Big Tech is now banning ALL "unauthorized comments" about vaccines, including vaccine ingredients, side effects, autism, etc. – censorship is about way more than just politics!

(Natural News) It is fast becoming a digital “crime” to even just comment on social media with opinions that the Big Tech “deep state” says are “inaccurate” or “offensive.” Whether it is honest expressions of skepticism about vaccine safety or basic questions about the biological inconsistencies of transgenderism, Big Tech corporations want these and other...
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As the measles virus continues to spread worldwide, Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi announced Monday that Samoa will take the dramatic step of closing its government for two days this week to assist with a public vaccination campaign. Aside from 2019, Samoa has reported almost no cases of measles to the World Health Organization (WHO) in recent years. But vaccine coverage in the small nation is lacking, partially attributable to public concern following two vaccine-related deaths that occurred in 2018 due to faulty formulas, the WHO reports. As of 2018, only 31% of children had received one of...
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Conclusion: The need to improve immunization-related communication among primary HCWs could clearly been detected - both in gradual and in post-gradual training programs. Orv Hetil. 2019; 160(48): 1904-1914. PMID: 31760778 [PubMed - in process]
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Foreword:It is a fact that Donald J. Trump is a criminal, a racist, a malignant narcissist, a pathological liar, delusional, authoritarian, a sadistic psychopath, and an existential threat to democracy and for that matter to human civilization. There is no possibility of intellectually respectable dispute about any of that. Therefore we do not allow any such discussion here just as we do not allow argumentation about the shape of the earth, whether vaccines cause autism, or whether human-caused carbon emissions are causing the climate to change. This space is reality-based. And if you don't believe all that about the Resid...
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Abstract BACKGROUND: Interpreters improve the care of patients with limited English proficiency. They can potentially act as unofficial health educators to help dispel misunderstandings about medical risks in a culturally appropriate manner. Somali parents in Minnesota are less likely to immunize their children for MMR than other parents because they believe the MMR vaccine causes autism. The low MMR vaccination rate contributed to measles outbreaks in the state in 2011 and 2017. OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effects of an educational session on interpreter beliefs and knowledge about childhood vaccines. ...
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Anti-vaxxers keep telling the same obvious lies without shame, despite being debunked and factcheckedYet again a popular show is giving an anti-vaxxer a high-profile platform to spread lies and cause harm to an audience of millions. This time it ’s Bill Maherwho last week hosted Jay Gordon, a controversial doctor who peddles misinformation about vaccines and is best known for providing hundreds of personal belief exemptions for families to forgo school vaccine requirements.The 14-minute interview on Real Time with Bill Maher doubled down on all the dangerous views we ’ve heard before: highlighting discredited w...
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Physicians repeat it over and over: Vaccines like the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine do not cause autism; they are safe and effective. Yet the decades-old false claim that vaccines do cause autism has convinced millions of parents not to give their children potentially lifesaving shots and could lead more to opt out, according to Texas physicians.
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On the November 1, 2019 episode of “Real Time with Bill Maher,” he had a conversation with pediatrician Jay Gordon, MD, known for providing troves of high-profile families with personal belief exemptions and medical exemptions to postpone or forego vaccinations for their children.
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Stephanie Nimmo, 51, from South-West London, is aware that, by speaking out in favour of vaccinations, she will be hit by a furious backlash from the anti-vax community.
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As families face back-to-school medical requirements this month, the country feels the impact of a vaccine resistance movement decades in the making.
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oft Rubella is a systemic virus infection that is usually mild. It can, however, cause severe birth defects known as the congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) when infection occurs early in pregnancy. As many as 8%–13% of children with CRS developed autism during the rubella epidemic of the 1960s compared to the background rate of about 1 new case per 5000 children. Rubella infection and CRS are now rare in the U.S. and in Europe due to widespread vaccination. However, autism rates have risen dramatically in recent decades to about 3% of children today, with many cases appearing after a period of normal developme...
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