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Antivaccine cranks try to create Vaccine Injury Awareness Month. Everyone either yawns or laughs.

Normally, these days I greet the month of October with a mixture of anticipation and dread. The anticipation stems from October’s position as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Now that somehow I’ve managed to have a variety of responsibilities with respect to how breast cancer is managed at our cancer institute, suddenly I find that I’m sometimes called upon to do media appearances, and Breast Cancer Awareness Month is one time we can use to get our message out about breast health and breast cancer detection and treatment, not to mention to highlight for the local media some of the cool research that goes on here. Every year (or so it would seem) the quacks, cranks, and haters of science-based medicine come out of the woodwork to use October as an excuse either to attack “conventional” medicine (particularly anything related to breast cancer), promote quackery, or both.

In 2014, here we go again.

It would appear that in the wake of their ridiculous #CDCwhistleblower campaign, antivaccinationists have decided to infest Twitter in a big way. This time around, they appear to have foolishly decided once again to try to co-opt with Breast Cancer Awareness Month by trying to co-opt October as “Vaccine Injury Awareness Month” with their usual pseudoscience, persecution complex. It’s something that appears to have started in 2010 and has been resurrected every year since then. This year, antivaccinationists are trying to deluge Twitter with ridiculous hashtags such as #CDCwhistleblower, #hearthiswell, and #VaxTruth. For example:

vaccineawareness

And:

vaccineaware

Unfortunately, it’s just as ridiculous now as it was then. Still, it might be fun to tweak antivaccinationists during their Twitter tempest in a teacup with some actual science. Or not. Either way, I’m guessing this latest Twitter tantrum will work about as well as previous antivaccine Twitter tantrums, as in not at all.

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631 replies on “Antivaccine cranks try to create Vaccine Injury Awareness Month. Everyone either yawns or laughs.”

Oh Margaret…what a bunch of dopes!

On a more serious note, re: breast cancer awareness: Someone told me that doctors are now recommending routine screening ultrasounds rather than mammograms for women with dense breast tissue because the ultrasound is far more sensitive. Since I’m one of those women, and scheduled for a mammogram next month, I’d appreciate some expert advice from Orac or any other specialists on this blog.

Ugh. Again with the black ribbon. Do they not realize that they are telling the world they think their living children are dead?

@Todd…ugh, I hadn’t noticed the black ribbon. There’s a reason no other group uses it because black=death. I gotta think, knowing these loons, that they picked it on purpose.

@Michelle

Of course they picked it on purpose. They view their children as lost and stolen. Their “ideal” child is, in essence, dead, never to return. They can’t accept that the ideal child never exists, for anyone. We have what we hope for our children to be and become, but the reality is never the same.

And since this is, after all, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a former b.f.f. of imprisoned serial scammer Kevin Trudeau, the quacky “Dr.” Leonard Coldwell (who claims to have cured more than 35,000 cancer patients and to have a 92.3% cure rate) hit the ground running on Facebook today with this. It appeared on both his personal page and his public “health” forum, The Only Answer to Cancer:

==BEGIN COLDWELL’S POST==
My comment for today. I am just watching the criminals on the main stream news making billions for the international bankers ( owners of the pharmaceutical and medical industry ) with the breast cancer awareness hoax. Mammograms done prevent cancer they cause cancer. A breast tumor grows 7 to 12 years to a size that they can even find it. There is no need to any hurry and fast surgery and the murder via chemo, radiation and anti hormone therapy in my experience. I can cure every cancer in 2 to 16 weeks. ( not every person but every cancer ). There are over 400 natural cancer cures known today. All these idiots on the News are talking about how they are cured since they are one year after the murderous procedures cancer free – here is some news for you idiots: no you can’t be cured from cancer via slaughter poison and burn! The cancer is only hidden because they killed all body functions and can do so for 3 to 5 years and than they are usually all dead as i experienced. Cancer is systemic the tumor is only the symptom not the cancer. To cure cancer you need to identify and eliminate the root cause of it. Cancer is cause to 86% by mental and emotional stress. If you don’t eliminate that energy draining stress that allows the body to malfunction you can’t eliminate the cancer. It is like pushing a splinter deeper into your skin and stating because you don’t see the splinter anymore it is gone! No it is not and the problem just got worst! The same is true with the symptom treatment and suppression used by the medical industry. Inform yourself http://www.DrLeonardColdwell.com and become a member of the http://www.IBMSMastersSociety.com to learn the truth about cancer cures and prevention based on my personal successes and experiences. Also find out why my books How to survive your illness and your doctor and The Only Answer to cancer are so successful. http://www.shopdrc.com ( I do not make any money on the sales)
===END POST===

