Jan 6, 2020 3-5PM ET
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NJ legislators have until January 13th, the end of the legislative session, to bring legislation to a vote that will remove religious exemptions in NJ. If another state falls, even more states will be targeted for the Spring. We must all take a stand for medical rights!
In December, NJ Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney vowed to bring S2173 up again for a vote. Therefore, it is more important than ever to show up and let NJ legislators know what you think! Be sure to support Senators Lagana, Rice, Ruiz, Gopal and Testa for standing resolutely against the draconian legislation in December and encourage them to stand their ground now.
Senator Joseph Lagana (D), 201-576-9199, email@example.com
Senator Ronald Rice (D), (973)-371-5665, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senator M. Teresa Ruiz (D), (973) 484-1000, SenRuiz@njleg.org
Senator Vin Gopal (D), 732-695-3371,email@example.com
Senator Mike Testa (R), @senatortesta
If you are in a nearby state, please drive to NJ! Steadfast activists across the US should consider flying into Trenton.
Hundreds of Seattle students without updated vaccinations records may be excluded from school this week More than 1,400 Seattle Public Schools students are still at risk of being excluded from school if they don’t provide verified vaccination records by Wednesday, school system spokesman Tim Robinson said.That’s down from last month when 2,200 needed to update their records. Robinson said he expects the number will keep declining as the January 8 deadline approaches.The district — serving more than 50,000 students across 104 schools — sponsored three free immunization clinics since last month, when staff sent out a letter warning parents students would not be able to return without complete vaccination records. At least 135 students were immunized at those clinics, Robinson said. This is all following a Washington state law that went into effect over the summer, which says families can’t use personal and philosophical reasons to avoid having their children vaccinated with the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine, the state’s department of health said.
Long Island School Districts Push Back On HPV, Flu Vaccine Mandates Southampton schools have joined a growing number of districts on Long Island that oppose legislation to add more mandatory school vaccinations. One bill requires children be immunized against the human papilloma virus, or HPV, a sexually transmitted disease that can cause cancer. Another bill mandates flu shots. Southampton schools wrote to state health committee members to kill the measures when they reconvene in January. The district says the requirements are an “erosion of parental rights.” At least 16 other Suffolk County school districts have written similar letters. They say children are not at risk of HPV infection while at school, so the requirement would be inappropriate. They also question the overall effectiveness of flu vaccines.
Injecting tuberculosis vaccine straight into the bloodstream makes the 100-year-old shot far more effective Injecting the century-old tuberculosis vaccine straight into the veins could make the shot far more protective. In research conducted on monkeys, scientists found that there was little to no inflammation in the lungs of those that received the vaccine straight into the bloodstream compared to today’s skin-deep shot. What’s more, the majority of primates who received the shot like an IV had 100,000 times fewer bacteria in their lungs. Researchers say administering the shot in this new way could drive down death rates of tuberculosis, which is currently the leading infectious cause of death worldwide. Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease that affects the lungs and is caused by bacteria known as Mycobacterium tuberculosis. When someone with TB coughs, sneezes or talks, infected droplets are sprayed into the air, where other people can inhale them and are then infected. It cannot be spread, however, by shaking someone’s hand, sharing food or beverages, or even kissing. Symptoms include a cough that lasts for at least three weeks, chest pain, weakness, fatigue, fever and coughing up blood or mucus.
Special Guest Tia Severino
In 2016, a media firestorm erupted when Tribeca Film Festival abruptly censored its documentary selection, VAXXED: FROM COVER-UP TO CATASTROPHE, amid pressure from pro-pharmaceutical interests. In response to media silence on CDC whistleblower, Dr. William Thompson, who admitted to fraud on a pivotal vaccine safety study, VAXXED catapulted to notoriety and became a worldwide trending topic, opening to sold out theater audiences nationwide. Stunned by the immense volume of parents lining up outside the theaters with vaccine injury stories to share, VAXXED producer Polly Tommey began to livestream worldwide reaching millions, and a community that had once been silenced were empowered to rise up. In VAXXED II: THE PEOPLE’S TRUTH, Polly and the team travel over 50,000 miles in the USA and around the world. Interviews of parents and doctors with nothing to gain and everything to lose exposed the vaccine injury epidemic and asked the question on every parent’s mind, “Are vaccines really as safe and effective as we’ve been told?”
Taking Supplements During Breast Cancer Treatment Increases Risk Of Death And Relapse, What Does This Mean For Patients? Last month a study of over 1,000 people with breast cancer found some worrying evidence that certain nutritional supplements could reduce the chance of survival from the disease and increase the chance that the cancer would recur after treatment. The main findings were:
- Patients who reported taking any antioxidant – vitamins A, C, E and carotenoids and Coenyzme Q10 – were 41 percent more likely to have their breast cancer return when they took the supplements both before and during chemotherapy treatment
- Patients had a similar, but weaker, increased risk of death when taking those antioxidants
- Patients taking vitamin B12, iron, and omega-3 fatty acid supplements were at significantly greater risk of breast cancer recurrence and death
- Patients taking multivitamins showed no signs of poorer or better outcomes after chemotherapy
The research was published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology and led by scientists at the SWOG cancer research institute.
Malibu wants to ban all pesticides. The state of California says that’s against the law Wilmar Mejia stood behind his pickup truck in the hills of Malibu, watching a hawk soar overhead. Ahead lay the job, a mid-century ranch house with a glittering aquamarine pool and breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Moments later, he shimmied into the house’s low-slung attic, crawling through tufts of white insulation studded with fresh rat droppings. “You’ve got tenants and they’re not paying rent!” the exterminator said with a grin. Mejia has been evicting vermin from Malibu for more than a decade. In lieu of brodifacoum blood-thinners — ubiquitous poisons so effective that hawks regularly bleed to death after eating mice that have eaten them — his new boutique pest control company, Tree of Life, uses snap traps and steel wool to keep rodents in check. “It’s about controlling the problem without the use of poisons that affect everything else,” Mejia said. “That hawk flying around, that’s what we’re protecting.”