August 21, 2017 The Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge (IPAK) recently released a technical report, “The Case for Vaccine Safety Screening,” which offers detailed analyses of existing research on vaccine safety as well as scientific, ethical, social and policy implications of the existing vaccination program in the US. The report can be purchased and downloaded at http://ipaknowledge.org/NDRR-IPAK-Tech-Report-20171.php. The Executive Summary begins with an acknowledgement of vaccine injury and proposes a safety screening program: “General and specific risk exists for serious and moderate adverse events, and yet information exists that…
Dr. Janet Levatin gives an introduction to homeopathy and its importance in keeping our children healthy. This gentle yet deep-acting modality assists the body in healing and balancing itself and often allows us to avoid the use pharaceuticals that might otherwise be prescribed. This versatile therapy can be used for both chronic conditions and many acute illnesses, including coughs, viral illnesses, vomiting, diarrhea, minor injuries, and more.
Video of Tony DiBiase, Tina Wise, and Michelle Cotterman providing testimony in opposition to the proposed budget amendment from the Ohio Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics: Kristine Severyn’s testimony about rampant conflict of interest in the development and promotion of vaccines:
Ohio Department of Education Meeting March 14, 2017 Jennifer Daniels’ Testimony (PDF | Video) Michelle Cotterman’s Testimony (PDF | Video) Maura Urch’s Testimony (PDF) Donna Kazee’s Testimony (PDF | Video) Stephanie Stock’s Testimony (PDF | Video) Megan Kendall’s Testimony (Video)