UPDATE: Neil Fachon Cancer Patient Facing Death

20-year-old Neil Fachon of Road Island

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The FDA approved Eugene “Neil” Fachon’s last hope to live, and now they have halted the very clinical trial they had approved.

Fachon is facing a death sentence. The 20-year-old from East Greenwich has an incurable form of pediatric cancer — Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG).

Each year there are approximately 300 to 350 new cases of DIPG diagnosed in the U.S. — usually in children under ten. There is a zero survival rate for those diagnosed with DIPG, according to experts at the Weill Cornell Brain and Spine Center, who spoke with GoLocal on Friday.

Fachon was diagnosed on March 4 of this year at Mass General Hospital and was told that he had approximately three months to live, according to Dean Fachon, the father of Neil.

FDA Give and Take

Once the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave its blessing for a critical clinical trial and after undergoing required CT-PET, MRI and blood tests, a venous catheter was embedded in Neil’s neck near his collarbone. The catheter is used to administer the medication, which happens 6 times a day, every day, for as long as two years.

Then, after ten days of treatment in April, the FDA canceled the approval for the trial. The FDA said their “concerns stem from its re-classification as ‘ingredients’ of some of the raw materials the Burzynski Research Institute uses to synthesize antineoplastons,” according to Neil’s father.

“All we are asking for is the FDA to allow what they have already approved to go forward — it is literally our son’s last best hope,” said Neil’s father.

On Friday morning, Neil’s parents held a much delayed conference call with a review panel of five physicians that included Dr. Patricia Keegan of the FDA’s Division of Oncology Products — all to no avail. The panel refused to allow the trial to move forward.

For the Fachons, who been living in an extended stay hospital in Houston now for five weeks, the family is isolated, frustrated, and running out of hope. Family and friends in Rhode Island takecare of their home and keep a steady vigil.

Trying Every Option

The Fachon family is trying everything for their son.

“It is our sincerest hope that the people within the FDA will reconsider and reverse the decision to suspend the clinical trial Neil had been participating in. Neil is out of options, conventional treatments are ineffective and time is of the essence,” said Kathleen Hagerty, the family’s attorney. “We are prepared to petition the court if need be but would much prefer to come to a resolution with the agency that would permit Neil to resume and sustain his treatment, without which there is every reason to believe Neil will succumb to this cancer, possibly within weeks per his original diagnosis.”

United States Senator Jack Reed too has joined the effort. “We have reached out to the highest level at the FDA and have been in contact with the White House,” said Chip Unruh with Reed’s office on Friday night.

Controversial Physician is Fachon’s Last Hope

In April, Fachon was selected for an approved clinical trial by a Houston-based physician, Stanislaw Burzynski, who is the founder of the Burzynski Research Institute. Burzynski is highly controversial and now under review from the Texas Medical Board.

According to the federal government, the clinical trial, titled “A Study of Atengenal and Astugenal in Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG),” which was first green-lighted in April of this year and is termed “experimental” is now marked on the website as “this study is ongoing, but not recruiting participants.”

A Newsweek article published in February of this year outlined the yin and yang of Burzynski and his controversial approaches.

“As a young doctor in the 1970s, Burzynski began treating patients with antineoplastons, a collection of peptides, amino acids and amino acid derivatives he originally isolated from blood and urine. Since then, by his reckoning, he’s used the drugs to treat over 2,300 cancer patients—though he isn’t trained as an oncologist.” The article goes on to recite his successes and the doctor’s harshest critics.

According to Burzynski’s bio, he has treated more than 8,000 patients, 2,300 for cancer, has authored more than 300 journal articles, and registered 244 patents across the world.

In a statement from the FDA on Friday night, Angela Stark said, “Regarding the FDA’s discussion with the family, the agency is continuing to work with the family to help find safe, alternate treatment options.”

Regardless of the success rate of Burzynski, the Fachon family is hoping beyond all hope that the once-approved trial can move forward.

