Vaccination Voodoo

Vaccination Voodoo : What You Don't Know about Vaccines

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Vaccination Voodoo uses peer reviewed journal studies, U.S. health agencies information, and other documentation to disclose what's in vaccines that consumers, unfortunately, do not know. Vaccine ingredients can include such components as Thimerosal, which is 49.6% ethylmercury, aluminum, 2-Phenoxyethanol, formaldehyde/Formalin, polysorbate 80, phenol, antibiotics, gluteraldehyde, MSG, sodium borate, plus a 'shopping list' of other neurotoxic chemicals, along with vaccine production media that includes anything from monkey kidney and other animal tissues to genetically engineered insect virus to diploid cells, which are aborted human fetal tissue. Surely, vaccines are not just an antigen and saline water, as many health professionals would have you believe. The book discusses adverse effects from vaccines both in trials, and in foreign countries where vaccination campaigns are being closed down by governments due to so many adverse effects from vaccines--something the U.S. media doesn't report. Vaccination 'politics' and how they affect everyone from the newborn infant to senior citizen become apparent with the author's candid discussion of what her research of vaccines since the 1980s has uncovered. Many of the myths revolving around vaccines and vaccinations are exposed for what they truly are, public relations and media spin. Vaccination Voodoo, What YOU Don't Know About Vaccines will open readers' eyes to information they should know and utilize as part of being informed healthcare consumers.

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  • Paperback | 262 pages
  • 152 x 228 x 18mm | 419.99g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1484923820
  • 9781484923825
  • 396,811

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About Catherine J Frompovich

Catherine J Frompovich has been a consumer health researcher and advocate since the late 1970s. She was in the vanguard of the health and wellness movement based on holistic health principles; natural, nutritious foods and diet; complementary and alternative medicine (CAM); and the wisdom of health and healing as passed down through the years from various cultures. Now, mainstream science and medicine are beginning to agree with some of Catherine's convictions. Catherine always has been an advocate in favor of a person's birthright to the care and treatment of one's health and one's children's health as he or she desires. Nothing is more personal. Catherine is the author of numerous books dealing with health, wellness, and nutrition since the 1970s. Several of her books are on now.

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