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An excerpt from the article 60 “Lab Studies Now Confirm Cancer Link to a Vaccine You Probably Had as a Child” posted by Dr. Mercola today:

“…For starters, the HPV vaccine Gardasil, which is being vigorously pushed on unsuspecting young girls and women to theoretically guard against cervical cancer still has never been proven to actually prevent cancer. On the contrary, evidence suggests that under certain circumstances the vaccine increases your risk of precancerous lesions by nearly 45 percent, and an ever increasing number of girls are being seriously injured by this unnecessary vaccine.

As of December 13, 2010, 20,915 adverse reactions had been reported in the United States alone, including 89 deaths, 297 miscarriages or stillbirths, and 370 reports of abnormal pap smears post vaccination.

All of this from a vaccine that has only been on the market for four years!

Making matters worse, as of 2009 the US FDA approved Gardasil for use on young boys as well, and the first male death has also been reported. In September of last year, a young boy died just eight days after being vaccinated with Gardasil.

So what’s going on here?…


Autism Support Network discussing Dr. Oz’s show.

“… Dr. Oz Show recap: Causes of autism and vaccines CMR

Today on the Dr. Oz show, Dr. Mehmet Oz discussed Autism and what causes it. He says that 1 in every 110 children born in the United States will have autism. Boys are more prone to it, at 1 in 70 children.

Dr. Oz says that autism is a neurological disorder that robs a child of an emotional foundation. More and more children are being diagnosed with it each year too. Why is autism on the rise? Mainly because doctors are getting better at diagnosing it, and also because the diagnosis has spread to include children with milder forms of it.

Alison Singer, President of the Autism Science Foundation, says

Read more: Autism Support Network.


Bloomberg Businessweek: Restrictive Diet May Reduce ADHD Symptoms, But researchers add that not all kids helped; long-term effectiveness unknown.

THURSDAY, Feb. 3 (HealthDay News) — A special restrictive diet may significantly reduce symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in young children, a new study suggests.

When children between the ages of 4 and 8 were placed on a diet containing no processed foods for five weeks, ADHD symptoms diminished in 78 percent of them. And, when suspected trouble foods were reintroduced into the diet, two-thirds of the children experienced a relapse in symptoms.

“A strictly supervised restricted elimination diet is a valuable instrument to assess whether ADHD is induced by food,” wrote the study authors. “We think that dietary intervention should be considered in all children with ADHD, provided parents are willing to follow a diagnostic restricted elimination diet for a five-week period, and provided expert supervision is available,” they concluded.

Results of the study are published in the Feb. 5 issue of The Lancet. Click the Bloomberg link above to read the entire article.



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