The near 40-year quest for an AIDS vaccine received a hopeful boost Saturday when scientists announced that a trial drug triggered an immune response in humans and shielded monkeys from infection.
Out of the ashes of government tyranny comes a solution.
In the Australian state of Queensland, childcare facilities can refuse to allow unvaccinated children to attend, so…
Three separate families have blamed Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche’s antiviral drug Tamiflu (oseltamivir) for drug-induced very serious side effects—including a suicide—following administration of Tamiflu to their children during the 2017-2018 influenza season. There have been numerous cases reported in past years indicating a connection between the use of this antiviral drug and similar extreme reactions.
WEB Notes: This is a very deceptive headline. Just the other day they told us 63 people died from the flu. I quote from that article, “As such, reports of otherwise healthy or young people dying from the infection are flying around. The stories have been shocking, especially because many of these people were outside the high-risk groups for flu-related death that include pregnant women, small children and the elderly.”
WEB Notes: This year’s flu shot has a 10% effectiveness rate. Yet, the companies selling these drugs rake in 100% profit. How long do you think you would be employed if you only completed 10% of your work? Or if your work was only 10% effective toward completing goals… Well my friend, you would not be around very long. But hey, forget about that, run out and get the ol jab because 10% is 10%. On a more serious note, learn about vaccines.
A new controversial study confirms aluminum in vaccines may cause Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and those children who suffer from it to have up 10 times more metal in their brains than what is considered a safe amount for adults. But is anyone surprised that metals cause deficiency in one’s own body?
WEB Notes: This is why educating the public about vaccines is so critical. It is all about “perception,” public perception. If enough people believe something even if it is not true, it will be accepted by that group of people. I have seen this first hand by large amounts of people, I cannot get into details about it right now…
WEB Notes: How is that for outstanding health care service?