More:

http://www.law360.com/articles/797540/fda-rebuked-for-blocking-cancer-patient-s-treatment

http://www.golocalprov.com/news/FDA-Closes-Last-Option-for-20-Year-Old-RI-Cancer-Patient-Facing-Death


If you would like to help Neil Fachon (story above), you can contact Congressman Jason Chaffetz, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee at whistleblower@mail.house.gov or call 202-225-7751 or House Switchboard…ask for House Oversight..202-224-312 and if you prefer to write a letter…Congressman J. Chaffetz, 2236 Rayburn House O. B., Washington DC, 20515 There is a need to find out why the FDA is canceling treatment on a deadly brain tumor patient. Please investigate the actions of FDA Commissioner Keegan.


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Scientists Gave Depressed Patients Psilocybin

Scientists Gave Depressed Patients Psilocybin in a First for Psychedelic Therapy

A “magic” mushroom. Patients were actually given the psilocybin in the form of capsules. Image: Martin Malec/Flickr

In a recent UK trial, 12 patients with major depression took a pill quite different to commonly prescribed antidepressants: 25mg of psilocybin, the psychedelic compound found in magic mushrooms.

Though it’s early days (the study is the first of its kind), the results of the trial are promising.

In a feasibility study published today in The Lancet Psychiatry, the researchers reported that the drug was well-tolerated by the patient group. What’s more, the results have given researchers cause for optimism about the drug’s efficacy.

“The main takeaway is that the effects are well-tolerated in this population, and not just that—the antidepressant potential of the treatment seems to be pretty considerable,” Robin Carhart-Harris, a psychopharmacologist at Imperial College in London and the lead author on the study, told me in a phone call.

All 12 of the patients reported a reduction in the severity of their depression for one week after the psilocybin experience, and for most this was true after three months. At week one, eight patients met standard criteria for remission, with five remaining in remission at three months.

“It’s hard not to get excited about the results,” said Carhart-Harris. “I keep issuing these cautionary notes about the study, encouraging people not to get carried away, and in a way that’s a note to myself as well not to get carried away, because on another level the results are pretty exciting and they kind of endorse what we’re doing and what we’ve been working on for so long.”

The trial

The trial took place in 2015, but preparations started well before then. When dealing with regulated substances such as psilocybin, it’s notoriously difficult to get approval and funding for research, and even just to get hold of the drug to the required quality (it has to be produced and prepared to exacting standards). This study was funded by the Medical Research Council with support from the Beckley Foundation.

The participants, six men and six women between the ages of 30 and 64, were carefully screened for suitability. All had major depression classed as either moderate or severe and had previously tried at least two other treatments—such as conventional antidepressants like SSRIs—and not responded.

Participants were given a safety dose of 10mg seven days before receiving the treatment of 25mg. Carhart-Harris explained that this dose was decided on in correspondence with Johns Hopkins University, which has done a lot of work in this area.

The patients were given the drug in a treatment room designed to be calming.

They relaxed on a bed with a psychiatrist on either side, and carefully-selected music playing throughout the six to seven hour trip. The psychiatrists “checked in” with the patients at regular intervals, but participants were largely left to experience their own “inner journey.” The researchers also measured physiological effects such as heart rate and blood pressure. The patients completed assessments at various points after the experience to track their response.

When I asked Carhart-Harris how it went, the first thing he said was that it was really hard work.

“It was a grueling 10 to 12 months,” he said. “It was a demanding schedule; you’re dealing with a lot of souls. And I mean it when I say it that way, because you’re not just dealing with people on a superficial level; you’re really dealing with them on the deepest possible level. They’re bearing their souls to us, and then we’re introducing a drug which puts them in a very vulnerable state where even more of their soul is revealed.

“That’s quite a heavy burden to carry,” he added. “I don’t think it’s too much to compare it to the ring in Lord of the Rings; it’s something that has an incredible power that’s recognized. This isn’t to imbue any magic into the psilocybin, but in terms of the effect, psychedelics have this immense power; they can change people, and so there was an immense burden of responsibility to do this properly.”

