health

Why are we so afraid of viruses and bacteria?

  In Sacrificial Virgins: Part 1 – Not for the greater good Professor Peter Duesberg claims that if HPV is found in cervical cancer tumours it is just a fossil of a previous HPV infection. According to the Berkeley University Molecular Biologist there is no causal relationship between the human papilloma virus and cervical cancer. But then we have this entire HPV vaccination program based on the idea that this […]

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Advice about the continued need for Pap smears from Dr Diane Harper, lead investigator for HPV vaccine clinical trials

I recently watched an episode of Vaccines Revealed    where Dr Toni Bark  interviewed Diane Harper who was the lead investigator for HPV vaccine clinical trials.     Harper admits that the rollout of Gardasil and Cervarix were preceded by a fear driven marketing campaign that led to many girls becoming anxious that they be ‘one less’ victim of cervical cancer. In reality we know that this large worldwide cohort of teenagers […]

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Gardasil Syndrome

Lloyd W. Phillips has written Gardasil Syndrome: A perfect Storm of Genetic Mutations & Reactivated Pathogens. He has conducted a seven year analysis of adverse reactions to the Gardasil vaccine which is crucial to our understanding of what is actually happening to the thousands of young girls and now boys who have become so unwell after their HPV vaccination. Phillips who has a background in cellular biology describes Gardasil Syndrome as a […]

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In praise of the Alternative Media

  The December 2017-January 2018 edition of Nexus contains a 7 page extract from my book Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed. My thanks go to Nexus, an alternative news magazine for publishing this important story. The magazine is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary and began publishing in 1987 with its aim being  to present hard-to-get, ignored and suppressed information on the subjects of health, science, the unexplained, world events and history. Our goal […]

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What’s up with Gardasil?

My interest in the issue of Gardasil and cervical cancer began after a routine Pap smear revealed my cervical dysplasia in the 1980s. I remember being afraid that I might go on and develop cancer but fortunately I didn’t. From then on I have followed the cervical cancer story. Along the way I learned that vaccination science was not what I had previously thought or been taught. A great lecture […]

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New DVD shines light on toxic aluminium adjuvants

Injecting Aluminium  a new documentary by French journalist Marie-Ange Poyet, investigates the history of aluminum in vaccines and its potentially devastating effects on the human body. SYNOPSIS: In the early 90s, a mysterious muscular disease with symptoms that included severe muscle and joint pain began to surface among multiple patients in France. A team of doctors in Paris discovered that these patients had developed a new disease called Macrophagic Myofascitis, […]

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Easy to learn breathing technique: A life saver

It was encouraging to read Heart’s Gas Boost  by Lucie van den Berg in the Herald Sun October 16, 2017. Survivors of cardiac arrest are to take part in a ‘world -first’ trial where they will have their blood levels of carbon dioxide increased in an attempt to lessen damage to the brain.  The increased levels of the gas achieved by the use of a ventilator will result in greater […]

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ABC’s Media Watch bullies Northern Rivers newspaper into changing its headline

  The Northern Star has been in the business of bringing news to the people of the Northern Rivers since 1876. It’s about us  page informs that it focuses strongly on readers, with stories told through the eyes, ears and mouths of local people. And that’s what it did when it ran ‘Teen left in wheelchair after Gardasil HPV vaccine ‘reaction’. However the story about teenager Olivia Odey now has a new headline ‘Teen’s […]

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Before HPV there was common sense

The idea that a virus could cause cervical cancer is a relatively new one. In 1977  German virologist Harald zur Hausen claimed that the human papilloma virus – HPV known for causing warts could also cause cervical cancer. From then on all common sense flew out the window. Why and how the focus changed from an understanding of cervical cancer as a disease associated with social and environmental conditions  to a […]

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A comprehensive evaluation of the overall impact of aluminum on human health is overdue

‘A decade since the launch of the vaccine a book questions the claim it prevents cancer,’ wrote Carolyn Moynihan as she began her review of my book Gardasil: Fast-Tracked and Flawed published in August in MercatorNet. Her review was fair with her concluding paragraph: Lobato concludes her book with an appeal to the media to do their job and give the public the fuller story about the HPV vaccine. You […]

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