By Dr. Sherri Tenpenny June 8, 2002 St. Louis, Missouri The CDC held the third of a series of meetings called the “Public Forum on Smallpox” on June 8, 2002 in St. Louis, Missouri. In front of a small group of approximately 60 people, I had the opportunity to deliver a five minute speech ( )and then had the opportunity to ask several very pointed questions directed toward the CDC representatives. This is my report of the meeting. Everyone should be aware that the CDC will review... Read More

Smallpox Vaccination Risks Versus Natural Healing of Smallpox Foreword by Leonard G. Horowitz, D.M.D., M.A., M.P.H. The following article is one of the best I�ve seen on the topic of smallpox which is currently headlining many news sites. Clearly, this effort to frighten people into compliance with harmful, if not lethal, smallpox vaccination needs to be exposed for what it is�a grave hoax and genocidal scam. I say �grave hoax� because there is no rational public health value in �mandating� a vaccine most of which dates back to the... Read More

The MMR-Autism Debate: How Relevant is the Latest Study from Denmark? F. E. Yazbak, M.D., F.A.A.P. Which is true? The study by Meldgaard Madsen et al  (N Engl J Med 2002;347:1477-82) was commissioned to find out whether MMR vaccinations was linked to autism. The study was commissioned to clear the MMR vaccine. Given that the CDC has yet to look into the medical illnesses of children with late-onset autism, it is more than likely that the CDC hierarchy was aware of the anticipated results of the study- to exonerate MMR– before a decision... Read More

Foreword by Leonard G. Horowitz, D.M.D., M.A., M.P.H. The following article by Jon Rappoport is the first I’ve seen reporting the harmful and possibly devastating effects of the Bush administration’s rapidly advancing smallpox vaccination program. These results were previously predicted as expected outcomes by this author and many, many others. I interject this foreword to alert you to the additional support cited below for the thesis raised earlier that the smallpox vaccination program is part of a genocidal agenda facilitated by the Bush... Read More

DISPELLING VACCINATION MYTHS: An introduction to the contradictions between medical science and immunization policy. c by Alan Phillips ( Last Revision: February 1997. See the Informed Parents Vaccination Home Page” on the World Wide Web at URL: *Permission freely granted to copy and redistribute in full for any nonprofit purpose. Persons concerned with for-profit distribution, electronic postings, and other concerns should contact the author at Vaccine Awareness,... Read More

“The Real Truth: Vaccination Inefficacy in the Reduction/Elimination of Infectious Diseases” The fatal tendency of mankind to leave off thinking about a thing which is no longer doubtful is the cause of half their errors — John Stuart Mill In 1949, the DTP vaccine was licensed to prevent diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (whooping cough) issuing forth the modern use of vaccines in the prevention of childhood illnesses. Polio immunization was later introduced to prevent that dread disease. In 1963, the measles vaccine was... Read More

Posted June 9, 2003 Insight Magazine By Kelly Patricia O Meara The mother of an autistic child wonders aloud when health officials will wake up to the epidemic that has claimed not only her son but hundreds of thousands of other children in the United States, with no end in sight. She muses, “Maybe someday this will be as important as SARS and we’ll get the same attention. God knows we need it.” Autism is a severely incapacitating developmental disability for which there is no known... Read More

June 7, 2003 The Honorable Dan Burton Chairman of the House Government Reform Subcommittee on Human Rights and Wellness U.S. House of Representatives 2157 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 By Facsimile Letter to Demand a Congressional Investigation and Hearing on the Introduction of Simian Virus 40 (SV40), a Cancer-Causing Monkey Virus, into the American Population From Contaminated Polio Vaccines Dear Representative Burton: I am writing this letter on June 7, 2003. Exactly seven years ago, on June 7, 1996, my son Alexander was... Read More

By Mark Benjamin Investigations Editor Published 7/20/2003 8:45 AM View printer-friendly version WASHINGTON, July 20 (UPI) — The screaming started four hours after 8-month-old Chaise Irons received a vaccination against rotavirus, recommended in June 1998 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for every infant to prevent serious diarrhea. Within a day he was vomiting and eliminating blood. Doctors performed emergency surgery, saving him by repairing his intestines, which were folding in on one another. A doctor later figured out... Read More

by Alan Phillips When my son began his routine vaccination series at age 2 months, I did not know there were any risks associated with immunizations. But the clinic’s literature contained a contradiction: the chances of a serious adverse reaction to the DPT vaccine were 1 in 1750, while his chances of dying from pertussis each year were 1 in several million. When I pointed this out to the physician, he angrily disagreed, and stormed out of the room mumbling, “I guess I should read that... Read More