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Take Action: Ask Your Rep to Sponsor HR 1757 Vaccine Safety Study Act

Safety firstTake Action: Ask your Rep to Sponsor HR 1757   (Read the bill HERE.)

Take Action!

Requires large scale study of vax v. un-vax   
Please click on the Take Action Link above to send a message to your member of the House of Representatives asking him or her to co-sponsor House Resolution H.R.1757, The Vaccine Safety Study Act. This bill directs the National Institutes of Health to conduct a retrospective study of health outcomes, including autism, of vaccinated versus unvaccinated children. The NIH adamantly refuses to do any study that compares health outcomes in these two groups. You have to wonder why.

PoseyThe bill was introduced several days ago by Rep. Bill Posey (R-FL) and is co-sponsored Cm_photoby Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), who has long championed this cause. As a bi-partisan effort, we are optimistic that H.R. 1757 can move the House in a positive direction, if we make a strong effort to support this bill.

Now many of you are probably thinking, “Why would we expect the NIH to do an honest study?” That is an excellent question. But at the very least supporting this bill will help educate the house on the shoddy methods that are standard operating procedures in the vaccine industry.

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William Hewitt

Autism is a national disaster with a $20 TRILLION healthcare cost and rising. The CDC has been corrupted by PHARMA and promotes disease as part of their managed healthcare strategy. STOP ALL VACCINATION NOW UNTIL PHARMA MAKES VACCINES THAT ARE NOT CONTAMINATED WITH ABORTED HUMAN FETAL CELL LINES!


"In short, it is often possible to make clinical trials come out pretty much any way you want, which is why it’s so important that investigators be truly disinterested in the outcome of their work."

"It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine."

Marcia Angell, MD, The New York Review of Books,
January 15, 2009

Maurine Meleck

I've just had a lengthy discussion with my congressman's office and your representative is much more likely to sign on to co-sponsor this bill if he/she is involved in health issues and particularly if on a special committee.That shouldn't stop anyone from trying,but if they cannot help sponsor because it's not their area of expertise, at least we can make them all aware of the bill and its importance.

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