Thursday, June 20, 2024


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce


Suzanne Humphries, MD on the Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Breast Milk

excerpts from research on vaccines and vaccination policy

Breast milk is an organ. It’s basically the immune system of a baby. It’s how the intestines grow properly, it’s how the baby’s immune system grows properly, and it’s an overlying blanket of protection for that baby against all the microbes that we’re told we need to vaccinate for… The reason being because a baby’s immune system is programmed to be anti-inflammatory. Breast milk is an organ. It’s basically the immune system of a baby. It’s how the intestines grow…

What is Peer Review of Medical Research Papers?

The aim of scientific research is to improve medical knowledge and find better ways to treat disease. As part of this process, publication in the medical journals enables the wider scientific community to share developments, and to test findings and take them further. Peer review is…

Poliovirus and Zika: What’s Past is Prologue

In December 2015, formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue from two newborn babies and two miscarriages in Brazil diagnosed with microcephaly were provided by the Brazilian government to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for “histopathologic evaluation and laboratory testing” for “suspected Zika infection.”1 The newborns, which had been born at 36 and 38 weeks gestation, died within 20 hours of birth.

Children Should Not Be Required to Get Vaccinated to Attend School

Parents have the human right to exercise freedom of conscience and informed consent to medical risk taking on behalf of their minor children, and children have the civil right to a school education. Vaccine risks are not being borne equally by all, and vaccine laws without flexible medical, religious and conscientious belief exemptions are oppressive, inhumane and a violation of civil and human rights. Vaccines are pharmaceutical products that carry a risk of injury or death.

California Legislator Joins Big Pharma Via “Revolving Door”

In December 2015, Assemblyman Henry T. Perea publicly announced that he was resigning from the California Legislature and moving on to a new job with the pharmaceutical industrye. On Jan. 4, 2016, Perea began leading political operations in Arizona, California and Nevada for the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), a trade group…

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