He said the experience was emotionally challenging, especially given patients were suffering to begin with.

Read more: How to Pick Music for People on LSD, From a Scientist Whose Job That Is

In the end, Carhart-Harris said feedback from participants was mixed. “But sometimes emphatic gratitude—I’ve got quite a few new presents on my windowsill in the office at work.”

Moving forward, he said that one area the team would focus on was the aftercare for patients following the experience. The researchers have been continuing work beyond the participants described in this study and have now worked with a total of 20 patients. They have now been following up with participants for six months, and hope to publish further findings later this year.

The effects of psychedelics

Psilocybin is of therapeutic interest in the context of depression because it affects serotonin receptors in the brain. In their paper, the researchers explain that it “has a novel pharmacology in the context of currently available antidepressant medications” because it directly affects a specific serotonin receptor (5-HT2A) which SSRIs do not. LSD also affects this receptor.

Carhart-Harris, who has recently published work on LSD in human subjects, said that psilocybin was used in this study instead of another psychedelic for a few practical reasons. The trip lasts around five to six hours—shorter than LSD—which fits well into a work day. It’s also quite easily metabolised and is not as toxic as some other similar drugs. He also thinks it is more appealing both to participants and to those approving research than something like LSD, which perhaps has a more provocative reputation. The fact that psilocybin is naturally occurring, and has been used as a medicine since ancient times, may add to this appeal. More recently, a 2011 US study found that psilocybin can help with end-of-life anxiety.

“I don’t think it’s got any edge in terms of its classic psychedelic effects, but in my view it’s no less a psychedelic than LSD or DMT, ayahuasca—it’s very much a classic psychedelic,” he said.

Using psychedelics as a treatment is particularly compelling, because the current model researchers are pursuing is to give patients the drug (in carefully orchestrated circumstances) just once, or on a few occasions.

The idea is to induce a profound psychological experience, sometimes referred to as a “peak” experience that Carhart-Harris described as a “rebooting of perspective.”

In that way, the experience is more important than the drug itself. “But the experience doesn’t happen without the drug,” he said. “Certainly something’s happening on a chemical level.”

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Ocean life is dying in mass, and no one knows why ?

Are the mysterious mass die-offs in the Pacific ocean going stop, or are all the sea creatures just going to eventually go extinct? 

In the past 70 years researchers have found that there have been 727 mass die-offs of nearly 2,500 different animal species, and that they are increasing among birds, fish and marine invertebrates. The ocean is dying, by all accounts – and if so, the food supply will die along with it. The causes are numerous, and overlapping. However there has been a clear and noticeable increase in the amount of dead creatures showing up on the west coast of North America since the Fukushima disaster in March of 2011. Since then massive numbers of Pacific wildlife populations have been dying off, and in typical western establishment fashion the so called authorities have no agreed explanation for why. Such mass mortality events occur when a large percentage of a population dies in a short time frame. While the die-offs are rare and fall short of extinction, they can pack a devastating punch, potentially killing more than 90 percent of a population in one shot. However there has been no quantitative analysis of the patterns of mass mortality events among animals relating to Fukushima radiation and the main-stream media, and Government agencies seem to be ignoring the problem.

There is currently something going wrong along the American Pacific coast. Almost every day, an catastrophic animal die-off is being reported… But nobody knows why.

Here is an abbreviated list of creatures who have experienced mass die-off events since 2011-

1) Sea Stars  2) Bluefin tuna  3) Sardine, Anchovy, Herring
4) Sea Lions  5) marine birds  6) red King Crab  7) Pelicans
8) Pacific Oysters  9) Sockeye Salmon 1 0) Herring  11) plankton
12) Anchovies (again) 13) Whales  14) Tuna and Albacore 
15) Most recently Tuna Crabs. 

