Sunday, February 3, 2019

Dr Judy Mikovits PHD Fired, Jailed and Broke For Proof of Vaccine injuries




Dr Judy Mikovits                          MUST WATCH VIDEOS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBEI48og9mM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCY1LlzLXew


Friday, February 1, 2019

DISGUSTING, FARM RAISED FISH


A must watch video. Bet you'll never eat it again.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgrFXN4d1Jc

Monday, January 28, 2019

MMR ANYONE







According to CDC Pinkbook website:
👉🏻Measles is a virus that was as common as chickenpox or common cold before vaccine was invented. EVERYONE got it. Complications from measles are more common among people who are VITAMIN A deficiency and are as follows:
▪️Diarrhea 8%
▪️Otitis media 7%
▪️Pneumonia 6%
▪️Encephalitis 0.1%
▪️Seizures 0.6-0.7%
▪️Death 0.2%
👉🏻According to WHO - in 2016, there were 89,760 deaths worldwide from measles , occurring in third-world countries where people are severely malnourished with horribly compromised immune systems.
👉🏻According to John Hopkins UNIVERSITY, Medical ERROR is the third leading cause of death in the US ALONE - killing between 250,000-440,000 people every year in the states.
Let’s recap that -
▪️ 89,000 Measles deaths WORLDWIDE where people are starving and have no immune system
▪️ At least 250,000 deaths every year in the US ALONE by medical error
👉🏻Now, according to the ProQuad MMR Vaccine insert, the following adverse events were reported following vaccination:
▪️Infections and infestations
Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis, encephalitis, aseptic meningitis, meningitis, measles, atypical measles, pneumonia, respiratory infection, infection, varicella (vaccine strain), influenza, herpes zoster, orchitis, epididymitis, cellulitis, skin infection, retinitis, bronchitis, parotitis, sinusitis, impetigo, herpes simplex, candidiasis, rhinitis.
▪️Blood and the lymphatic system disorders
Aplastic anemia, thrombocytopenia, regional lymphadenopathy, lymphadenitis.
Immune system disorders
Anaphylaxis and related phenomena such as angioneurotic edema, facial edema, and peripheral edema, anaphylactoid reaction.
▪️Psychiatric disorders
Agitation, apathy, nervousness.
▪️Nervous system disorders
Measles inclusion body encephalitis,
acute disseminated
encephalomyelitis, transverse myelitis, cerebrovascular accident, encephalopathy, Guillain-Barré syndrome, optic neuritis, Bell’s palsy, polyneuropathy, ataxia, hypersomnia, afebrile convulsions or seizures, febrile seizure, headache, syncope, dizziness, tremor, paraesthesia.
▪️Eye disorders
Necrotizing retinitis (in immunocompromised individuals), retrobulbar neuritis, ocular palsies, edema of the eyelid, irritation eye.
▪️Ear and labyrinth disorders
Nerve deafness, ear pain.
▪️Vascular disorders
Extravasation blood.
▪️Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders
Pneumonitis, pulmonary congestion, wheezing, bronchial spasm,
epistaxis, sore throat.
▪️Gastrointestinal disorders
Hematochezia, abdominal pain, mouth ulcer.
▪️Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders
Stevens-Johnson syndrome, Henoch-Schönlein purpura, erythema multiforme, acute hemorrhagic edema of infancy, purpura, skin induration, panniculitis, pruritus.
▪️Musculoskeletal, connective tissue and bone disorders
Arthritis and/or arthralgia (usually transient and rarely chronic, see below); pain of the hip, leg, or neck; myalgia; musculoskeletal pain.
▪️General disorders and administration site conditions
Injection-site complaints (burning and/or stinging of short duration, edema/swelling, hive-like rash, discoloration, hematoma, induration, lump, vesicles, wheal and flare), varicella-like rash, warm to touch, stiffness, warm sensation, inflammation, injection-site hemorrhage, injection-site injury.
👉🏻Deaths have been reported following vaccination with measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines
👀👀👀😳😳😳😳😳
😂😂😂😂
💀
You have GOT to be freaking kidding me ✋🏻
I’ll take my chances with the measly measles 👍🏻

Saturday, January 12, 2019

BARTONELLA = No. 1 on the KILL list.

