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[worlds-indigenous-people] Vaccination side effects

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  • Carole Nervig
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 6, 2000
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      >> >> (Medical Tribune) - According to Danish
      >> researchers, the use of routine
      >> >> mammography to screen women for breast cancer is
      >> not saving lives.
      >> >> "Screening for breast cancer with mammography is
      >> unjustified," the
      >> >> researchers wrote in the January 2000 issue of
      >> The Lancet. The report
      >> >was
      >> >> refuted by the
      >> >> American Cancer Society. Study authors
      >> reanalyzed data from eight
      >> >previous
      >> >> breast-cancer screening studies. They looked at
      >> these data after a
      >> >1999
      >> >> report showing a national mammography screening
      >> program in Sweden had
      >> >no
      >> >> effect on that country's cancer mortality rate.
      >> Looks like the next
      >> >issue
      >> >> will have a great back and forth in the letters
      >> section. To see the
      >> >Lancet
      >> >> article go to:
      >> http://www.intelihealth.com/enews?261784
      >> >>
      >> >> According to Hugh Fudenberg, MD, the world's
      >> leading immuno-geneticist
      >> >and
      >> >> 13th most quoted biologist of our times (nearly
      >> 850 papers in peer
      >> >review
      >> >> journals), if an individual has had five
      >> consecutive flu shots between
      >> >1970
      >> >> and 1980 (the years studied) his/her chances of
      >> getting Alzheimer's
      >> >> Disease is ten times higher than if they had one,
      >> two or no shots. I
      >> >asked
      >> >> Dr. Fudenberg why this was so and he said it was
      >> due to the mercury
      >> >and
      >> >> aluminum that is in every flu shot (and most
      >> childhood shots). The
      >> >gradual
      >> >> mercury and aluminum buildup in the brain causes
      >> cognitive dysfunction.
      >> >> Notes: Recorded from Dr. Fudenberg's speech at
      >> the NVIC International
      >> >> Vaccine Conference, Arlington, VA September 1997.
      >> Quoted with
      >> >permission.
      >> >> Alzheimer's is expected to quadruple according to
      >> the John's Hopkins
      >> >> Newsletter Nov 1998. Perhaps the continuing rise
      >> in those who are
      >> >getting
      >> >> flu shots is the reason.
      >> >>
      >> >> Not long ago Jay Gordon, MD was on GOOD MORNING
      >> AMERICA with Cindy
      >> >Crawford,
      >> >> (1/5/00) criticizing vaccination. But you'd
      >> never know it from the
      >> >actual
      >> >> GMA piece. Dr. Gordon reveals:
      >> >>
      >> >> "They edited the piece in a manner which
      >> eliminated all my statements
      >> >about
      >> >> the possible problems with vaccinations. We shot
      >> over an hour's worth
      >> >of
      >> >> tape
      >> >> for the 3-4 minute segment and the main thrust of
      >> my comments was to
      >> >say
      >> >> that doctors and manufacturers have never
      >> presented an honest picture
      >> >to
      >> >> parents. I discussed mercury, research funding
      >> for committee members,
      >> >> statistical implications of the rise in diabetes
      >> and other autoimmune
      >> >> phenomena associated with vaccines and many other
      >> controversial topics.
      >> >> They edited the segment to make me sound like a
      >> vaccination proponent.
      >> >We
      >> >> also have to understand the impact of a person as
      >> well-known as Cindy
      >> >> Crawford delaying vaccines for over six months."
      >> >>
      >> >> Did vaccinations get rid of infectious disease?
      >> According to
      >> >> epidemiological
      >> >> studies by the time vaccines came out deaths from
      >> pertussis, measles,
      >> >mumps,
      >> >>
      >> >> diphtheria, scarlett fever, tetanus had dropped
      >> over 95%. They were on
      >> >a
      >> >> downward slide long before the advent of
      >> vaccines.
      >> >
      >> >--------- End forwarded message ----------
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