Natural causes in the environment are partly to blame; so too are the corporations of man; the effects of Fukushima, unleashing untold levels of radiation into the ocean and onto Pacific shores; the cumulative effect of modern chemicals and agricultural waste tainting the water and disrupting reproduction. Dead dolphins in Panama

A startling new report says in no uncertain terms that the Pacific Ocean off the California coast is turning into a desert. Once full of life, it is now becoming barren, and marine mammals, seabirds and fish are starving as a result. According to Ocean Health:

The waters of the Pacific off the coast of California are a clear, shimmering blue today, so transparent it’s possible to see the sandy bottom below […] clear water is a sign that the ocean is turning into a desert, and the chain reaction that causes that bitter clarity is perhaps most obvious on the beaches of the Golden State, where thousands of emaciated sea lion pups are stranded.

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Over the last three years, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has noticed a growing number of strandings on the beaches of California and up into the Pacific north-west. In 2013, 1,171 sea lions were stranded, and 2,700 have already stranded in 2015 – a sign that something is seriously wrong, as pups don’t normally wind up on their own until later in the spring and early summer.

“[An unusually large number of sea lions stranding in 2013 was a red flag] there was a food availability problem even before the ocean got warm.”Johnson: This has never happened before… It’s incredible. It’s so unusual, and there’s no really good explanation for it. There’s also a good chance that the problem will continue, said a NOAA research scientist in climatology, Nate Mantua.

Experts blame a lack of food due to unusually warm ocean waters. NOAA declared an El Nino, the weather pattern that warms the Pacific, a few weeks ago. The water is three and a half to six degrees warmer than the average, according to Mantua, because of a lack of north wind on the West Coast. Ordinarily, the north wind drives the current, creating upwelling that brings forth the nutrients that feed the sardines, anchovies and other fish that adult sea lions feed on.Dead turtles in Guerrero

Fox News added:

The warm water is likely pushing prime sea lion foods — market squid, sardines and anchovies — further north, forcing the mothers to abandon their pups for up to eight days at a time in search of sustenance.

The pups, scientists believe, are weaning themselves early out of desperation and setting out on their own despite being underweight and ill-prepared to hunt.

[…]

“These animals are coming in really desperate. They’re at the end of life. They’re in a crisis … and not all animals are going to make it,” said Keith A. Matassa, executive director at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center, which is currently rehabilitating 115 sea lion pups.

The same is true of seabirds on the Washington State coast:

In the storm debris littering a Washington State shoreline, Bonnie Wood saw something grisly: the mangled bodies of dozens of scraggly young seabirds. Walking half a mile along the beach at Twin Harbors State Park on Wednesday, Wood spotted more than 130 carcasses of juvenile Cassin’s auklets—the blue-footed, palm-size victims of what is becoming one of the largest mass die-offs of seabirds ever recorded. “It was so distressing,” recalled Wood, a volunteer who patrols Pacific Northwest beaches looking for dead or stranded birds. “They were just everywhere. Every ten yards we’d find another ten bodies of these sweet little things.”

“This is just massive, massive, unprecedented,” said Julia Parrish, a University of Washington seabird ecologist who oversees the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST), a program that has tracked West Coast seabird deaths for almost 20 years. “We may be talking about 50,000 to 100,000 deaths. So far.” (source)

100,000 doesn’t necessarily sound large, statistically speaking, but precedent in the history of recorded animDead birds in alaskaal deaths suggests that it is, in fact massive. Even National Geographic is noting that these die off events are “unprecedented.” Warmer water is indicated for
much of the starvation faced by many of the dead animals.

Last year, scientists sounded the alarm over the death of millions of star fish, blamed on warmer waters and ‘mystery virus’:

Starfish are dying by the millions up and down the West Coast, leading scientists to warn of the possibility of localized extinction of some species. As the disease spreads, researchers may be zeroing in on a link between warming waters and the rising starfish body count. (source)[…]

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The epidemic, which threatens to reshape the coastal food web and change the makeup of tide pools for years to come, appears to be driven by a previously unidentified virus, a team of more than a dozen researchers from Cornell University, UC Santa Cruz, the Monterey Bay Aquarium and other institutions reported Monday. (source)

Changing temperatures in the Pacific Ocean, driven by the natural cycle of gyres over decades, shifts wildlife populations, decimating the populations of species throughout the food chain, proving how fragile the balance of life in the ocean really is.

