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Homeland Security Stockpiling Billions of Dollars of Experimental Vaccines

Project “Bioshield” allows the U.S. Government to stockpile billions of dollars worth of experimental vaccines that have never been approved by the FDA to be used on American Citizens when the government declares a state of emergency. 220 more words


"MMR vaccines contain cells from aborted human babies"

“One of Ratajczak’s biggest concerns is the human DNA used in vaccines, including cells from the fetal lung tissue of aborted babies. Around the time vaccine makers removed thimerosal (mercury) from most childhood vaccines (except for the flu shot), they began making vaccines using human tissue to grow viruses, including measles and chicken pox.” 11 more words


Parents Speak Out; Vaccines and Autism #hearthiswell

On 8/27/14, CDC Scientist Bill Thompson issued a statement addressing his regret that he and his co-authors omitted “statistically significant information” in a 2004 study on the MMR vaccine causing autism. 124 more words


UN health agency urges European countries to step up measles vaccination amid outbreaks

BERLIN – The World Health Organization is urging Europe to step up measles vaccination efforts as countries report thousands of cases of the disease.

WHO’s regional office said Wednesday that cases in Europe and Central Asia fell by half from 2013 to 2014 but its goal of eliminating measles there this year is threatened. 79 more words


The anti-vaccination movement is effectively killing children, and it must be stopped.

The vaccination debate has been going on for long enough now for me to not have waded in to it, but yet it remains farcical to suggest that vaccines are a main cause of autism, and it is clear to see, in the United States, that parents who have chosen to opt out of the MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) vaccines are the main reason for the resurgence of measles, and many other diseases we once thought were eradicated. 440 more words


National Adult Immunization Plan –DRAFT ~ February 5, 2015

National Adult Immunization Program (NAIP) Draft


U.S. Government Moves on Adult Vaccination Plan

Vaccination is considered one of the most important public health achievements of the 20th century and continues to offer great promise in the 21st century. 221 more words