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‘Vaccines, Autoimmunity, and the Changing Nature of Childhood illness’ by Thomas Cowan


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One Doctor’s Surprising Answer to the Epidemic of Autoimmunity and Chronic Disease

Thomas Cowan, MD, argues for a direct causal relationship to a corresponding increase in the number of vaccines American children typically receive―approximately 70 vaccine doses by age eighteen. The goal of these vaccines is precisely what we’re now seeing in such abundance among our chronically ill children: the provocation of immune response.

Thomas Cowan’s latest book is one I can’t wait to read. I want to understand all about autoimmunity and how our increasing insane vaccine schedule is implicated.

Cowan begins his book with a description of how when he was growing up he never heard of children with chronic illness or of children who took prescription medicines.

Many of us had horrible diets, yet chronic disease among children was relatively unknown. No one had ever heard of autism, let alone a family member with autism.

I have…

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A HISTORIC MOMENT!!… Volda Lawrence is first woman to become PNCR Chairperson

President David Granger speaks with reporters at the end of the PNCR’s Congress

Kaieteur News – August 20, 2018 – By Kiana Wilburg 

After 61 years of being dominated by male leadership, the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), elected a woman to be its new Chairperson. About 17 minutes after midnight at Congress Place, Sophia, Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence was greeted with screams and thunderous applause by her supporters when it was revealed that she had won.

Announcing the results of the Party’s 20th Biennial Delegates Congress was the Returning Officer, Attorney-at-Law Hughley Griffith. He noted that there being no challenge to position of PNC/R Leader, President David Granger will continue to hold the post for the next two years.      Continue reading

BHS Alumni Association – Roots & Rhythms – Toronto – September 29. 2018

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Cubans flock St Joseph Hospital in Georgetown. Guyana

Cubans flock St Joseph Hospital in Georgetown. Guyana

– to get medical check-ups for immigration visas

IT is a hot August morning. Amelia Canseco sits quietly with a relative at the St. Joseph Mercy Hospital (SJMH), Kingston, Georgetown, outside the Guyana Laboratory Department. The heat does not bother her at all, as her thoughts are focused on one mission — to collect the results of medical tests she had done the day before.

Amelia is in unfamiliar surroundings. She is not from Guyana and this is her first visit to the South American country. The laboratory tests she has undergone at the hospital are a crucial part of the reason for her trip to Guyana.        Continue reading

GUYANA: Coalition received a hellish inheritance from PPP administration … – President Granger

Coalition received a hellish inheritance from PPP administration … billions of tax dollars had to be used for bailout – Pres. Granger

PNCR Leader, President David Granger

Upon assumption to office in 2015 on a promise of ‘the good life’, the coalition government found that financial mismanagement in the public sector was rife and billions of tax dollars went into bailouts.

President David Granger, the leader of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) which is the largest party that comprises the Coalition Government, made the disclosure at the opening of the party’s 20th Delegates Congress on Friday at Congress Place, Sophia.

He reported that the situation which the coalition found on assuming office following 23 years of People’s Progressive Party (PPP) rule was worse than could have been imagined.         Continue reading

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