All the research money can buy…

(I am sorry if some of you are tired of this topic.  It’s on my radar right now and I’m going with it.  This is too serious.Those that make a profit off of them are powerful and wealthy enough to persuade people to do something that is against their own best interest.)

…the “study” on the link between the MMR and autism is the best “research” money can buy.

From Dachel Media Report:

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Gupta: “So did Hannah have some sort of predisposition and then the vaccines tipped her over the edge into developing autism?  What is your belief now?”

Poling: I don’t believe that vaccines are the only way that you can tip over a child like Hannah to regress and have an encephalopathy, and regress into autism.  There are probably multiple triggers.  In my daughter, it was clearly the vaccinations. That was our experience.  In other families’ experiences, it may be different.  The other cases that were at Johns Hopkins, there were only a few like Hannah and then others regressed for other reasons. It’s not really a known entity.”

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This is a neurologist speaking –someone who studies the brain and all the mechanisms affecting it.  He knows his stuff — and he is saying the vaccines caused his daughter’s autism.

Next, we have a comment from the page:

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Independent Study Finding No MMR Autism Link Not So Independent

activistpost.com/2015/04/independent-study-finding-no-mmr-autism.html
By Brandon Turbeville and Heather Callaghan

For those who may be critical of the process of vaccination, particularly its safety and effectiveness, it is a known fact that there has never been a study proving safety or effectiveness that was not linked to a pharmaceutical firm or vaccine maker.[1] Indeed, if vaccines were so easy to prove safe and effective, then certainly an entirely government-funded or independent agency would have done so by now.

With the recent mainstream media hype, however, one would be tempted to believe that such an independent study has finally taken place proving that the MMR vaccine is not linked to autism. However, brief research into the allegedly independent “review panel” of the new darling of the month “MMR is not related to autism study” reveals that this is not the case.

For instance, the organization that conducted the study is the Lewin Group, a corporate healthcare consulting firm based in Falls Church, Virginia. The Lewin Group works with a wide range of players in the medical establishment. Most notably major pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Novo Nordisk among others…

Pitocin-induced contractions will be longer, more forceful and much closer together than a woman’s natural contractions. This can cause significant stress to the baby, because there’s not enough time to recover from the reduced blood flow that happens when the placenta is compressed with each contraction. The net effect of this is to deprive the baby of necessary supplies of blood and oxygen, which can in turn lead to abnormal fetal heart rate patterns and fetal distress.

In fact, birth activist Doris Haire describes the effects of synthetic oxytocin on the baby as follows:

The situation is analogous to holding an infant under the surface of the water, allowing the infant to come to the surface to gasp for air, but not to breathe.

The U.S. Pitocin package insert is painfully clear about the risks of the drug, warning that it can cause:

  • fetal heart abnormalities (slow heart beat, PVCs and arrhythmias)
  • low APGAR scores
  • neonatal jaundice
  • neonatal retinal hemorrhage
  • permanent central nervous system or brain damage
  • fetal death

A Swedish study showed a nearly 3 times greater risk of asphyxia (oxygen deprivation) for babies born after augmentation with Pitocin. And a study in Nepal showed that induced babies were 5 times more likely to have signs of brain damage at birth.

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One thought on “All the research money can buy…

  1. Reblogged this on Dolphin and commented:

    Reblogging this for all the info included. Yeah, I feel pretty strongly about forced vaccinations on unsuspecting people, little or big, who are made ill.

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