Tony Isaacs analyzes the low ranking of the U.S. health care system compared to the rest of the world and reviews the 5 things we need to know about HPV vaccines.
The Best Years In Life
Tony Isaacs’ and Luella May’s website
The Sane Vax Mission is to promote Safe, Affordable, Necessary & Effective vaccines and vaccination practices through education and information (SANE Vax representatives appeared on last Monday’s radio show).
The five things you really need to know about HPV vaccines
Sep. 26, 2011
Merck needed a new cash cow to replace the billions in profits lost due to Vioxx finally being pulled from the market after it caused upwards of 50,000 deaths. Gardasil was selected to become the new cash cow and, just like happened with Vioxx, Merck has resorted to rigged and misreported study results and hidden evidence of harm.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Recombinant DNA (rDNA) molecules are DNA sequences that result from the use of laboratory methods (molecular cloning) to bring together genetic material from multiple sources, creating sequences that would not otherwise be found in biological organisms.
World Health Organization Assesses the World’s Health Systems
The findings are published 21 June, in The World Health Report 2000 – Health systems: Improving performance.
“The U.S. health system spends a higher portion of its gross domestic product than any other country but ranks 37 out of 191 countries according to its performance, the report finds.”
3 Responses to Tony Isaacs discusses the mainstream agenda that promotes vaccines
Hospital of Cards
by Andrew Foy, MD
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
The US healthcare system is a huge bubble fueled by misguided policies that are sustained by the government’s ability to borrow money at artificially low interest rates. When either the policies change or the flow of credit to the US government stops, the bubble will burst.
None of this money, however, will bring back the lives of those who died from using Vioxx.
Merck ordered to pay $321 million in criminal Vioxx probe
Thu Apr 19, 2012 4:23pm EDT
Can We Continue To Justify Injecting Aluminum Into Children?
Sayer Ji, Contributor
Apr. 25, 2012