Today is the anniversary of the death of little 15-month-old Ryan Johnson of New Hampshire, just hours after receiving his 15-month vaccines.Continue reading
Days after vaccine pusher ZDoggMD made fun of autistic children*, he continues his rampage of ridiculousness by mocking a heartbroken father who lost his healthy daughter to vaccines.
How low can a person go?!!
Zara Shiel was born perfectly healthy and developing perfectly… all until her one-year routine vaccinations.
Hours later… Zara was dead.
Matt Shiel (Zara’s father) went to visit ZDoggMD’s studio during his interview with vaccine millionaire Paul Offit.
ZDogg claims to welcome visitors to his studio anytime…yet he ignores and MOCKS Zara’s father.Continue reading
Saba Button was once a beautiful, thriving 11-month-old. She had taken her first few steps, spoken her first few words and was completely healthy. But on a Monday afternoon in April 2010, everything changed. Saba received the flu shot after her parents were urged by the West Australian Health Department, which was even offering free vaccines to all children.Continue reading
It’s all over the news. More than a hundred children have been hospitalized after being diagnosed with acute flaccid myelitis and nobody can seem to find the cause… they call it ‘mysterious’. But maybe it’s not so mysterious… Could it be an adverse reaction to vaccinations?Continue reading
FDA approves use of HPV vaccine for adults 27 to 45
Initially, the FDA only approved the HPV vaccine for people aged 9 – 26. But on Friday, the use of the human papillomavirus vaccine called Gardasil 9 was approved for men and women between the ages of 27 and 45. (FOX59, See full article here)
The US Food and Drug Administration made the decision in an attempt to help prevent HPV-related diseases and cancers in a broader age range. However, there are 150 viruses that make up HPV and Gardasil 9 claims to protect against nine types of HPV. Yes – the nine types they claim to protect are responsible for the majority of the HPV related diseases, but most HPV infections actually go away on their own.Continue reading