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Health Care Reform or Health Care Freedom? (audio)• WTAN Radio
Christine Smith discusses health care reform on WTAN Radio/Freedom Works! Radio Show (16 minutes in length)
3,000 under swine flu quarantine Down Under• ABC News
The number of H1N1 cases in Australia is climbing quickly. 3-thousand people are now in quarantine, after a big increase in cases in the last 24 hours.
And Now… Flu Vaccines in Corn• MEATPOULTRY.com
Iowa State University researchers are putting flu vaccines into the genetic makeup of corn, which may someday allow pigs and humans to get a flu vaccination simply by eating corn or corn products.
Scientists identify new lethal virus in Africa• AP
Scientists have identified a lethal new virus in Africa that causes bleeding like the dreaded Ebola virus.“This one is really, really aggressive” he said of the virus.
Communist Health Care USA• Mark Yannone
If a salesman knocked on your door and tried to sell you this, you'd slam the door in seconds. Thank goodness the Constitution protects you. Right?
Swine or Swindle? The Pharmaceutical Flavor of the Hegelian Dialectic (Part 1)Dave Hodges
In my role as a talk show host, I am frequently exposed to some outrageous conspiratorial claims, which to many, seem unbelievable.
Minnesota judge rules family can't refuse chemo for boy• AP
A Minnesota judge has ruled that a 13-year-old boy with a highly treatable form of cancer must seek conventional medical treatment over his parents' objections. ... "medically neglected" and is in need of child protection services.
Ron Paul interviewed by Judge Napolitano and Brian Kilmeade - socialized medicine• libertymaven.com
Ron Paul on Fox News Radio. They talked about socialized medicine. Keep in mind that Ron Paul is also a doctor so he speaks with some personal knowledge of this issue. In fact, he was a doctor prior to the current HMO system.
A Message From the GovernmentWritten By:
Dear Citizens, As I'm sure you've all heard, we're all going to die. Don't be alarmed, we are in control of everything. Afterall, we have an impecable record of solving problems. Iraq, Katrina, the U.S. Border. Just an amazinRead Letter
Mexico says flu ebbing, lowers alert level• AP
Mexican officials lowered their swine flu alert level in the capital on Monday and said they will allow cafes, museums and libraries to reopen this week, even as world health officials weighed raising their pandemic alert to the highest level.
The "Practical Politics" of a Presumed Plague<br>by Will Grigg• Pro Liberate
Relatively few people, none of whom would make a bearable dinner companion, share Comrade Gore's insistence that saving the environment should be the "central organizing principle" of human society.
Pinning Us Down: The "Public Health" Rationale for Tyranny• by Will Grigg (Pro Liberate)
Like the H1N1 flu virus that is the focus of growing public alarm, the Homeland Security State is a recombinant entity. The H1N1 pathogen is composed of strains of influenza that don't naturally fuse together. In similar fashion, the Homeland Sec
Perez Before SwinePowell Gammill
As a clinical virologist, my take on the Swine Flu epidemic.
Swine-flu outbreak could be linked to Smithfield factory farms• AP
The outbreak of a new flu strain—a nasty mash-up of swine, avian, and human viruses—has infected 1,000 people in Mexico and the U.S., killing 68. The World Health Organization warned the outbreak could reach global pandemic levels.
Swine Flu Vaccine Could Take 6 Months• LiveScience
A vaccine for the new swine flu in humans could take at least six months to manufacture and distribute widely. The reason: Vaccines must be developed from the specific flu strain, tested for safety, sent to manufacturers for mass production, and then
Worst case scenario underlies US pandemic plan• AP
Two million dead. Hospitals overwhelmed. Schools closed. Swaths of empty seats at baseball stadiums and houses of worship. An economic recovery snuffed out. Government leaders at all levels have spent 4 years planning for
Official: US flu victims may be infecting others• AP
The swine flu epidemic crossed new borders with the first cases confirmed in the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region, as world health officials said they suspect American patients may have transmitted the virus to others in the U.S.
US begins border monitoring for swine flu• AP
Amid surging worries about a global pandemic, the United States launched border screening for swine flu exposure. U.S. officials at border checkpoints were "asking people about fever and illness, looking for people who are ill."
Flu Virus Can [Will] Not Be Contained By CDCWritten By:
http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/N25473389.htm InezRead Letter
The Judgment on Vaccines Is In???• Huffington Post (I stubled in there by accident!)
"...we need more independent vaccine research not done by the drug companies selling the vaccines or by organizations under their influence. Studies that cannot be internally suppressed."
Ill-based Baxter working on Swine Flu Vaccine• Associated Press, Forbes.com
DEERFIELD, Ill. - Specialty drug maker Baxter International Inc. will work with the World Health Organization to develop a vaccine that could stem an outbreak of a deadly swine flu strain in Mexico.
Venture Capital Firm Set To Reap Rewards On Swine Flu• By Alexander Haislip, Reuters UK
LOS ANGELES, April 24 (Reuters) - The swine flu outbreak is likely to benefit one of the most prolific and successful venture capital firms in the United States: Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Thomson Reuters Private Equity Week reported on Friday
New bird flu cases suggest the danger of pandemic is rising• The Independent
First the good news: bird flu is becoming less deadly. Now the bad: scientists fear that this is the very thing that could make the virus more able to cause a pandemic that would kill hundreds of millions of people.
Investigators win approval of fake medical product• AP
The Government Accountability Office was able to register with the Health and Human Services Department a fictitious institutional review board, a panel of doctors and scientists that must approve any medical drug or device to be used in federally fu
Depleted Uranium Downgraded to Lowest Hazard Category• Salt Lake City Tribune
U.S. Rep. Jim Matheson is demanding to know what's behind a decision by federal regulators to put depleted uranium in the lowest-hazard category for radioactive waste. Now they can ship it all to Utah.
The cure for Hillary's health problem• Mark Yannone
Wealth confiscators will bludgeon us mercilessly to get our consent to government health care. We are prepared.
Another Autism Case WINS in Vaccine Court• Huffington Post
Last week, the parents of yet another child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) were awarded a lump sum of more than $810,000 in compensation by the Court, which ruled that the MMR vaccine had caused acute brain damage.
Facemasks can protect against flu - if only people keep them on• Rense.com
Those who wore a mask while their children were sick were four times less likely than non-wearers to become infected by their sick children.
Study: Fluoridation Benefits Doubtful• Reuters
Fluoride ingestion does not reduce tooth decay, making water fluoridation something that should be ended. [edit: "...and increased fluoride content of foods, they report."]