Permalink to the post:
https://www.facebook.com/theonlyanswertocancer/posts/300909470117744

In a subsequent comment on the same thread, Coldwell claims (as he has previously claimed) that last year, “they” spent $42 million to “destroy my credibility and reputation.” Presumably he is talking about the big pharmaceutical companies, whom he has accused of endlessly hounding him and even trying to kill him (he claims that he’s been shot at, his car bombed, etc., and that he still has a bullet in his body from one of the hit attempts).

Coldwell has also written disgusting things about Angelina Jolie, claiming she had her breasts sliced off just to make money from (and for) the medical establishment.

Not surprisingly he is also stringently anti-vax and preaches that vaccinations are murder, and/or are a plot by the New World Order to take control of the citizenry. The sad thing is that he has thousands of followers.

Oooh! Oooh! I once had some injection-site soreness and a slight fever from a hepatitis shot, and the flu mist makes my nose clog up. That’s a vaccine injury, that is.

I’m also on the autism spectrum, but that is not a vaccine injury.

I have been reading this blog for over a year, and have been impressed by the insightful, snarky, yet communicative comments. Although the appeals to reactionaries for valid data to back up their claims is not often rewarding, we have to keep it up.

I suggest a measles, mumps, rubella, polio, etc. awareness month. Obviously many of these denialists have no idea what it was like to have these diseases spread unchecked. Humans have short memories. Besides, with the recent upsurge in measles and the like (just up the road from me, actually) – there will be many more examples of those diseases than there are of actual vaccine injury.

Man down, tie a ribbon around my soul
I’m in the black and I’m out of control
Like a ship that’s lost in the night
With no direction or guiding light

Man down and I’m drowning in the pain
Face down like a needle in a vein

Black Ribbons — Shooter Jennings
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWKFNEIsKXQ

[…] Usually, nowadays I greet the month of October with a mix of anticipation and dread. The anticipation stems from October’s place as Breast Most cancers Consciousness Month. Now that one way or the other I’ve managed to have quite a lot of obligations with respect to how breast most cancers is managed at our most cancers institute, instantly I discover that I’m… Respectful Insolence […]

A particularly virulent contingent of the mental-health quacks have also designated October as Ex-Gay Awareness Month to promote a discredited and dangerous form of “therapy”.

And for what? Tomorrow the sun will rise, and we will continue to vaccinate children far and wide and spare them from death and disability. They will not stop this any more than the church’s geocentric view of the universe stopped us from going into space. Their Twitter hashtags and scribbled rants on blogs will be relics for future generations to see how foolish they were in mistaken ideas about how science works.

These people think that we who promote the proper and widespread use of vaccines to prevent horrible nightmares from becoming true are somehow “bullying” them. Ah, but they don’t see any bullying in telling children who have lost limbs to meningitis that others should not be spared their same fate. They don’t see bullying in telling parents who lose children to pertussis that their children are “better off” dead that autistic. And, of course, they don’t see bullying in speaking about their autistic children as “dead” or “gone” right there where their own children can hear them and online where their words will be archived forever.

I neither yawn nor laugh when I see this. I sincerely feel bad for those children who will one day grow up to see how their parents regarded them as less-than-human, as burdens brought upon them by Big Pharma, CDC, or whatever other dark force they want to believe in.

They’re an embarrassment to humankind
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All my opinion, of course.

Presumably he is talking about the big pharmaceutical companies, whom he has accused of endlessly hounding him and even trying to kill him (he claims that he’s been shot at, his car bombed, etc., and that he still has a bullet in his body from one of the hit attempts).

It’s almost like Lowell Hubbs done correctly, including the “peculiar” prose stylings.

Stanford’s graduate program in immunology has had some fun, singing and dancing:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYuun0LAqWU#t=187

Text appended to YouTube video

As scientists who study the immune system, we have noticed a lot of confusion lately about how vaccines keep us healthy and why they’re so helpful to society. We created this video as a fun explanation.

