1) Brian Williams: “The helicopter I was riding in got hit with an RPG.”
2) President Obama: “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.”
3) Lance Armstrong: “I never doped.”
4) The CDC: “There’s no evidence linking vaccines to autism.”
5) The NSA: “We aren’t spying on the phone calls or emails of U.S. citizens.”
6) The U.S. Navy: “No sailors were harmed by Fukushima radiation.”
7) The mainstream media: “What Fukushima radiation?” Read the list of 35 lies…
Despite the health benefits that result from implementation of ACIP recommendations, adults continue to be vaccinated at low and variable rates. In contrast, childhood vaccination rates in the United States typically exceed 90 percent. The success of childhood vaccination can be attributed to many factors unique to pediatric vaccination, such as state laws requiring vaccination for school entry and the coordinated public health infrastructure established by the Vaccines for Children Program (VFC), a federally funded program to provide free vaccines to children who are Medicaid eligible,uninsured, underinsured, or American Indian or Alaskan Native.11Another reason for the high rates of vaccination among children is that pediatricians and family physicians, the primary providers of health care and preventive health services for children, have long been committed to making immunization a core part of well-child care. For adults, chronic diseases and screenings for cancer, blood pressure, and cholesterol
have historically been the primary focus of acute medical and preventive health care, respectively.result, vaccinations have been given less emphasis and are underutilized in the adult population. READ HHS DRAFT 52 PAGE STRATEGY
Activist Post commentary by Catherine J Frompovich
Excerpts from the HHS DRAFT on Adult Vaccination Strategies
Increase community demand for adult immunizations.
Objective 3.1: Educate and encourage individuals to be aware of and receive recommended adult immunizations.
Objective 3.2: Educate, encourage, and motivate health care professionals to recommend and/or deliver adult vaccinations.
Objective 3.3: Educate and encourage other groups (e.g., community and faith-based groups, tribal organizations)to promote the importance of adult immunization.
Foster innovation in adult vaccine development and vaccination-related technologies.
Objective 4.1: Develop new vaccines and improve the effectiveness of existing vaccines for adults.
Objective 4.2: Encourage new technologies to improve the distribution, storage, and delivery of adult vaccines
The DesMoines Register’s Editorial Board, in a 4 page opinion section, Sun, 2/15, 2051 recommended that Iowa should end all religious exemption. This will have an impact on MSAE as it pertains to all private schools as well as public.
VLA Comment, Eileen Danneman, editor: The Vaccine Liberation Army website is one of the most informative websites in the nation on the risks of vaccination. Please scroll through including going to the various “rooms”. You can contact me by hitting the contact button on the website. c.
In this hilarious and chillingly honest video, John Oliver reveals the stunning truth about how doctors are bribed to push drugs. It turns out that nine out of the top ten drug makers spend more money on marketing than they do on research. And most of that money is spent not on marketing to consumers, but rather, on marketing to doctors. Watch and share!
Oregon officials announce parents must provide proof that their child is vaccinated to attend school.
VLA Comment: They are trying to spin the measles epidemic so as to blame someone from the Philippines so that the finger isn’t pointed to a vaccinated individual who got the vaccine and is “shedding”.
Their lame excuse (I can’t believe the television audience is stupid enough to believe this kind of propaganda) is that the same virus is also found in the Phillipines.
VLA Comment from the founder: MY OpEd was printed at the same time in the 4 piece OPINION section on Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015. As you know virtually all the propaganda you see about the “outbreaks” never mentions that the “vaccinated” who supposedly has protection got the disease. This 4 page spread feature the DesMoines Register’s Editorial Boards Opinion that law must change to end vaccination exemptions:
The Register’s Editorial: Change vaccine law, end religious exemption and Dannemann’s editorial.DES MOINES REG. OPED SECTION