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With the help of Kaiser Permanente, Denver public schools have now become vaccination clinics as the result of a $1.6 million dollar pilot program grant.

The Obama Healthcare Bill seeks to fund school-based health clinics nationwide:

 

LOOK WHAT THEY ARE DOING TO YOUR CHILDREN! see this video
http://videocenter.denverpost.com/services/player/bcpid934052406?bctid=63938886001
~ Denver Post article
 

KAISER PERMANENTE TAKES OVER SCHOOL-BASED CLINICS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IP1WqC2LDE 
 

Kid assaulted and suspended from school for handing out anti-vaccine fliers: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXjC2f9ct9U 
 

DOCTORS SPEAK OUT ABOUT THE RISKS OF VACCINES
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jw43QDiaDnE  VACCINE PRIMER 
 

QUICK ONE MINUTE VIDEO ON VACCINE INJURY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGhLDthbjwM  Symptoms of Vaccine Injury 
 

Get Informed:

Recovery:

Information on the risks of psyche drugs for ADD, ADHD, Autism, Depression www.CCHR.org


Legal site (Vaccination Laws and US Code per State)
http://home.hiwaay.net/~becraft/VaccinationLaws.html 
 

Atlanta:
April 23-25th
Hope for Autism
http://www.hopeforautism.us  
 

Wisconsin Dells: May 8th & 9th
4 D conference with Eileen Dannemann, Dr Eisenstein, Dr. Boyd Haley, Mary and Renee Tocco
  http://www.4dconference.com/ 
 

Chicago week long conference Autism ONE:
May 24th-May 30th

http://www.autismone.org/content/speakers-day-schedule
Day schedule attendance
 
 

Chicago: May 26th
Personal Right rally
in www.americanpersonalrights.org/ 

 


 

 US Government owns HPV vaccine patents

Financial Disclosures: Drs Schiller and Lowy report that they are named inventors on US government–owned HPV vaccine patents that are licensed to GSK and Merck and are entitled to limited royalties as specified by federal law. Dr Dubin is employed by GSK  Biologicals, the manufacturer of the vaccine used in this trial. No other financial disclosures were reported.


 Trials done on Costa Rican citizens:

Funding/Support: The Costa Rican HPV Vaccine Trial is a long-standing collaboration between investigators in Costa Rica and the NCI. The trial is sponsored and funded by the NCI (grant N01-CP-11005), with funding support from the National Institutes of Health Office for Research on Women's Health, and conducted with support from the Ministry of Health of Costa Rica.
Vaccine was provided for our trial by GSK Biologicals, under a Clinical Trials Agreement with the NCI. GlaxoSmithKline also provided support for aspects of the trial associated with regulatory submission needs of the company under grant FDA BB-IND 7920.

 

 The AMA Journal of American Medicine (JAMA) warns Legislators about  mandatory HPV vaccine:

Click here to read the article (PDF 77k)  


The ACIP recommendation supports making quadrivalent vaccination the standard of clinical care. However, it is important to emphasize that the vaccine is supported by limited efficacy and safety data. Clinical trials have thus far involved a relatively small population (<12 000 participants) for a limited period of follow-up (5 years). The vaccine has not been evaluated for efficacy among younger girls (aged 9 to 15 years). Yet, if the vaccine were required nationwide, it would be administered to some 2 million girls and young women, most of them between 11 and 12 years old and some as young as 9 years old. The longer-term effectiveness and safety of the vaccine still need to be evaluated among a large population, and particularly among younger girls. Given that the overall prevalence of HPV types associated with cervical cancer is relatively low (3.4%) 4 and that the long-term effects are unknown, it is unwise to require a young girl with a very low lifetime risk of cervical cancer to be vaccinated without her assent and her parent's consent.

 

 Bayh-Dole Act

The Bayh-Dole Act had the practical and unintended consequence of positioning our  Universities as free research arms of the Pharmaceutical industry.  At one time the patents developed by Universities by taxpayer funded research through grants such as provided by the National Institutes of Health and the National Cancer Institute belonged to  "the people",  but not any more.


 



                                  

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