Written by Jeanne Ohm, D.C.
Tuesday, 19 May 2009 10:48
Vaccines in the News
Immunization Advisory Panel Recommends HPV Vaccine for All Girls
Recommendations for vaccine include all girls between age 11 and 12 years; girls and women aged 13 to 26 who have not received the vaccine yet. At the discretion of the physician, girls as young as age 9 could also be vaccinated. http://mp.medscape.com/cgi-bin1/DM/y/h44k0EYUek0DzP0HfwU0EL
Once again, the National Vaccine Information Center steps to the plate and offers this rebuttal for the HPV: wwnvic.org/PressReleases/pr62706gardasil.htm
The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons has grave concerns over vaccines as well:.to say about this controversial issue. Unlike the AMA and the CDC who continue to support mandatory vaccinations, the AAPS has stepped out for the rights of the people. http://www.aapsonline.org/vaccines/aapsopp.htm
Speaking of the FDA, the new flu vaccine has been released and approved. And once again, is up for investigation for contamination.
More Mercury for Children: The CDC Federal health officials have made it official that toddlers aged 2 through 4 years should be immunized against influenza each year, adding millions of people to the groups included in flu vaccination recommendations. http://www.cidrap.umn.edu/cidrap/content/influenza/general/news/jun2906fluvaccine.html
The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons oppose these vaccines with mercury. http://www.jpands.org/vol11no2/ayoub.pdf
The International Medical Veritas Association has this to say about flu vaccines in infants: http://www.imva.info/influenza.shtml
Our current Pathway's Feature article is titled: "How Do Vaccines Work?" by Richard Moskowitz, MD. What is very interesting about this article is that he does not address the toxic contents of vaccines, or which vaccine a parent should choose or even at what age a child should be vaccinated. Rather, Dr. Moskowitz challenges the very theory of vaccines from an immunological pespective. He begins with,
"It is dangerously misleading and indeed false to claim that a vaccine makes us 'immune' or 'protects' us against an acute disease. In fact it only drives the infection deeper into the interior and causes us to harbor it chronically, with the result that our responses to it become weaker and weaker, and show less and less tendency to heal or resolve themselves spontaneously. To consider that possibility, I will examine the process of coming down with and recovering from a typical acute disease like the measles, in contrast to what we can observe after giving the measles vaccine..."
He further explains,
"To be sure, we have also achieved the production of specific antibodies against the virus, which can be measured in the blood, but now only as an isolated technical feat, with no massive outpouring and no general improvement in the health of the organism. Indeed, I fear, exactly the opposite is true: the exorbitant price we have to pay for these antibodies is for the maintenance of the virus in the cells of the immune system for prolonged periods of time, maybe permanently, which in turn presupposes a generalized weakening of our capacity to mount an effective response not only to measles, but to other acute infections as well..."
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Jeanne Ohm DC
ICPA, Executive Coordinator
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