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Industry and healthcare workers have been shielded from liability for vaccine products for the last 35 years - and there are many facts that everyone should know about this liability shield - even if you believe that vaccines are for you and your family.  On November 7th, 2013, members of the vaccine injury community held a briefing for congressional staffers to present many of the problems in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program in preparation for hearings in the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. Professor Mary Holland, Head of Graduate Legal Studies at NYU, and Rolf Hazelhurst, Father in one of the test cases In the Omnibus Autism Proceeding, and Assistant District Attorney General, State of Tennessee, present the case...
by Dorian Yates  For those who care about local foods and small farms, please submit comments to the FDA by November 15th on the new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Signed into law by President Obama in January of 2011, the FDA has taken more than two years to move FSMA through its rule-making procedure—a process still ongoing. The FDA hails FSMA as the most “sweeping reform of food safety laws in over 70 years.” An undeniably important objective given the attention-grabbing headlines announcing outbreaks of foodborne illness from hamburgers, chicken, fruits and vegetables, FSMA unfortunately undermines some of the safest producers of food in the nation—our local farmers.     The "sweeping" law risks sweeping the little guy...
Disease eradication programs seem admirable enough, with stated goals of saving the lives of women, children, the poor and war-torn. However, the road to hell is paved with good intentions.  While United Nations Millenium Goals/Global Vaccine Action Plan Goals may sound lofty and philathropic, execution of unrealistic goals can lead to unintended consequences. One-sized fits-all health programs leave little room for tribal, personal, familial, religious or conscientious health choices. Nor do they consider biological diversity.  People throughout the world have many different reasons for making the health choices that they do, but one-sized fits all health goals, written on paper, leave little room for "non-compliance" and at times...
Did you know that data released by the Vermont Department of Health in June, 2013 show that vaccination rates of schoolchildren in Vermont have never been higher, and have been increasing for years, even while health department officials said rates were falling? Despite this news, it seems that those opposed to your fundamental right to choose are not going to back down.  On August 2, 2013, several Vermont news outlets were emailed a "seed story" about Vermont's vaccination rates. Labeled, "Timely Story for You" this ghostwritten story was delivered by email and written by Gray Media Group of Boston. The author claims that Vermont's "numbers are pretty bad all around," attempts to instill blame for the whooping cough outbreak and tries...
It seems that in Oregon, some democrats want to force their perceived superior moral authority on others. How do pharmaceutical companies create demand for their products? In the case of vaccines, they lobby with Pediatric Associations and the State to make product purchase and consumption mandatory.  But mandates have recently taken a chilling new twist. Yesterday, a bill that sets certain Medical Doctors and the State above religious freedom and a Parent’s Right to decide passed the Oregon Senate.  Our inalienable rights to rear our young, worship whom we please and decide what goes into our bodies are not partisan issues. Yet strangely, this vote went down completely partisan lines - with female democrats Monnes-Anderson and Steiner-...
As published in Voice of America by Julie Taboh, April 29, 2013:   Aluminum is everywhere. From airplanes to cooking pans, this versatile, light-weight metal has been around for generations. And its many benefits have made life easier and more convenient for millions of people. But a new documentary portrays what the filmmaker describes as the "dark side" of aluminum. It’s in the cans we drink out of and in the products we like to cook with. Aluminum is everywhere, including in products that make us feel better, safer and cleaner. Like antacids, sunscreen and antiperspirants. But Austrian filmmaker Bert Ehgartner says there’s another side to aluminum. “It has a lot of good plus[es]. But there is also a dark side of this metal," he...
Caution: this message may be shocking to some, but it is not for April Fools. Brian Shilhavy, Editor of Health Impact News, Reports: The CDC just released a report stating that the prevalence of autism among school age children ages 6 to 17 years old is now 2%, or one out of every 50 children. The time period covers 2007 to 2011-2012. The report is here. This is a significantly higher rate than the CDC reported in 2012, when it released a study that showed one out of every 88 children who were 8-years old  in 2008 were diagnosed with autism. Congressional hearings were convened to study the issue of the alarming rise in autism in late 2012. Congressman Dan Burton stated that the situation is “worse than an epidemic, it is an...


This letter is to the editor of the Valley News. Dear Editor, On March 14, 2013, I sent the following letter (see printed below), to you via your website. I was called to verify my identity the next day - but alas, the letter never got printed.

 I am now very curious as to why letters from New York (Rho's pro-forced vaccination piece), which have already been printed elsewhere, can be given full page space printed in the editorial page of your news establishment, while Vermont letters which explain the other perspective as opinions, are not printed. 

 Perhaps it is just an oversight, and if so, I hope we can rectify the situation as soon as possible. Or perhaps you might elaborate upon your policy.

 Original Letter sent 3/14/2013...
An Open Letter to the VT Department fo Public Health (This letter was delivered to Tracy Dolan, Deputy Commissioner of Health and Patsy Kelso, State Epidemiolgist)  Dear Tracy and Patsy, I do hope you are both doing well and that you are enjoying the sun, snow and latest deep freeze... It is unfortunate that the Immunization Advisory Committee Meetings are not open to the public, because this is an area where I think we might be able to contribute to the conversation. For example, I have heard a couple of news reports about the pertussis outbreak waning, this is good news - keep up the good work. Since I know you are very busy women, I thought I might outline for you the situation as I see it with another study published this week that...
The aggressive campaign against vaccine choice that continues this year despite the 133-6 house vote to keep our medical freedom of choice in 2012 reminds me why last year's anti-corporate personhood bill was so critical. It also reminds me of the story of Semmelweiss, a doctor who (in his day) was villified and committed to bedlam by experts who rejected his work on advocating for handwashing to prevent infection.   - Artwork by Dorian Yates    

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