Parents in Memphis, Tennessee, are mourning the loss of their baby girl Ja’Liyah Cortize Turner, after she passed away in her sleep, less than four days after receiving seven vaccines. Her mother Quavia felt pressured into getting her daughter further vaccinated, even though she didn’t want to, because her daughter had a bad reaction from the round of vaccines given to her earlier.
Ja’Liyah’s autopsy report did not mention the vaccines even though she still had the knots on her legs at the injection sites. Her cause of death was ruled “Unknown, Undetermined.” The autopsy stated Ja’Liyah had no significant medical history contributing to her death. Yet, it is very significant Ja’Liyah had just received seven vaccines four days earlier. Continue reading 4 Month-Old Infant From Tennessee Passed Away After Given 7 Vaccines
By: Marcella Piper-Terry, M.S., Founder of VaxTruth.Org
Okay. I give up. Vaccines do not cause autism.
Autism is a behavioral diagnosis. In order to receive the diagnosis of “Autism” a child must exhibit a certain number of behaviors over a certain time frame. If he or she does not do so, the diagnosis of “autism” is not warranted.
There is no blood test for “autism.”
“Autism” can’t be confirmed or “ruled-out” by laboratory analysis. It’s strictly a behavioral diagnosis.
Therefore, anything that causes physiological damage cannot directly “cause” autism.
Vaccines Are Not Safe, Have No Liability, and Can Cause Autism“There’s one [vaccine] test I want to see: that’s the vaccinated vs unvaccinated study. And until you do that, don’t ever try to convince me that these vaccines are safe,” says documentary producer Del Bigtree during the Q&A after the screening of the documentary, Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe. “We have a vaccine that is causing Autism, [the MMR vaccine].”www.vaxxedthemovie.comwww.stopmandatoryvaccination.com — with Del Bigtree, Polly Tommey and Andrew Wakefield.
Robert Kennedy, Jr. is right about vaccines: A medically induced ‘holocaust’ is now upon us
As at Sept 18 2015 Another alternative health care practitioner, famed NYC holistic Oncologist Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, was found dead in the woods near his upstate New York home. Gaynor’s death brings the total to 11 alternative health care providers that have been found dead in less than 90 days,
Dr. Gaynor reportedly died a few days ago, after walking away from a car accident. His body was discovered over the weekend in the woods behind his upstate country home, according to Health Nut News.
This respected physician was assisting in healing cancer naturally according to his website:
Mitchell Gaynor, M.D., is Founder and President of Gaynor Integrative Oncology and Gaynor Wellness in New York City. A renowned pioneer in the field of integrative oncology for 30 years, Dr. Gaynor is author, physician, speaker and composer of original sound healing meditations. His latest book, “The Gene Therapy Plan – Taking Control of your Genetic Destiny Through Diet and Lifestyle” (from Viking Press with a Forward by Dr. Mehmet Oz) provides a revolutionary approach to reverse gene damage associated with aging, cancer, obesity, and diabetes and to prevent future gene deterioration with specific programs that are appropriate for anyone who wants to maximize longevity for themselves, their children and future generations.
Dr. Gaynor has a notable history in the treatment of chronic diseases, particularly cancer, with scientifically grounded therapies that augment traditional modalities.
I feel like I’ve been in a fifteen year argument with the town drunk” (referring to his attempts, as the chair of chemistry at the University of Kentucky and a leading expert on mercury toxicity, to try and speak with the CDC about the dangers of mercury.)
Dr. Boyd Haley recently retired as chair of chemistry at the University of Kentucky. His specialty was mercury toxicity. He has published a significant body of work and collaborated with top researchers around the world.
In this six minute video he breaks down the parameters of the autism epidemic, explaining in broad strokes what we know and where the questions are. He also fumes a little about his frustration trying to communicate with government “scientists” who seem unable to understand the basics of science.
Boyd Haley, PhD The Effects of Synergistic Toxicities and Genetic Susceptibilities on the Toxic Effects of Inorganic and Organic Mercury…
A new study this week found no link between vaccines and autism. It instantly made headlines on TV news and popular media everywhere. Many billed it as the final word, “once again,” disproving the notion that vaccines could have anything to do with autism.
There are a number of books out there that promote vaccines that push such propaganda. However, there are only a limited number of educational books on the market that actually teach kids that many of these illnesses are normal childhood sicknesses that help strengthen our immune systems.
Vaccine injuries are a tricky diagnosis, but that’s more because pharmaceutical companies live in a bubble of government protection. One thing we do know is that illnesses at one time considered anomalies are now being attributed potentially to vaccines. And such is the case one Redditor is attempting to make, citing that Stephen Hawking illness, ALS, is actually a vaccine injury. Redditor Lucy Cohen presented the argument to Reddit 7-months ago and it opened a discussion. The discussion has since been shut off, however, I thought I’d republish her post here and let the comments serve as a continued discussion.
The original discussion is located here. Cohen asserts the following:
More and more parents around the globe are choosing to opt out of vaccinating themselves and their children. As a result of this trend that’s been gaining more and more momentum, a harsh response has come from the “pro-vaccine” community -criticizing parents for their decision to not vaccinate. At the end of the day it’s not really about “pro-vaccination” or “anti-vaccination,” it’s not one “against” the other or about pointing fingers and judgement, it’s simply about looking at all of the information from a neutral standpoint. It’s about asking questions and communicating so people can make the best possible decisions for themselves and their children. Parents love their kids and the vaccine “controversy” has made it difficult for many parents to know what to do.
It’s not just parents, it’s doctors too.
A new study published in the journal EbioMedicineoutlines this point, stating in the introduction: