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Vaccine Safety Bulletin

Before you take the risk, find out what it is
America and American's Children are in the midst of chronic disease and disability. Today, the Centers of Disease Control admits that 1 American child in 6 is developmentally delayed.
In the past 25 years, the number of American children with learning disabilities, ADHD, asthma and diabetes has more than tripled. Autism increases range from 200 percent to over 1,000 percent in some sates.
 In 1969, 1 in 7,100 children was diabetic. Today 1 in 450 children are diabetic. In 1970, austim affected 1 in 2,500 children. Today 1 in 175 children are austisitc. In 1976, there were 796,00 learning-disabled children. Today there are 3 million learning-disabled children. In 1977, there were 1.6 million children with ADHD. Today there are 4 million children with ADHD.In the past 25 years, the number of doses of vaccines that pediatricians give to American babies and children under age 6 has more than doubled.  In 1980 the Centers of Disease Control and…

Selling Sickness

How the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies are turning us all into patients...

We have been amazed lately at how many of our patients tell us that when they recently had their cholesterol checked it was normal or high normal.What shocked us is that their primary physicians want to put them on a statin drug to keep their cholesterol from getting higher?

The scare tactic must be working. All over the world people have spent more in recent years on cholesterol-lowering drugs than on any other drug. Sales now generate more than $25 billion peryear!Lipitor itself brings in over $10 billion per year. With revenues this big, is the focus really on our health?

Advertising is huge! In fact, our country spends more on marketing drugs to medical doctors than it does on educating them. Why? In the book, Selling Sickness, Ray Moynihan and Alan Cassels talk about Henry Gadsen chief executive of Merk Pharmaceutical company 30 years ago. He told Fortune magazine of his distress that the com…