medicine and kidney specialist who received conventional medical education. After seeing mainstream doctors and hospital staff categorically ignore routine vaccine injuries occurring in her patients, Dr. Humphries began researching vaccine science which validated...

CDC: Uptick in measles cases likely caused by illegal immigrants

3/10/2015 - In between breaths blaming the unvaccinated for spreading measles (and somehow putting the entire world at risk of suffering and death, depending upon which propaganda outlets you follow), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently admitted that illegal immigrants are likely...

FLASHBACK: Measles witch hunt: Anti-vax parents burned at the propaganda stake

2/24/2015 - Editors' note: We published this article back in April 2014...when a previous measles scare was ongoing. Notice that the "outbreak" fizzled out...and no one died. Now, anti-vax and measles hysteria is back, so we felt this article was timely again. (Story by Lily Dane, republished from TheDailySheeple.com) Stories...

How vaccine hysteria could spark a totalitarian nightmare

2/5/2015 5:13:29 PM - Gov. Chris Christie has been vilified for making a very simple statement -- that parents (and presumably patients themselves) should have the freedom to choose whether to vaccinate their children. I have been asked for years what I thought about vaccination, so let me lay out the issues. (By Lee Hieb...

Government pays compensation to 80 flu vaccine injuries and deaths

1/7/2015 - (Republished from VaccineImpact.com) The December 2014 report from the Department of Justice on damages paid by the U.S. Government to vaccine victims was recently published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources. There were 180 cases of vaccine injuries decided. 134 cases received compensation,...

Flu cases spiking across US following CDC admission that this year's flu vaccine doesn't work

1/2/2015 - The vaccine industry is once again pimping the mainstream media to be its marketing mouthpiece for this year's flu "season," with the latest reports claiming that more than half of the country is now seeing a major uptick in flu cases. This year's influenza vaccine admittedly doesn't work against...

CDC is covering up 1,400 potential Ebola cases in US, acclaimed journalist reveals

12/23/2014 - A noted investigative journalist says the American people are still not being kept up to speed about the dangers of possible spread of Ebola in the country, and that the government's chief agency for handling such emergencies is the primary culprit. In a recent interview with Fox News' Media Buzz...

Mainstream media finally exposes secretive vaccine court

11/19/2014 - For years, the corporate media was reluctant to admit that it even existed. But the special court system designed to handle vaccine injury cases -- and ultimately sweep them under the rug as quickly as possible -- has hit the mainstream news for its failure to adequately and propitiously compensate...

Ebola has now spread to every district in Sierra Leone

11/12/2014 - No district has gone untouched in Sierra Leone, where Ebola has now been detected in every single area of the country. The last district where Ebola had yet to emerge, Koinadugu in the north, now has two known cases of the illness, despite aggressive efforts to keep it from entering the territory. In...

WHO quietly admits that 5% of Ebola patients incubate the virus beyond 21 days

10/31/2014 - Nearly 42 days have passed since any new cases of Ebola have turned up in the countries of Senegal and Nigeria, both in West Africa. But a recent update issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) reveals that as many as 2 percent of Ebola patients can start to show symptoms beyond the standard 42-day...

CDC now monitoring 125 potential Ebola cases in Dallas

10/24/2014 - With a second confirmed case of Ebola in Dallas, Texas, besides "patient zero," health officials are now monitoring 118 people believed to have had either definite or possible exposure to Thomas Eric Duncan, the first Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

Obama Administration forms military 'strike team' to respond to Ebola cases in the U.S

10/23/2014 - The Obama Administration has ordered the Department of Defense to form a 30-member military medical "quick strike team" that can deploy quickly -- within 72 hours -- to any new outbreaks of Ebola in the U.S., reports have said. The team will consist of five physicians, 20 nurses and five trainees,...

Separate Ebola epidemic in the Congo with up to 90 percent fatality rate doubles number of cases in one week

10/17/2014 - As West Africa continues to contain the worst Ebola epidemic in history, a completely separate outbreak has emerged in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). On September 11, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the number of Ebola cases in the DRC had doubled within one week, bringing...

HHS admits there may already be more cases of Ebola in America

10/9/2014 11:33:48 AM - After vehemently denying that Ebola would ever come to the U.S., the federal government is now saying that the deadly hemorrhagic disease is here and we all need to get used to it. Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell recently told the corporate media that there are probably...