Lyrics:
I’m gonna go get my vaccine, so all you germs beware.
But wait! You might get autism. Does that give you a scare?
Well, science shows that link is wrong. It’s too hard to ignore. With all the evidence I don’t believe that anymore!
I guess I understand just what he means.
Oh, I just can’t wait for my vaccine!

It just seems hard for kids’ bodies to handle so many shots all at once.
But think of all of the germs, when we’re running around, in the dirt or the sand.
Our body is a battleground!
My immune system is challenged all day.
A vaccine is just one more way!

Now tell me about side effects: won’t vaccines make me sick?
A side effect is really rare – don’t let yourself be tricked.
But even if they’re rare, I still can skip it if I please.
It’s so much safer to get a vaccine than a disease.
I guess he has a point that can be seen.
Oh, I just can’t wait for my vaccine!

My friends were born sickly.
It’s to you that they plea, cause they can’t get a vaccine and neither can this baby!
For when you boost your own immunity, you will protect the whole community.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
Oh, I just can’t wait for my vaccine!
Oh, I just can’t wait for my vaccine!
Oh, I just can’t wait for my vaccine!

Credits:
Vaccine Boy: Nick Bayless
Vaccine Girl: Eden Maloney
Skeptic: Thomas Keller
Germ 1: Luhua Zhang
Germ 2: Michal Tal
Doctor: Gabi Fragiadakis
Vaccine Boy Vocals: Eduardo González-Maldonado
Vaccine Girl Vocals: Trisha Stan
Vaccine Crowd: Stanford Immunology Faculty, Postdocs, and Ph.D Students
Writer: Dara Strauss-Albee
Directors: Dara Strauss-Albee and Cat Hartzell
Costumes: Cat Hartzell and Alex Louie
Camera and Editing: Andrew Carman (http://carmandrew.com)
Recording and Mixing: Trisha Stan

Special Thanks to Barry Starr and The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, CA

Filmed at the Annual Stanford Immunology Retreat at Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, CA

Sponsored by the Stanford Biosciences Student Association

Stanford Immunology Website: http://immunol.stanford.edu/
The Tech Museum: http://www.thetech.org/

Parody of “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King” from The Lion King. Copyright 1994 Disney Corporation.

Somehow exposing people with compromised immunity to VPDs, harassing pharmacy employees, calling vaccine supporters shills and criminals as well as contacting vaccine advocating physicians’ and epidemiologists’ employers are not bullying.

I can cure every cancer in 2 to 16 weeks. ( not every person but every cancer ).

In other words, the patient dies, but the cancer will be fine.

It is so disheartening to hear these glib and frankly stupid arguements. I’m just back from the British Society for Genetic Medicine annual conference where real science is discussed with really smart, clear thinking people like Steve Norad presenting, what a breath of fresh air!

I find all those tweets very sad. I’m sure the great majority of those people sincerely believe that there is a huge cover-up of damage caused by vaccines. They are wrong, and I wish there were a way of convincing them otherwise, but I don’t see any easy way that can be done.

I clicked on one link that claimed, “Millions of Children Infected with Dr. Paul Offit’s Rotateq Vaccine”, which piqued my curiosity. It led to a Sayer Ji article claiming that rotavirus vaccines are contaminated wiith live retroviruses, and linked to a scientific paper to support this. Sayer Ji wrote:

Unfortunately for Dr. Offit (not so affectionately named Dr. Profit), a 2010 study published in Journal of Virology revealed that his multi-million dollar grossing patent on the Rotateq vaccine contains a live simian retrovirus (with a 96% match of certainty) that has likely infected millions of children over the past few years with a virus that causes great harm.

Sounds alarming, doesn’t it? However when I looked at the study itself I found this:

The detection of SRV DNA (or other retroviral sequences) in live-attenuated vaccines, therefore, simply reflects their generation in cells, which contain a large genome load of endogenous retroviruses, rather than the presence of adventitious viruses of concern.

In other words Rotateq does not contain a live simian retrovirus, and it has not “infected millions of children over the past few years”. Neither is SRV “a virus that causes great harm” to humans:

A prior study showed two cases of SRV seroconversion in people with extensive blood and saliva contacts with nonhuman primates presumably following infection with replication-competent SRV. Neither clinical symptoms nor ongoing viremia was observed in these seropositive individuals.

