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I'm going to be breaking a HUGE story on Ameros Radio next Tuesday. Eileen Dannemann from the National Coalition of Organized Women will be joining me to expose the over %2000 jump in miscarriages, stillbirths, and fetal demise when comparing 2008 to 2009 (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System). She has the V...AERS reports and the science, pointing towards a strong case for gross neglect by the CDC.
Here is the information we will be discussing:
About Eileen Dannemann
Director of National Coalition of Organized Women
She has worked with
Paul G. King PhD
Gary S. Goldman PhD
compiling an independent survey, as well as collecting VAERS reports to bring a study showing harm done, the risk involved, and what can be done from here.
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- Epoch Times (excerpts - please read full article by clicking above)
"During 2009's H1N1 outbreak, the New York state Health Department said all health care workers need to get shots and it nearly came to fruition before it the proposal was withdrawn due to union protests and a dearth of vaccination medicine."
State Sen. Tom Duane, who chairs the health committee, said he is reintroducing a flu shot bill.
"People don't like being told what to do, but frankly, if you work in a hospital setting, flu vaccination should be mandatory," Duane (D-Manhattan) told the New York Daily News. "There will be people mad about it, but I do believe it's necessary."
Footage of the Codes Committee Meeting
4:23 - "Senator Krueger's bill has been laid aside at the request of the sponsor"
"Liz Krueger, said opposition to the bill is not one of the reasons she tabled it. She expects to put it back on the table in the coming weeks."
Sure. That's why it was the only bill tabled all day, and there were about 30 citizens in the committee room. The committee meets again in 2 weeks. Make no mistake. There is STRONG opposition to this bill. Every senator I called said that they were flooded with calls on this topic.
It seemed as if this was a stalling tactic. If Senator Krueger thinks she can duck out from a storm, she has only dodged the first snowflake of an avalanche.
Let's address some truth:
1) They ARE working on a bill MANDATING Gardasil in schools
2) People assume this is a miracle cure - however judicial watch reported 28 deaths related to Gardasil in 2008 obtained through FDA records.
3) Children aren't even allowed to get a tattoo under 18 - it's a class B misdemeanor.
"Currently, Section 260.21 of the Penal Law only classifies tattooing a child under 18 as unlawfully dealing with a child a Class B misdemeanor."
Watch the WTEN coverage of the Committee Meeting
Bills would provide immunization exemptions
Assembly Health Committee also favors extending protections for senior citizens, health care workers
February 08, 2010
Assembly Health Committee Chairman Richard Gottfried, D-Manhattan, announced Jan. 28 the committee's passage of 11 bills addressing patient rights and safety.
Two of the bills, which have advanced to their third reading, focus on strengthening a student's ability to opt out of mandatory immunizations upon school enrollment for diseases such as mumps, measles, Hib disease and hepatitis B. Both immunization exemption bills were sponsored by Gottfried and Sen. Frank Padavan, R-Queens, and if passed into law, would be effective immediately.
This is a stub: Read the full article here