Over 700 new Ebola cases confirmed in one week as outbreak explodes

9/27/2014 - The rate at which Ebola is spreading is rapidly accelerating, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), with more than 700 new cases of the deadly disease reported in a single week. Reports indicate that there are now more than 5,800 documented cases of Ebola, along with 2,800 confirmed deaths,...

45 new Ebola cases caused daily by patients being turned away by overwhelmed volunteers

9/12/2014 12:19:44 PM - The collapse of Liberia's healthcare system due to the Ebola crisis is spurring as many as 45 new cases of the illness daily, according to new data. Researchers from the UK figure that each patient turned away from already full clinics is inadvertently spreading the disease to 1.5 other people, a rate...

Liberia runs out of hospital beds as Ebola cases increase exponentially, overwhelming healthcare system

9/12/2014 - As West Africa's Ebola epidemic continues to worsen, local healthcare systems are being completely overwhelmed. In Liberia, the World Health Organization (WHO) reports, there is not a single bed available for any more patients. The WHO reports that more than 4,200 cases of Ebola have been confirmed...

Number of Ebola cases is 'increasing exponentially,' World Health Organization warns

9/9/2014 2:43:44 PM - The Ebola crisis has taken a major turn for the worse as the World Health Organization (WHO) announces that the number of infected individuals is now "increasing exponentially." The uptick is particularly concerning in Liberia, where the international agency says the worst is yet to come. Among the...

Suspected Ebola cases prompt 30 states and DC to ask for help from CDC

8/29/2014 - More than half of the nation, including D.C., is begging the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for more information about how to spot potential cases of Ebola. According to ABC News, the CDC has received nearly 70 requests since late July from states seeking guidance about whether...

Number of chikungunya cases spike in New York and New Jersey as virus spreads rapidly

8/4/2014 - The number of cases of the painful, mosquito-borne virus chikungunya spiked in New York and New Jersey in the last week of July, raising new fears for the potential that the disease will gain a permanent foothold along the U.S. East Coast. "The arrival of chikungunya virus, first in the tropical...

Detailed audit finds U.S. government routinely inflates terrorism statistics to scare populace into compliance

9/28/2013 - Your own government wouldn't use fear and intimidation in order to push an agenda - would it? Absolutely it would. Enter "the terrorist threat." Most Americans know that the threat of terrorism exists. The two gaping holes where the World Trade Center used to be on Sept. 12, 2001, are more than...

Massive vaccine scandal exposes government lies and psyops

6/18/2013 - If you control the use of words and numbers, you can make trillions of dollars, and you can hide scandals that would otherwise take you down into infamy and prison. You can pretty much operate a whole sector of society and remain untouched. Nowhere is this more clear than in the criminal work...

Hundreds of marijuana possession cases already dismissed in Washington

11/15/2012 - There is a legal showdown brewing between the federal government and two states whose residents voted to legalize recreational use of marijuana earlier this month, as local prosecutors in one of those states - Washington - have already begun dismissing hundreds of cases involving persons who were caught...

Police evidence routinely falsified by lab technician; 34,000 drug cases may have been falsified

10/5/2012 - "I messed up bad." That's what Annie Dookhan, a former Massachusetts state chemist at the heart of a state drug lab scandal, told investigators when they discovered what she had done. It could be the understatement of the year. Dookhan has admitted she improperly removed evidence from storage,...

How many of these vaccine facts do you know?

9/14/2012 - In 1988, I was researching my first book, AIDS INC. Interested in the subject of vaccines, I delved into published accounts of vaccination gone wrong. The following series of quotes from authors only begins to cover the territory of vaccine damage, deception, and failure. It is nevertheless the start...

Massive outbreak of whooping cough proves vaccine is ineffective

7/25/2012 - Whooping cough - otherwise known as Pertussis - is looking to make a rather nasty comeback this year. So much so that health officials are already warning of the danger. In fact, they say, the U.S. could face its worst year for whooping cough in nearly 50 years. Already the numbers of cases are rising...

Repulsed by raw: FDA, CDC lies about unpasteurized milk

8/5/2011 - Raw milk is inherently dangerous, and the only way to make it safe for human consumption is to pasteurize it -- this popular mantra, in one form or another, is one that you may have heard someone say in response to the idea of drinking unpasteurized milk. And while many people still cling to this belief...

