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The Cure Could be the Disease As the son of a mother who is obsessive when it comes to health and nutrition it is almost impossible to escape the consistent ramblings and qualms about eating properly and getting plenty of exercise There are always many stories circulating at the dinner table about how the family across the street has a house full of poor nourished and hyperactive children and other daily health concerns and stories that my mother has heard on the radio or at the local grocery store On several occasions the topic of vaccinations came up My sisters school was immunizing against red measles and the discussion of whether or not she would get the needle quickly led to a full blown debate Some time later we were talking to a close friend down the road who had three young boys all of different ages Two of the three had severe ADD attention deficit disorder as well as other personality flaws Such matters may not seem uncommon in this day and age however there was something quite starling about their case As it turned out the two boys each were fine until they received their booster shots A short period after they significantly changed for the worse This is not the only time we had heard of such a story in fact there are many cases just like theirs The theory of vaccination has never been successfully tested In fact right now there is a growing debate over whether vaccinations are linked to the increased incidence of lung brain and bone cancers seen in children and adults Perhaps we are lab rats It may seem far-fetched but from recent findings and first hand cases I really see the possibility as being more and more likely Vaccines are not as safe as they are promoted to be The SV-40 simian
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