 






I get so frustrated with individuals and various group leaders posting complete nonsense, along with their lack of simply "UNDERSTANDING LYME". OSPA and Lyme is a reality. OSPA and Bartonella is reality. Two peas in a pod using the same fungal antigen OSPA. I'm quite convinced you can't have one without the other. BARTONELLA and CANCER is a reality. Just do a simple search "Bartonella and cancer pubmed." We know that Dr. Klinghardt just established that a person with the polymicrobial infection known as Lyme Disease is also carrying some form of Bartonella, maybe more than one. http://www.chronicwellnesssummits.com/klinghardt-develops-more-accurate-lyme-disease-test/ If you watch the video @ 7:41 he says out of 120 patients tested they All had some form of Borrelia, some form of Bartonella and some form of Babesia. So for practical purposes if you have "Lyme" you have Bartonella regardless of what your doctors testing says. We also know that Bartonella is a transgenic bacteria that can alter your DNA and when it does this it changes multiple growth factors, shuts down Apoptosis and initiates Infectious Angiogenesis. The result is free cell proliferation of mutated cells resulting in tumors. http://www.pnas.org/content/108/35/14643.abstract “Conjugative DNA transfer into human cells by the VirB/VirD4 type IV secretion system of the bacterial pathogen Bartonella henselae” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=bartonella+fgf [Infection and angiomatous cutaneous lesions] “these are associated with multifocal tumorous proliferations (of endothelial and fusiform cells) affected by angiogenic growth factors (PDGF, FGF, IL6, alpha TGF, HIV tat, androgens” http://scholarworks.gsu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1068&context=biology_diss "Bartonella Henselae Inhibits Cellular Apoptotic Regulators to Ensure Survival" Apoptosis is an immune system function designed to kill abnormal mutated cells. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14507641 "Infectious angiogenesis: Bartonella bacilliformis infection results in endothelial production of angiopoietin-2 and epidermal production of vascular endothelial growth factor.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25857345 “Reprogramming of myeloid angiogenic cells by Bartonella henselae leads to microenvironmental regulation of pathological angiogenesis.” “Our results demonstrate that manipulation of myeloid cells by pathogenic bacteria can contribute to microenvironmental regulation of pathological tissue growth and suggest parallels underlying both bacterial infections and cancer.” You don’t really need to take a giant leap of understanding to see what is taking place and that is why the NB protocol was designed to treat this cancer condition. Cancer- *The disease caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of the body. * Malignant growth or tumor resulting from the division of abnormal cells. Lyme disease is an infectious version of Cancer. So please GROUP LEADERS at least lets try and understand the disease before you offer any advice on the matter. People are extremely taxed in every way by the effects of Bartonella and the immune suppression of the OSPA etc, the fungal antigens, that allow any number of latent viruses to proliferate.

Friday, January 11, 2019

Merk and Measles

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. 2012 Apr; 17(4): e32–e33.
PMCID: PMC3381670
PMID: 23543773
Language: English | French

Differentiating the wild from the attenuated during a measles outbreak

Lindsay Nestibo, BN RN,1 Bonita E Lee, MD FRCPC MSC (Epi),2 Kevin Fonseca, PhD D(ABMM),3 Jennifer Beirnes,4 Marcia M Johnson, MD MHSc FRCPC,5 andChristopher A Sikora, MD MSc MPH CCFP FRCPC6
In the spring of 2010, several imported cases of measles were reported within the province of Alberta (population of 3.5 million in 2009). Most cases of measles in Alberta, like the rest of Canada and the Americas, are linked to an imported illness or exposure during travel. Given the infrequent occurrence of measles in Alberta, and the high potential for transmission, an advisory was issued notifying all physicians to be on high alert for patients exhibiting symptoms consistent with measles infection. We describe a case of rash illness in a patient whose nasopharyngeal (NP) swab and urine sample tested positive for the measles virus using a nucleic acid amplification test following mumps-measles-rubella (MMR) immunization. The present case illustrates the difficulty in clinically differentiating various causes of childhood exanthemas, and serves as a reminder of the expected effects associated with the administration of the MMR vaccine. It also reinforces the expected limitations that should be placed on laboratory testing for measles.