Recently, the collapse of the sardine population has created a crisis for fisheries and marine wildlife alike on the West Coast:

Commercial fishing for sardines off of Canada’s West Coast is worth an estimated $32 million – but now they are suddenly gone. Back in October, fisherman reported that they came back empty-handed without a single fish after 12 hours of trolling and some $1000 spent on fuel.

Sandy Mazza, for the Daily Breeze, reported a similar phenomenon in central California: “[T]he fickle sardines have been so abundant for so many years – sometimes holding court as the most plentiful fish in coastal waters – that it was a shock when he couldn’t find one of the shiny silver-blue coastal fish all summer, even though this isn’t the first time they’ve vanished.” [emphasis added]

[…]
“Is it El Nino? Pacific Decadal Oscillation? [La] Nina? Long-term climate change? More marine mammals eating sardines? Did they all go to Mexico or farther offshore? We don’t know. We’re pretty sure the overall population has declined. We manage them pretty conservatively because we don’t want to end up with another Cannery Row so, as the population declines, we curb fishing.” said National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) official Kerry Griffin. (source)

According to a report in the Daily Mail, the worst events have wiped out 90% of animal populations, falling short of extinction, but creating a rupture in food chains and ecosystems.

And environmental factors are known to be a factor, with pollution from chemicals dumped by factories clearly tied to at least 20% of the mass die off events of wildlife populations that have been investigated, and many die offs implicated by a number of overlapping factors. TheDaily Mail reported:

Mass die-offs of certain animals has increased in frequency every year for seven decades, according to a new study.

Researchers found that such events, which can kill more than 90 per cent of a population, are increasing among birds, fish and marine invertebrates.

The reasons for the die-offs are diverse, with effects tied to humans such as environmental contamination accounting for about a fifth of them.

Farm runoff from Big Agra introduces high levels of fertilizers and pesticides which createoxygen-starved dead zones which fish and aquatic live is killed off. Also preset in agriculture waste are gender bending chemicals like those found in Atrazine, used in staple crop production, and antibiotics and hormones, used in livestock production, which creates hazardous runoff for fish populations:

Livestock excrete natural hormones – estrogens and testosterones – as well as synthetic ones used to bolster their growth. Depending on concentrations and fish sensitivity, these hormones and hormone mimics might impair wild fish reproduction or skew their sex ratios. (source)

Pharmaceutical contaminants are also to blame for changing the sex of fish and disrupting population numbers, while a study found that the chemicals in Prozac changed the behavior of marine life, and made shrimp many times more likely to “commit suicide” and swim towards the light where they became easy prey.

Fish farms also introduce a large volume of antibiotic and chemical pollution into oceans and waterways:

The close quarters where farmed fish are raised (combined with their unnatural diets) means disease occurs often and can spread quickly. On fish farms, which are basically “CAFOs of the sea,” antibiotics are dispersed into the water, and sometimes injected directly into the fish.

Unfortunately, farmed fish are often raised in pens in the ocean, which means not only that pathogens can spread like wildfire and contaminate any wild fish swimming past – but the antibiotics can also spread to wild fish (via aquaculture and wastewater runoff) – and that’s exactly what recent research revealed. (source)

Mass die offs of fish on the Brazilian coastline have linked to pollution from the dumping of raw sewage and garbage.

last year it was reported that a massive die off of bottlenose dolphins in the Gulf of Mexico was connected by researchers to BP’s Deep Water Horizon oil spill. Evidence was found in a third of the cases of lesions in the adrenal gland, an otherwise rare condition linked with petroleum exposure. More than a fifth of the dolphins also suffered bacterial pneumonia, causing deadly lung infection that is likewise rarely seen in dolphin populations.

This week we saw the latest victim of this, “the largest oceanic extinction level event since the last ice age”, when millions of tuna crab mysteriously washed up along beaches of Ensenada, Mexico.

