I am a big fan of your work on risk communication and have been following it for years. I am currently researching best practice for communicating job layoffs, and wondered if you would apply your models to communicating bad news about jobs. For example, would this comment hold true in a job crisis? More often than not, they are already pondering what might go wrong, imagining the worst and wishing there were some way to get it out onto the table and get the facts.
Alexis Carrelof the Rockefeller Institute, stated: Scientific Monthly, July, Modern medicine protects him attempts to against infections which kill rapidly, but leaves him exposed to the slower and more cruel diseases. But what justification can there be for putting the whole power of the government back of such a system, and the public treasury at its disposal, to spread misleading propaganda about its own peculiar doctrines and methods, to force them on the helpless?
All our tax supported Departments of Health, hospitals and institutions are under the domination of medical personnel. Smallpox and other epidemics were largely controlled by improvements in sanitation and nutrition years before vaccination became popularized. Yet a tremendous sum of money is poured into the medical coffers every year with no accounting made for its use and no benefits received.
John Tilden made the following observation, regarding inadequate medical procedures: Ability to diagnose, but impotence in curing, is the true status of scientific medicine. The irony of all this professional perfection?
But the question will not down: How is a disease to be prevented or cured when the cause is unknown? He turned to nature and its simplicity and upon its sound basic laws of healing he brought about miracles of recovery from all diseases.
After trying to justify the inconsistencies of medical theory he had this to say: The answer is ready: A successful practice of the healing art must be based upon the laws of life, the economy of vitality. It has no physiological and biological science upon which to truly practice the healing art.
It is this lack of correct physiological and biological principles that has enabled the medical profession to foist such an unscientific delusion as vaccination on the public.
However, our present concern, in this chapter, is merely to point out the instability of the nebulous theory of "anti-bodies" which is the main prop that holds up the dead corpse of vaccination.
Shelton brings into sharper focus this "tricky" subject of anti-bodies. These elusive little nothings have fooled the people and served the uses of the doctors but have vanished into theory when subjected to the clear light of scientific investigation.
The idea seems to be sound, although it is possible that the work of destroying such toxins is that of the detoxification carried on by the liver, and lymph glands, etc. Anti-toxins, antibodies, antigens, etc. They have only been assumed, while the practice based upon their assumed existence has been both a failure and disaster.
However, this may not be due to their non-existence.
Besides this, there is no evidence that the anti-toxins of one species can be made use of by another species. Where vaccines are employed, it constitutes the introduction of actual disease matter into the blood.
That is, the supposed causitive germs or some product of the disease is introduced into the body. The consequences are often terrible. Real benefits are never observed. In keeping with a general law of life, it is very probable that the body does manufacture an excess of anti-bodies, but it cannot be shown that it retains these after the need for them has ceased.
On the contrary, in keeping with another general law of life, it is very probable that the body begins to get rid of them the very instant the need for them ceases.
If they exist they are chemical substances produced to meet an emergency and will be cast out as soon as the emergency ceases to exist. Thus, when germs are found within a sick body it is not that they entered from outside and caused the disease.
It is because they developed from the decaying cells within the body and have an important part to play in helping to handle the waste and destruction brought about by serums, drugs and other poisons forced upon the body from without.
Perhaps our modern bacteriologists have seen this activity of the "microzymas" and jumped to the conclusion that they are anti-bodies fighting disease and that they the doctors must inject more oL them into the body by way of vaccines.Read chapter 3 Current Status of Vaccines for Military Personnel: Infectious diseases continue to pose a substantial threat to the operational capacity of.
The EPA’s decision conflicts with a March report from the International Agency for Research on Cancer that found that glyphosate “probably” contributes to non-Hodgkin lymphoma in humans and classified it as a ‘Group 2A’ carcinogen. The below table shows the standard vaccinations given to United States military personnel.
While many vaccinations are given during basic training, other vaccinations (and/or "booster shots" are given at various times while in the service, and some are given only to certain designated personnel, or for assignment/deployment to various locations around the World.
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Army shots and vaccinations are certainly necessary during basic training, and throughout your career in the Army, due to the close living quarters and other factors. The Army puts a lot of money into you when sending you through basic training, they don’t want you just go out and be sick all the time!
Vaccines remain a small part of the overall drug market, just $9 billion in sales compared to global pharmaceutical sales of $ billion, they make up a fast-growing .