Category: Vaccines

The Pro-Vax Manifesto – Reblog

This is just too good not to share. The site it was originally published on just yesterday appears to be down but hopefully, it will come back again. When it does, the URL is I’ve been studying vaccines for a

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Stillbirths & other serious adverse events reported to TGA following pregnancy vaccine

At least two stillbirths and other serious adverse events have been reported to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) since 2013 when a dTpa booster was first recommended for pregnant women in Australia. A sample of these reports are provided in

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If the press covered the flu outbreak like they cover autism…

imagine what the coverage would be like if they reported on the flu like they do on autism. First of all, officials wouldn’t be sure if there really were more people with flu or if it was just better diagnosing

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The Guggie Daily: Tetanus Vaccination: Fact & Fiction

One topic that has frequently come up in the vaccine discussion is Tetanus. It appears that culturally, we are conditioned to fear Tetanus. Many parents express their fears about keeping their children vaccine free because, “what about Tetanus?”When you think

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Vaccine Ingredients — A Comprehensive Guide |

This is an excellent resource that covers many of the toxic ingredients which most parents (and, let’s face it, most doctors) have no idea are in vaccines. Though many say that the dose makes the poison and only small quantities

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Flu shots should be mandatory for hospital workers: CMAJ | CTV News

Why can’t we have this sort of balanced reporting by Australian media? What is wrong with our journalists that they are consistently one-sided on this issue? How can we have a conversation about such an important issue if one side

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In healthy adults, no flu vaccine delivers protection from the flu. Boom! It doesn’t protect against transmission of flu viruses from person to person, either. Boom! So all the promotion and all the pandering and all the scare tactics and

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Is someone in your family adversely affected by vaccination?

We are often told that vaccinations are perfectly safe or, if there is a small risk of side effects, most effects are mild and transitory with serious reactions only affecting 1 vaccinated person in a million. Since the Australian Government

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47,500 paralysis cases after polio vaccine

This article is reprinted from the excellent website – The Refusers by Michael Belkin (the MB quoted below). Michael’s infant daughter, Lyla Rose, died shortly after receiving a Hep B vaccination. Since then, he has researched and discussed this issue

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Legal hope for MMR row

This article appeared in the Scotland Sunday Post and is not available online. Thanks to the UK group, JABS, for taking the time to type it out.   SUNDAY POST 27th May 2012 Legal hope for MMR row By Janet

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