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After California, this latest mass die-off was reported in Ensenada, Baja California on May 14, 2016, where beaches turned completely red!

See the complete list of all the reported mass animal deaths for 2015 and 2016 by clicking the year.

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Millions of tuna crab die mysteriously along blood red beaches of Ensenada, Mexico

Unprecedented Mass Die Offs as Pacific Ocean “Turning Into a Desert” Off California Coast

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Hospitals Vaccinating Patients by Force & Without Their Knowledge


Article Via. Jefferey Jaxen – Health Impact News

“Nurse turned whistleblower Michelle Rowton told of a callous medical system that regularly and inhumanly chooses to give the CDC’s recommended vaccine schedule to premature infants causing massive increases in severe and life threatening adverse reactions.”

All the momentum, consciousness and continual discussion around truth and education related to vaccine injury has never been greater. Parents and communities have taken the initiative to find answers for their sons and daughters who’ve suffered severe adverse events from immunization.

Evaporating fast are the days of dead end solutions and pharmaceutical answers provided by mainstream medicine’s limited toolbox. Like an untamable ripple effect, this awakening has also encompassed the discussion around mandatory vaccination, lack of informed consent, pharmaceutical control of American healthcare and an overall lack of health freedom currently resting on a slippery slope.

The U.S. mainstream medical system and healthcare are failed establishments that have drifted away from healing to become profit-based outlets dispensing inferior and outdated pharmaceutical products. The historical direction has been clear to anyone paying attention and now it appears that the beginning of some tipping point has arrived. What it means and where it will lead is unknown. Yet the status quo of business as usual is changing moving forward as medical whistleblowers come forward and communities recoil against their loss of heath freedom.

In two short years much has changed as a result of a countrywide mobilization fueled by the whistleblowing admission of Dr. William Thompson. Known as the CDC whistleblower, Dr. Thompson went pubic recounting — in detail — his experience about research fraud within the U.S. Center’s for Disease Control and Prevention. The documentary film Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe supercharged the focus on the CDC’s troubled vaccine division and simultaneously exposed a heavily controlled and censored mainstream media in the U.S.
Recently, another medical/health whistleblower made immediate waves by publicly recounting her continued experiences witnessing daily routine vaccine injury in U.S. hospital neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). Nurse whistleblower Michelle Rowton told of a callous medical system that regularly and inhumanly chooses to give the CDC’s recommended vaccine schedule to premature infants causing massive increases in severe and life threatening adverse reactions. According to Rowton, the attending doctors and medical staff have made these routine, medically incompetent actions into jokes to be laughed at on the hospital floor and in break rooms.

Forced Flu Vaccinations

In the age of information, the incidences of whistleblowers are increasing. As health freedom and informed consent is eroding at breakneck speeds, those left with ethics, courage and humanity within such a system are keeping quiet no longer. Meeting on the first Friday of each month, the Talk About Curing Autism’s Pennsylvania chapter support meeting gathers to provide education, support and resources for families that are in need.

At a recent meeting that took place during the first week of May, a nurse was filmed using the live streaming app Periscope warning of forced flu vaccinations occurring in U.S. hospitals. In addition, the nurse gave possible solutions to the unaware, targeted public in an effort to preserve their informed consent and avoid unwanted adverse reactions. According to the new nurse whistleblower:

Since the Affordable Care Act came out, we are now — as nurses — required to ask every single patient when they come to the hospital if you’ve had your flu vaccine or your pneumococcal vaccine. If you say no to either one of those, in the computer, an order will generate that says we need to give you this vaccine. We don’t need to speak to a doctor…it’s hospital policy. It’s now health department policy that we now have to give you the vaccine.