I know I shouldn’t be surprised when I find antivaxxers lying yet again, but I still find it baffling when over and over again I see them make a claim and link to a study that they claim supports their claim, when it actually does the exact opposite.

how dare everyone of you insensitive paid Pharma shill pricks. You should thank god none of you or yours a vaccine injured. I have 2 grandsons that are. They were poisoned by the pediatrician we thought was supposed to care for them. I am sure he didn’t do it on purpose, but like the majority of the population he believed what the robots from Merck, and the others said. So joke about it if you like but remember you bunch of miserable bitches, these are kids we are talking about that suffer every day. My wish for you is that you are all affected and then you will realize what these kids have to endure

krebiozen —

I still find it baffling when over and over again I see them make a claim and link to a study that they claim supports their claim, when it actually does the exact opposite.

This is pretty much standard operating procedure over in climate-science-denial land. Among other things, there’s a notorious list of something like 1000 publications purported to dispute the consensus; some of the authors have written indignant commentaries pointing out that their papers do no such thing.

Lorraine,

There is a simple solution

You mean a study like this one carried out in Germany? It concluded:

The evaluation showed that vaccinated children and unvaccinated children differed substantially only in terms of the lifetime prevalence of vaccine preventable diseases; as is to be expected the risk of such diseases is notably lower in vaccinated subjects.

In the largest study in children and adolescents so far none of the often anticipated health differences—such as allergies and the number of infections—were observed in vaccinated and unvaccinated subjects aged 1–17 years.

Vaccines, as we would expect, prevent the diseases they are designed to, without any measurable adverse effects on health. That’s a win-win in my book. That article you linked to is a mass of misinformation, by the way.

@1 Michelle

I may have missed Orac’s or others’ replies. My apologies.

Ultrasound is an extremely lousy screening tool since it is very specific, but _not_ very sensitive. At least that was our experience back in the 1970s and 1980s at the Indiana University School of medicine (Harper, Kelly-Fry, Noe, among other authors.)

Our results which are old but still valid, were pretty much 100% accurate in differentiating between benign and malignant solid masses, and over 98 % accurate in cystic masses. We could also pick up rather rare masses. I recall a mucinous carcinoma that simply didn’t show on X-ray mammography.

HOWEVER!!! Ultrasound just doesn’t pick up anything much under 2-3mm in diameter. Simple physics, based on wavelength. We could never pick up microcalcifications which X-ray is very capable of seeing.

Let’s Just Say, (TM from another list) Michael Moskowitz is a minor hero of mine, when it comes to screening.

In a somewhat related note, there is an excellent blog post about vaccines and the ’cause’ of too much internet use.
deevybee.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/why-most-scientists-dont-take-susan.html

@Connie Schmidt #5

Coldwell has also written disgusting things about Angelina Jolie, claiming she had her breasts sliced off just to make money from (and for) the medical establishment.

Love how he thinks that Jolie could make more money without her breasts than with them. Big Pharma must pay out more than Hollywood.

@kaiseih

Ah, the old pharma shill gambit, a sure sign that you have no valid argument to speak of.

kaiseih: “You should thank god none of you or yours a vaccine injured.”

Which “god”? Why should I thank an imaginary deity when I have a child had seizures from an actual disease?

Please, do provide the verifiable scientific evidence that any vaccine on the American pediatric schedule causes more seizures than the disease. Come up with that, or we will assume that you get kickbacks from “Big Hospital Supply”, and your income is dependent on people getting sick.

@Kaiseh:

how dare everyone of you insensitive paid Pharma shill pricks

My cheques must keep getting stolen in the mail.

You should thank god none of you or yours a vaccine injured. I have 2 grandsons that are

What injuries do they have? Oh, and please don’t say autism. I’m on the spectrum myself and I’m not vaccine injured.

My wish for you is that you are all affected and then you will realize what these kids have to endure

First off, like I said I’m autistic. Second off, I hope YOU never have to suffer what the parents of Dana McCaffrey, Kailis Smith and Kaliah Jordan did.

Ya know, I had a vaccine injury once…the nurse messed up the injection and had to prick my arm a second time! Now y’all are aware of that, so I have fulfilled my obligations for the month. Right?