CASE PRESENTATION

In the spring of 2010, there was heightened awareness of measles infection in the physician community as a result of a public health notification related to several imported measles cases in Alberta. During this period, a 15-month-old child presented to his paediatrician’s office with irritability, a fever (38.8°C), a cough and conjunctivitis. The child had a five-day history of illness that began with an elevated temperature and a raised, sandpaper-like rash that originated at the occiput, and eventually spread to and covered the torso. There was mild cervical lymphadenopathy, and no rhinitis or Koplik spots. The child was not immunocompromised and had no significant medical history. Just 12 days before presentation to his paediatrician, the child was immunized with the M-M-R II vaccine (Merck Canada Inc). A thorough investigation by the Division of Population and Public Health, Alberta Health Services, revealed no significant travel history and no contact with any known measles patients in the preceding four weeks. All other members of the household were healthy and previously immunized with an MMR vaccine.
Clinical specimens were collected and submitted for laboratory testing, which included a throat swab for Streptococcus pyogenes (group A streptococcus), a serum sample for measles immunoglobulin (Ig) M and IgG antibodies (Enzygnost Anti-Measles Virus IgM and IgG ELIZA, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Germany), a urine sample and an NP swab for a measles reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test at the Provincial Laboratory for Public Health (ProvLab) in Alberta (). The child’s serum tested positive for both measles IgM and IgG antibodies. Both the urine sample and the NP swab tested positive for measles by RT-PCR at ProvLab, and the samples were referred to the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, Manitoba, for genotyping (). At the community laboratory, the throat swab tested positive for group A streptococcus, and because the clinical presentation was consistent with scarlet fever, amoxicillin was prescribed. Two weeks after the resolution of symptoms, the National Microbiology Laboratory reported the measles virus in both samples as being genotype A – 100% identical to Genbank entry #FJ2111583 (the Edmonston-Enders vaccine strain).

DISCUSSION

The MMR vaccine contains live attenuated measles virus. It is estimated that administration of this vaccine is associated with moderate (39.4°C) fever in as many as 5% of recipients, and a rash in approximately 2% of those receiving immunization (). These events typically occur approximately five to 12 days following immunization and often resolve without medical intervention. These systemic effects are likely caused by replication of the attenuated strains and host immune reaction. It has been shown that following the immunization of healthy children, the measles virus can be detected in urine as early as one day and as late as 14 days (). Similarly, during acute infection by wild-type measles, the virus could be detected by RT-PCR for up to 14 days in >50% of healthy children () and up to one month in >90% of HIV-infected children (). With the high sensitivity of an RT-PCR assay for measles virus and the lower detection limit at approximately 10 to 100 copies per reaction (), recently immunized patients could test positive for an attenuated vaccine strain for two weeks or longer. In addition to shedding the vaccine strain for a prolonged period of time, administration of the vaccine to an individual with HIV infection and, in particular, those with AIDS, can rarely result in disseminated illness (). In the original study by Katz et al (), the measles virus could not be cultured from throat swabs or blood samples in the postimmunization period in a cohort of 31 children. While the attenuated virus can be detected in clinical specimens following immunization, it is understood that administration of the MMR vaccine to immunocompetent individuals does not carry the risk of secondary transmission to susceptible hosts (). There is a case report suggesting the transmission of vaccine strain between immunocompetent siblings, but the conclusion was based only on clinical presentation, with no laboratory confirmation of infection (,).
In jurisdictions where measles is uncommon, a measles-like rash may be mistaken for other viral agents such as adenovirus, enterovirus or parvovirus B19 (). The successful genotyping and identification of the measles virus as a vaccine strain in the present child serves to remind clinicians of potential signs and symptoms following the administration of live attenuated viral vaccines (). In the immediate postimmunization time period, testing patients for the specific viral agents in the attenuated vaccine by molecular assays needs to be accompanied by characterization of the detected virus because it is expected that the serological tests will be positive and not indicative of acute wild-type infection (). In true wild-type measles infection, measles IgM may be negative during the first few days of the rash and in susceptible individuals with waning immunity – an observation also reported in mumps cases (,). Testing for measles should only be considered in specific circumstances for which there is a possible exposure history to wild-type virus. This could include travel to an endemic area and/or exposure to a confirmed case of disease. An exposure history may be complicated by international travel and undetected exposures in airport terminals (). The detection and characterization of the measles virus is important for Public Health purposes and in environments where such clinical illness is rare but wild-type virus is circulating (,). For suspected measles cases, laboratory tests should include measles IgM and IgG serology, as well as an NP swab and a urine sample for the detection of the measles virus. This testing should only be considered if exposure to the wild-type (not vaccine-strain) virus is strongly suspected.

Acknowledgments

The authors acknowledge Ms Joy Jaipaul, Dr Alberto Severini and Dr Graham Tipples for their invaluable assistance in the investigation of the measles cluster in Alberta and the preparation of this manuscript.

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