New Signed Consent for Hospital Services Includes Vaccines – But Patients Unaware They are Granting Such Consent

The bigger, headline-making story was made as the nurse whistleblower continued:

When you go to the hospital if you need surgery — say you need a knee replacement surgery — first they’re going to ask you if you’ve had your vaccines. You’re going to say no. Then they’re going to say you need to sign this consent if you’re going to have surgery…you need to sign a consent. In the consent, there’s a word call ‘biogenics [biologics]’ and if you sign the consent saying ‘I consent for you to give me biogenics [biologics]’ — that basically means that they can give you anything that they deem necessary including vaccines. So if you say that you didn’t get a flu shot and it’s flu season and you sign the consent saying I agree to biogenics [biologics], they will give you a vaccine even when you’re under anesthesia because you already signed the consent.

How do hospitals inform the patient they have just partaken in a medical procedure (immunization) having inherent risks without being given proper informed consent? According to the nurse whistleblower, hospitals approach the subject by telling patients the following:

Unless you go and get your medial records, you will not know you got a flu vaccine. They [the hospital] may tell you at the end ‘oh by the way, you’re now covered, you’ve had the flu vaccine or you got the pneumococcal vaccine.’


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Vaccines Forced on Patients Who do not Want Them in U.S. Hospitals

Is this really happening? Certainly people would be talking if it was. The nurse whistleblower goes further saying:

Two people now have reported to me last week saying that they got the vaccine; they did not want the vaccines. They did not know that the word biogenics [biologics] meant they’re going to get a vaccine.

So how can people protect themselves? According the nurse, perhaps a simple strategy can instantly combat this push towards forced vaccination now happening in U.S. hospitals. She warns:

When you sign consent for surgery, you can specifically say ‘no vaccines, I don’t want this.’ You can write an initial after what you say you do not want and they have to honor that. And if they don’t honor that, they can be sued.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defines biologics using the following statements:

Biological products include a wide range of products such as vaccines….In contrast to most drugs that are chemically synthesized and their structure is known, most biologics are complex mixtures that are not easily identified or characterized.

It should be noted that the Department of Justice publishes a quarterly list of vaccine severe adverse reaction settlements and injuries. The majority of the vaccine injuries contained on the DOJ’s list are a direct result of the flu shot.

In addition, the effectiveness of the flu shot last year was 23 percent according to official CDC statistics. During manufacturing of the flu shot, the CDC and drug maker take a guess at what flu strains may be prominent for the coming year’s flu season.

Due to this fact, every flu shot is different from the previous years and therefore untested. Since the ingredients are always changing, there is no time for true safety studies to be performed. Each year, individuals undergoing the medical procedure of vaccination are considered the final phase of public safety testing for an unproven pharmaceutical product.

Furthermore, denying the patient this knowledge — and access to the manufacturer’s insert before injection — constitutes a laundry list of broken medical ethics agreements and violations of international codes protecting humans against forced medical experimentation.

– See more at: http://vaccineimpact.com/2016/nurse-whistleblower-hospitals-vaccinating-patients-by-force-without-their-knowledge/#sthash.9UWnNxGB.dpuf


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Colorado will use cannabis tax to help homeless

Major Colorado City will use $1.5 million cannabis tax revenues to help the homeless. 

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Aurora city officials want to use the drugs sales tax for so-called ‘one-time uses’ Reuters 

Aurora, the third largest city in the state, will donate funds to organisations which help low-income people with housing and community services  

One of the largest cities in Colorado is donating millions of dollars raised by taxes on marijuana sales to local non-profit organisations which help the homeless.

Aurora will use a significant portion of the $4.5 million revenue from recreational cannabis to fund the Colfax Community Network, which helps low-income families to live in motels, apartments and provides food, clothing, hygiene products and nappies, as well as other local programmes.

A total of $1.5 million of the revenue has been earmarked for homeless efforts in the 2017 and 2018 city budgets, in addition to the $1.5 million already approved for the 2016 budget.

Colorado has already given the non-profit around $220,000 to assist with operating expenses, part of a two-year plan to deal with homelessness in the state’s third largest city.

“The Colfax Community Network is in extremely dire straits in that they do not have funds to continue operating,” Nancy Sheffield, director of Aurora neighbourhood services, told the Aurora Sentinel.

The Comitis Crisis Center and Aurora Mental Health will also be equipped with a van for their homeless outreach programs, along with two outreach workers each.