My wish for you is that you are all affected

I am definitely affected – I’m sure my childhood would have been very different (and possibly a lot shorter) if I had gone through measles, mumps, rubella, polio, pertussis, diphtheria, smallpox, or tetanus (man, if there was one rusty nail or staple on the whole block, I would find it and step on it).

I only wish I was young enough to have been affected by the chicken pox vaccine. Chicken pox sucked.

Have you seen this study?
Self-Organized Criticality Theory of Autoimmunity

The cause of autoimmunity, which is unknown, is investigated from a different angle.

Conclusion: Systemic autoimmunity appears to be the inevitable consequence of over-stimulating the host’s immune ‘system’ by repeated immunization with antigen, to the levels that surpass system’s self-organized criticality.

Inevitable? I’m wondering if that makes you laugh or yawn?

I can’t believe there are actually people on this page, including Orac, posing as scientists

You know how it is, You buy the “Sexy Scientist” costume for Hallowe’en, and then you realise that it looks so good that you want to wear it all year round.

Here’s another interesting fact:

The terms “allergy” and “anaphylaxis” were created following a strange illness that affected up to 50% of vaccinated children at the close of the 1800s. This illness was simply called “serum sickness” and followed the first mass administration of diphtheria anti-toxin sera. Austrian pediatrician Clemens von Pirquet studied the illness at length and observed that the symptoms of this sickness resembled those in people who were hypersensitive to pollens and bee stings. To better describe this ‘altered reactivity’ to the sera he created the Latin derived word allergy in 1906.

Hmm, I wonder if vaccines could contain any peanut proteins? Surely not, that would be too obvious.

@Stu – given that vaccines contain fewer antigens (by several magnitudes) than the body is exposed to on a daily basis, I’d lay you & your “evidence” is full of crap.

That will be the day, when we throw out years of scientific research into vaccines, immunology, bacteriology, virology and neurology, for the likes of Keith Bell:

“Keith Bell is a 25 year veteran of the recycling industry with interest in sanitation and health. During the 1980s, he was a UNICEF radio spokesperson in Chicago for the annual release of State of the World’s Children Report. He’s particularly interested in gut-brain connection including gut-origin of seizure, underdiagnosed in epilepsy.”

@ Lawrence – The study/evidence is real, no data manipulation here.
As for antigen exposure, I agree. Your body is able to handle most all natural occurring exposure. But when you mainline it, the body acts a little different.

@ herr doktor Sorry, it was dogs in this case, not children. It still was invented to describe vaccine injury.

The term aphylaxis was coined by Charles Richet in 1902 and later changed to anaphylaxis due to its nicer quality of speech.[11] In his experiments, Richet injected a dog with sea anemone toxin in an attempt to protect it. Although the dog had previously tolerated the toxin, on re-exposure with the same dose three weeks later it developed fatal anaphylaxis. Thus instead of inducing tolerance (prophylaxis), when lethal responses resulted from previously tolerated doses, he coined the word ana (without) phylaxis (protection).

Sorry, it was dogs in this case, not children.

So the claim about ” a strange illness that affected up to 50% of vaccinated children at the close of the 1800s” was something you just made up now?

@Stu – and your evidence that it was created to “describe vaccine injury” is what exactly?

Also, you do realize that vaccines aren’t given intravenously, right?

No the word Allergy was invented to describe the vaccine injury to the children in the late 1800’s. Anaphylaxis was invented to describe vaccine injury to dogs. Thanks for clearing that up for me.

As for Peanut protein in vaccines:
A 1973 WHO report co-written by Adjuvant 65-4 inventor Maurice Hilleman found the use of peanut oil was relatively safe if properly injected to avoid “severe adverse reactions”. But the safety of the adjuvant was challenged by others including D. Hobson in the Postgraduate Medical Journal (March, 1973). Hobson documented the power of this adjuvant to sensitize recipients to vaccine proteins. This adjuvant created allergies.

@Stu

Re: “Allergy”

It was actually coined in 1911 by Clemens E. von Pirquet to describe hypersensitivity reactions in some people who were given a second dose of horse serum or smallpox vaccine.

So what’s you’re point? Are you trying to argue that vaccines are responsible for all allergies? Hypersensitivity reactions have been around since before the word was coined.

If you study Clemens von Pirquet, you will understand that the wiki entry you refer to regarding allergy is not accurate. He invented the word allergy to describe vaccine effects, not pollen or dust reactions.