More cases of rickets turn up in UK, lack of sunshine exposure to blame

8/2/2011 - Thought to have been eradicated at least 80 years ago, the bone disease rickets is once again making a big comeback, particularly in the UK where cases of it are popping up all over place. A recent report from BBC News explains that rickets is on the rise in Cardiff, Wales, the country's capital, and...

Government vaccine compensation payouts prove autism link

5/12/2011 6:38:04 PM - The federal government has been publicly denying any link between autism and vaccines for over two decades, while it has quietly been paying out damages for vaccine injury to children with autism, a study released May 10th shows. The study underscores the need for Congressional hearings and independent...

Sunscreen causes rickets - new wave of cases in England

2/13/2011 - Overprotective parents who cover their children with sunscreen even in far northern latitudes have helped bring the disease rickets back from the grave across the United Kingdom, orthopedic surgeon Nicholas Clark has warned. Ricketts is a childhood bone-softening disease produced by deficiency of...

Vitamin D deficiency likely cause of increased rheumatoid arthritis cases among caucasian women

6/26/2010 - A recent study from the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota, has found that rheumatoid arthritis is on the increase among Caucasian women. And the culprit is likely an environmental one, like vitamin D deficiency, rather than a genetic one. "It's pretty unlikely that the genetic...

Over 130,000 cases of diabetes now linked to soda consumption, HFCS

3/10/2010 - For years, advocates of natural health have been hammering away at the message that soda causes diabetes and obesity. The soda industry, meanwhile, has remained in denial mode, mirroring the ridiculous position of the tobacco industry that "nicotine is not addictive." Soda doesn't cause diabetes, the...

Over Eighty Percent of Suspected Swine Flu Cases were Not Flu, CBS News Reports

11/12/2009 - In July 2009, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (the CDC) ceased tracking individual cases of H1N1 Swine flu, CBS News has reported. The CDC advised states to stop testing for the virus in the middle of an international pandemic. Their reasoning was that there was no need for confirmation...

Timeline: World History of Viral Pandemics: 412BC to 2009

5/1/2009 - When observing the swine flu outbreak happening today, it's helpful to have some historical context. Viral pandemics are not unusual, and talking about one isn't "alarmist." Pandemics are a regular feature of life on earth, and they occur with surprising regularity throughout world history. Wherever...

Analysis of Spanish flu cases in 1918-1920 suggests transfusions might help in bird flu pandemic (press release)

10/16/2006 - Transfusions with blood products taken from people who had recovered from Spanish influenza may have reduced risk for death and improved symptoms of hospitalized patients who contracted Spanish influenza complicated by pneumonia. Early treatment was superior to later treatment. Researchers studied...

While Concerned, Most Americans Do Not Expect Widespread Human Cases of Avian Flu in U.S. in the Next Year (press release)

8/29/2006 - The latest national poll conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) Project on the Public and Biological Security finds that at the moment, the majority of the American public is concerned about the threat of avian flu, but only a small proportion is very concerned. However, should cases...

New Type 2 Diabetes Cases Have Doubled in 30 Years (press release)

8/18/2006 - The number of new cases of type 2 diabetes among middle-aged Americans has doubled over the past 30 years, researchers report. "There has been tremendous concern, but probably not enough concern, about the emerging epidemic of diabetes," said Dr. Robert Rizza, a professor of medicine at the Mayo...

More Cases of Eye Infections Linked to Recalled Contact Lens Solution (press release)

8/7/2006 - Cases of a dangerous fungal eye infection that sparked the May 15 market recall of Bausch & Lomb's ReNu with MoistureLoc contact lens solution may be more widespread than previously thought, researchers report. This infection, called Fusarium keratitis, involves a swelling and inflammation of the...

Bird flu timeline: A history of influenza from 412 BC – AD 2006

2/6/2006 - 412 BC – Major epidemic of a disease (which, although not called influenza, probably was influenza) recorded by Hippocrates. 1357 AD – The term, “influenza,” from the Italian word meaning "influence," was coined. Popular belief at that time blamed the development of flu on the influence of the stars....

The great thimerosal cover-up: Mercury, vaccines, autism and your child's health

9/22/2005 - You have probably seen your nurse insert a syringe into a large vial, extract some liquid, and then leave a substantial amount of vaccine in the original container. If you've witnessed this seemingly benign procedure, you've seen how vaccine manufacturers are saving money at the expense of public health....

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