An Aurora Housing Authority landlord coordinator will now work full time instead of part time, thanks to a city allocation of $45,000. This position is vital as landlords are often reluctant to accept previously homeless people as tenants.

Council members are also considering a day center for the homeless, a place where they could wash their clothes, take a shower and receive mental health services.

Normally funded by revenue from red-light cameras, the sales revenue from cannabis has come as a welcome relief for non-profits, according to the Denver Post.

“We wanted to be able to show citizens that we are having a positive impact on the community and point to specific projects or initiatives to where that money is going to,” said city councilman Bob Roth.

Recreational sales of the drug started in October 2014, the first state to legalize recreational drug use. There are now at least 20 dispensaries in the city, but the number of marijuana licences is capped at 24.

Aurora city officials forecasted that pot revenue would double from $2.65 million in 2015 to $5.4 million in 2016. Revenue from cannabis is expected to clock in $6.4 million in 2017, but should remain flat from 2018 to 2020 once all the dispensary licences are used up.

In March Los Angeles also proposed to fund housing for homeless people through a tax on pot, which is estimated to bring in an annual $16.7 million.


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Pharma-induced apathy Tylenol makes you not give a $h**

Sympathy loss: Tylenol makes you care less about other people’s Feelings – study shows 

Tylenol makes you care less about other people’s Feelings

(AP/RT) Recent studies find that drugs that feature acetaminophen, such as Tylenol may be quite good at helping people get through aches and pains, but they might also make them less sensitive to the pain or suffering of others.
In a new study, researchers from Ohio State University found that individuals who took painkillers featuring acetaminophen – an ingredient found in popular over-the-counter drugs such as Tylenol, Sudafed, Vicks and hundreds of others – were less likely to empathize with other people’s pain than those who did not take the drug.

“These findings suggest other people’s pain doesn’t seem as big of a deal to you when you’ve taken acetaminophen,” Dominik Mischkowski of the National Institutes of Health, a co-author of the study, said in a statement. “Acetaminophen can reduce empathy as well as serve as a painkiller.”

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Researchers said they don’t currently know why exactly acetaminophen acts this way on people, but that the results have important implications for everyday life that can be concerning. Roughly 52 million adults in the US use some kind of medicine featuring this ingredient every week.

“Empathy is important,” said Baldwin Way, another co-author of the study. “If you are having an argument with your spouse and you just took acetaminophen, this research suggests you might be less understanding of what you did to hurt your spouse’s feelings.”

To discover these results, researchers conducted experiments involving college students. In one, 40 students were given a drink featuring 1,000 mg of acetaminophen, while another 40 were given a drink that didn’t have the ingredient at all. The drug was given an hour to take effect, and the students were then told stories about people who experienced pain, including but not limited to being cut to the bone by a knife and losing a loved one.

Students were then asked to rate the pain experienced by the people in the stories. Those who took the drink featuring acetaminophen rated the pain as less severe than those who didn’t.

In another experiment, students were hit with four two-second blasts of white noise and asked to rate how unpleasant they were, as well as how unpleasant others may think they are. Those who took acetaminophen were less bothered by the noise – and also thought it would be less unpleasant for others.

Finally, a third experiment involved students who watched two people in a group of three exclude the third person from a game. Those who had taken acetaminophen rated that excluded person’s hurt feelings as less painful than those who hadn’t taken the drug.

“In this case, the participants had the chance to empathize with the suffering of someone who they thought was going through a socially painful experience,” Way said in a statement. “Still, those who took acetaminophen showed a reduction in empathy. They weren’t as concerned about the rejected person’s hurt feelings.”

The findings are not all that surprising, since a 2004 study showed that the part of the brain activated when someone is experiencing pain is the same part that’s activated when they try to empathize with another person’s pain. However, the researchers said that more study is needed to learn more about acetaminophen’s effects, and they also want to determine whether another painkilling ingredient ? ibuprofen, the main ingredient in Advil ? creates the same results.

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