Archives for April 2011

SaneVax Inc. Protests FDA Approval of Roche’s cobas HPV Genotyping Test


The Wall Street Journal
Digital Network
Business Wire

press release

April 29, 2011, 5:07 p.m. EDT

TROY, Mont., Apr 29, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) — In an April 22, 2011 letter to FDA Commissioner; Dr. Margaret Hamburg, Norma Erickson on behalf of the SaneVax Inc. Board of Directors, criticized the FDA for not following its own guidelines and recommendations in approving Roche’s cobas HPV Test for cervical cancer screening and for HPV-16 and HPV-18 genotyping.

This Devastating Mistake Can Wreck Your Immune System…
Posted By Dr. Mercola | April 29 2011 |

Vaccines can contain live or killed lab altered microorganisms, and also carcinogens, heavy metals, and mutated proteins. Recent news can give you an indication of the unsuspected results that can occur when you inject such a cocktail into your body.

Canada Approves Gardasil For Use In Most Women


By Ed Silverman // April 28th, 2011 // 11:32 am

Less than a month after the FDA refused to approve the Gardasil vaccine for preventing HPV in women ages 27 to 45, Health Canada has gone in the other direction and issued an endorsement. Although Canada is a smaller market than the US, the approval is a notable step for Merck, which has been counting on a larger demographic target to boost sorely needed vaccine revenue.

Gardasil Vaccine: Not Without The Risks

News West 9
West Texas

By Camaron Abundes
NewsWest 9

HOBBS- Samantha Hobbs, 15, still doesn’t know exactly what is going on inside her body. After three rounds of the vaccine Gardasil she says she developed strange symptoms including nausea, fatigue, vomiting, and severe abdominal pain.

Gardasil debate renewed -Critics doubt benefits for women up to age 45

The Gazette
Montreal, CA

By AARON DERFEL, Gazette Health Reporter April 27, 2011

MONTREAL – Health Canada’s decision to approve the Gardasil vaccine for women up to the age of 45 has renewed the debate about the purported benefits of the shots and whether they might even be necessary.

Vaccinomics may greatly reduce vaccine injuries

Doctors at Mayo Clinic have developed a new field of research called vaccinomics.

By Caryn Talty
April 2011

They hope to utilize gene testing to find out which patients are most at risk of getting a particular disease and who will benefit from the vaccine. This topic is one of several that will be discussed at the Ninth Annual World Vaccine Congress that will be held April 20-23 in Washington D.C.

More U.S. women using “morning-after” pill: study


By Amy Norton

NEW YORK | Wed Apr 27, 2011 4:35pm EDT

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – More U.S. women seem to be using the “morning-after” pill now that the emergency contraceptive is available over-the-counter, a new study finds.

Quirks of ovulation

The Star Online


April 17, 2011

Ovulation oddities

The female body really is a strange and interesting thing. Did you know that when you ovulate, you become smarter?

This is a claim made by researchers from the University of Salzburg, Austria, who say that some parts of women’s brains increase in size when women are at their most fertile, although the effect only lasts as long as ovulation lasts.

‘Blinded by Science’ explores the power of vibrational energy and water in healing and wellness

Natural News

Tuesday, April 05, 2011 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

The narrow and mechanistic way in which modern science tends to investigate and explain life, the world, and human health has robbed generations of people of a true knowledge of how these things actually work. In an up-and-coming new book Blinded by Science, author Matthew Silverstone explores how vibrational energy, water, magnetism, and plants all play a crucial role in health, and how the Western scientific method as we know it has utterly failed to grasp the critical connection between the natural world and real health.

Madness, Menstruation and Manure

Blinded by Science
Chapter 3 – Introduction to The Sun and The Moon
“Whoever desires properly to investigate the art of medicine must first take into consideration the seasons of the year, and how each is capable of operating, for they not only do not resemble each other but differ widely the one from the other in the changes they bring about”.
Hippocrates, Greek physician 400 B.C.