Dave Hodges interviewed Katy Whelan, the health reporter for The Common Sense Show. Katy had many stunning revelations regarding health care beginning with the fact that the CDC admits that 98 million Americans were infected with cancer when they took the Polio vaccine.
INVESTMENTWATCHBLOG– The CDC has quickly removed a page from their website, which WAS cached here (since removed by google so you can view an image of the cache here), admitting that more than 98 million Americans received one or more doses of polio vaccine within an 8-year span from 1955-1963 when a proportion of the vaccine was contaminated with a cancer causing polyomavirus called SV40. It has been estimated that 10-30 million Americans could have received an SV40 contaminated dose of the vaccine.
Here is a link to the cached CDC page
Michele Carbone, Assistant Professor of Pathology at Loyola University in Chicago, has recently isolated fragments of the SV-40 virus in human bone cancers and in a lethal form of lung cancer called mesothelioma. He found SV-40 in 33% of the osteosarcoma bone cancers studied, in 40% of other bone cancers, and in 60% of the mesotheliomas lung cancers, writes Geraldo Fuentes.
Dr. Michele Carbone openly acknowledged HIV/AIDS was spread by the hepatitis B vaccine produced by Merck & Co. during the early 1970s. It was the first time since the initial transmissions took place in 1972-74, that a leading expert in the field of vaccine manufacturing and testing has openly admitted the Merck & Co. liability for AIDS…
(NaturalNews) by: J. D. Heyes -A food activist organization has filed suit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture, alleging that one of its agencies is in violation of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) provisions after failing to provide requested documents.
The Center for Food Safety, in its suit against the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, or APHIS, said the agency has ignored FOIA requests for records related to genetically engineered crops by unlawfully delaying responses and withholding public disclosure of information.
As reported by Sustainable Pulse, the suit charges that APHIS has failed to provide timely responses to at least 29 separate FOIA requests or appeals. In addition, the suit claims that of those cases, the agency has failed to provide a final response to ten requests and two appeals.
The suit is asking the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to order APHIS to promptly provide the center with requested information and to further order the agency to end its practice of failing to respond in a timely manner to future FOIA requests for GMO-related data.
By Dr. Mercola
Have you ever wondered where a doctor, or even you, can go to get some of the finest training in the world in integrative medicine?
Dr. Lee Cowden is a long-time friend and served as one of my initial natural medicine mentors. He is a former interventional cardiologist who became disenchanted with conventional approaches and used his brilliant intellect to explore natural alternatives.
He’s been working with the Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine (ACIM) to develop the finest, most comprehensive, and cost-effective natural training program currently available.
Dr. Cowden’s interest in integrative medicine goes back to his days in medical school, when he developed an allergy that got progressively worse despite following the conventional treatment protocols.
As mentioned earlier, you do not have to have a medical license to train at ACIM. In fact, the academy encourages laypeople to further their knowledge about integrative medicine in order to help heal themselves and their families. One question that arises is whether or not you might get into legal trouble should you decide to counsel others after receiving a certificate in a particular modality from the academy.
For example, organizations such as the American Dietetic Association (now calling itself the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) has pushed state laws to block almost anyone except their registered dietitians (RDs) from legally giving nutritional advice. One way around this is to establish a private membership association.