If you study Clemens von Pirquet, you will understand that the wiki entry you refer to regarding allergy is not accurate

Clearly you are a scholar of the great man. Can you quote a relevant passage of his words? No need to translate, we can do that.

Hypersensitivity to dust and pollen has been around for centuries due to access through nasal and other vulnerable places. Food allergies are new and have been shown to be induced by vaccines.

Sink your dull teeth into this:
Vaccine Injury: The Biological Plausibility of Microbial Predisposition

OK. You’re apparently too stupid or lazy to understand why Hooker’s “reanalysis,” which has been discussed at length here and elsewhere, is embarrassingly incompetent. So that takes out most of your intro.

The “there is no word for ‘autism’ in Somalia” as some sort of evidence that there is no autism in Somalia is utterly brain-dead. By the way, do you speak Somali? Arabic? You might want to look up ذَاتَوِيّ .

Oh, hey, wait, there are Somali words for <a href="autism and Asperger syndrome. Perhaps you could toddle over there and ask a doctor.

You then trot out an unsubstantiated claim about not just dietary habits, but Lamarckian dietary habits affecting “vulnerab[ility] to vaccine damage” and proceed to the imbecilic claim that all that’s needed to to install running water and indoor plumbing in developing nations, apparently being unaware that increased sanitation is what made polio more severe in the U.S.

Next up is babbling about Bifidobacteria that mainly serves to illustrate that you either didn’t read or didn’t understand your sources, which have nothing to do with autism, vaccine injury, or even reducing vaccine use.

En passant, one gets a link to a PubMed search that does almost nothing to demonstrate that “several studies indicate breastfeeding deters autism,” including entries from Medical Hypotheses.

Next, C-sections cause autism. Because Bifidobacteria. Rather than, say, the result of the Annals of Epidemiology paper that you cite, “PAF estimates are best interpreted as the proportion of ASD attributable to having a suboptimal perinatal environment resulting in PTB, SGA, and/or CD.”

More aimless speculation leading to your prediction that “suspect bifidobacteria will become biomarkers to help avoid vaccine injuries. Every child would have microbial DNA (PCR) stool testing to determine flora balance prior to vaccination.” Uh-huh.

But at least there is one solid piece of information here. Remember this?

I can’t believe there are actually people on this page, including Orac, posing as scientists.

“Keith Bell is a 25 year veteran of the recycling industry with interest in sanitation and health.”

It shows.

Food allergies are new and have been shown to be induced by vaccines.

If you’re going to start jabbering about nonexistent peanut-oil adjuvants, I suggest you just go away now.

If you understood acquired immunity, then it would be pretty obvious that injecting organ/tissue cells or food proteins directly into your system would cause your body to create a defense against them.
Inject lung cells like many vaccines contain, you are likely to have lung problems,
Inject legume proteins, you are likely to have problems with legumes.

To better describe this ‘altered reactivity’ to the sera he created the Latin derived word allergy in 1906.

Oops.

GRAS ingredients – Generally Regarded As Safe, do not have to be listed on vaccine ingredient lists. This can include oils that still contain trace amounts of legume or other proteins. We don’t know what some vaccines include because they dont tell us.
The circumstantial evidence point to peanuts

OK Stu, we get it… you’re not going to let silly things like ‘facts’ stand in the way of your glorious theory.
I don’t know whom you expect to convince with reasoning like that, though.

Inject lung cells like many vaccines contain, you are likely to have lung problems,
Inject legume proteins, you are likely to have problems with legumes.

Inject immunoglobulin, and you’re likely to have problems with… what?

inject lung cells like many vaccines contain, you are likely to have lung problems,
Nonsense. Everyone knows that lung problems are caused by insufficient lungwort.

GRAS ingredients – Generally Regarded As Safe, do not have to be listed on vaccine ingredient lists.

You’re a fυcking moron. GRAS has nothing to do with biologics labeling, genius. Have you ever noticed that sucrose is listed.

Well Narad with that I will leave you to your church of pharmakeia and your magic elixirs.

Keep taking your shots, drink your fluoride, get your xrays, and line up for your chemo.

Me, Id rather take my chances with my God and trust in His creation.
God Bless

Clearly you are a scholar of the great man. Can you quote a relevant passage of his words?

The original from the Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift is here. The subsequent monograph is here.

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