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Jim Carrey Criticizes U.S. Government For Allowing Big Pharma To Influence Policy

Comedian and actor Jim Carrey has been making a name for himself as an activist in recent years as he attacks the government for the influence big corporations have on it, and lately his attacks have been directed at Big Pharma’s monetary leverage over policy and legislation.

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New York University research scholar and law professor Mary Holland recently addressed the United Nations at the 25th International Health and Environment Conference.

Professor Holland has been one of the lone voices in the U.S. addressing the legal ramifications of removing parental rights to informed consent for childhood vaccines. She has previously written for Health Impact News on this issue. See:

Killing the Messenger: U.S. Vaccine Law and Policy

Professor Holland sees major civil rights issues involved in government vaccine policies that remove informed consent rights to refuse mandatory vaccinations. She reminds the United Nations that history has shown us the results of such overt government intrusion into personal medical rights. World-wide human rights legislation has been put into place to protect individuals from government intrusion into medical abuse, starting with the Nuremberg Code just after the atrocities of Nazi Germany after World War II.

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Before you pop open a bottle of California Merlot, there is something you should know: trace amounts of glyphosate, the primary toxic chemical found in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, have been found in 100% of California wines tested by the national GMO awareness group, Moms Across America.


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Nightmare stories of nurses giving potent drugs meant for one patient to another and surgeons removing the wrong body parts have dominated recent headlines about medical care. Lest you assume those cases are the exceptions, a new study by patient safety researchers provides some context.

Their analysis, published in the BMJ on Tuesday, shows that "medical errors" in hospitals and other health care facilities are incredibly common and may now be the third leading cause of death in the United States -- claiming 251,000 lives every year, more than respiratory disease, accidents, stroke and Alzheimer's.

Martin Makary, a professor of surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine who led the research, said in an interview that the category includes everything from bad doctors to more systemic issues such as communication breakdowns when patients are handed off from one department to another.

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By Karri Lewis – AWAKE California

Do you remember that old “science” experiment where a frog immediately jumps out of a pot of boiling water when placed directly into that boiling water?

However, when the frog is placed in a pot of cold water and the temperature of the water is very slowly raised to a boil, the frog stays in the pot and boils to death?

At this point, you’re probably wondering what this has to do with California, vaccine mandates, and BOUGHT, Pharmaceutical-owned politicians?

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25 studies that link vaccines and autism

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A two-phase study evaluating the relationship between Thimerosal-containing vaccine administration and the risk for an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis in the United States

Transl Neurodegener. 2013; 2: 25.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3878266/


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Mike Adams (Natural News) Attacks Skeptics’ Center Point…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen

Right after the American Civil War a group was formed, calling itself the Ku Klux Klan. It’s purpose was to attack, from a position of secrecy, those they hated; wanted disenfranchised (held down) on the American scene. Their primary tactic, was the use of the white-sheet-with-eyeholes – a device to provide anonymity for the haters and generate high levels of fear in their victims.

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FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Eight cases of mumps have been confirmed at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, and more than nine others are being investigated in the first outbreak reported in Connecticut, the school and the state announced Thursday.

The Connecticut Department of Public Health is urging residents to check their vaccination records and to be aware of the symptoms of mumps due to the increase in cases in Connecticut and across the nation.

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Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny is a board-certified osteopathic medical doctor. She is widely regarded the most knowledgeable and outspoken physician on the negative impact of vaccines on health. She is also a recognized expert on many topics within the field of Integrative Medicine including breast health (breast thermography), women's hormones, issues with iodine, and natural approaches to thyroid and adrenal conditions.

An alphabet soup of government agencies regulates the production and approval of vaccines. Dozens of committee members and drug company representatives have convened on many occasions to discuss the impact that stray viruses found in vaccines may have on health.

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Pfizer to pay $784.6 million to resolve Wyeth false claims lawsuit


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Pfizer Inc (PFE.N) has agreed to pay $784.6 million to resolve allegations that Wyeth, which it acquired in 2009, underpaid drug rebates to Medicaid, the federal health insurance program, the Justice Department said on Wednesday.

The settlement resolves claims by the U.S. and states that Wyeth knowingly reported false and fraudulent prices on two of its anti-acid drugs, Protonix Oral and Protonix IV, the Justice Department said.

Pfizer acquired Wyeth in 2009, about three years after Wyeth had ended the conduct that led to settlement, the Justice Department said.

"We are pleased to have finalized the agreement to resolve these cases, which involve historic conduct that occurred at least 10 years ago, before we acquired Wyeth,” said Doug Lankler, Pfizer executive vice president and general counsel, in a statement.

"The resolution of these claims reflects our desire to put these historic cases behind us and to focus on the needs of patients," Lankler said.

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