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New Monograph Spotlights Urgent Need for Congress to Get Neurotoxins and Other Poisons Out of Vaccines
Date:1/31/2011

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- With the latest round of flu vaccine damage surfacing in mid-January, the FDA is again investigating the association between vaccines and febrile seizures in children. How often do health consumers need the "wool pulled over their eyes" about vaccines? It's time for Congress to challenge the "safe and effective" mantra of Big Pharma and the medical industry.  

The January 2011 monograph Vaccines & Vaccinations: The Need for Congressional Investigation (edited by Catherine J Frompovich and Laraine C Abbey) documents the presence of toxins, including brain and nervous system damaging adjuvants, excipients, and growth medium in vaccines that can cause health damage to everyone -- especially to children and pregnant women.

The monograph uses peer-reviewed journals, CDC, FDA, HHS, and other accepted sources regarding vaccines/vaccinations to connect the dots on what is NOT being shared with health consumers (nor most health professionals) about vaccinations, e.g., toxic adjuvants like aluminum -- a neurotoxin; mercury -- a neurotoxic hazmat; formaldehyde -- an EPA-declared carcinogen; MSG -- an excitotoxin that stimulates brain cells to self-destruction; polysorbate 80 -- causes infertility in lab rats; diploid (aborted human fetal) cells; foreign DNA from dogs, chicks, monkeys, and insects; plus many more, which should not be injected into babies immediately after birth -- or any time.

One-sixth (1/6th) of U.S. children are neurodevelopmentally damaged, with one in a hundred (1 per 100) victims of autism. Many more children suffer with other chronic health problems, including cancer and autoimmune disorders, both of which have been linked, in part, to vaccines. Autoimmune disorders include diabetes, asthma, and allergies. Such associations must be investigated and not by Big Pharma, who supplies FDA with often-skewed research indicating that neurotoxic adjuvants are "safe."

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SOURCE Catherine J Frompovich; Laraine C Abbey
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