Category Archives: Vaccinations

Rubin 2016: The potential role of subclinical Bordetella Pertussis colonization in the etiology of multiple sclerosis

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Immunobiology, 221 (2016), 512-515. Subclinical Bordetello pertussis colonizes the nasopharynx (nose) in vaccinated people, but has long been thought to be harmless.  The authors show that on the contrary, this is an important cause of multiple sclerosis. Interestingly, the Bordatello … Continue reading

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Aaby 2018: Evidence of increase in mortality after the introduction of Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis vaccine to children aged 6-35 months in Guinea-Bissau: A time for reflection?

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Frontiers in Public Health, Mar 19;6:79 Dr. Aaby was involved in the original introduction of the DPT vaccine to children in this African country in 1981.   Even now, it is the most commonly used vaccine in low-income countries with poor … Continue reading

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Harvard Studies on VAERS

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Lately, I  have been asked to “prove” that the VAERS system for tracking vaccine injuries reports only a small percentage (less than 1%) of those injuries.  I have also been asked to discuss whether such injuries are verified, and how.  … Continue reading

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What About Colostrum?

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All mammals nurse their young, feeding them milk produced in their mammary glands. Before the “true” milk itself is produced, however, another fluid called colostrum is provided. It is rich in nutrients as well as various growth factors; it is … Continue reading

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Let’s get educated on vaccines

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(Updated July 17, 2020)If you have concerns about what is going on in the world of vaccines, you are not alone. I have long been collecting the research on all sides of this issue, and have begun organizing the studies … Continue reading

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Mawson 2017: Pilot comparative study on the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated 6- to 12-year-old U.S. children

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Journal of Translational Science, Volume 3(3): 1-12.  doi: 10.15761/JTS.1000186 This is one of the first studies done to address the questions raised by the U.S. Institute of Medicine about the long term health outcomes of the vaccination schedule as used … Continue reading

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Hutcheon 2016: Detectable Risks in Studies of the Fetal Benefits of Maternal Influenza Vaccination

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American Journal of Epidemiology, 2016 Aug 1; 184(3):227-32 Giving pregnant women the flu shot is expected not only to prevent the flu in both mothers and newborns, but also to prevent adverse pregnancy outcomes such as preterm birth.  According to … Continue reading

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Silent Epidemic; The Untold Story of Vaccines

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This Gary Null Production is a long film – almost 2 hours – so get comfortable before you start.   Although some parents are quoted in this film, most of the participants are medical doctors and researchers. Please share this film … Continue reading

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