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Vaccines? Don’t Trust The Government

Tony Shingler did what the UK government encouraged him to do to protect himself and his family. He accepted a COVID-19 vaccine, believing possible side effects to be minor. The reality was he then spent months paralysed in hospital, diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome. Together with his wife Nicola, Tony tells his …


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How vaccines are developed -- and why they're safe | Jen Gunter

Bringing transparency to how a vaccine becomes a vaccine, Dr. Jen Gunter breaks down research, development and testing that makes these life-saving therapeutics safe -- long before they reach your local pharmacy. For more on how your body works, tune in weekly to her podcast Body Stuff with Dr. Jen Gunter, from the TED …


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How IVI Is Helping To Shape Korea’s Vaccine Ambitions

International Vaccine Institute Director General Jerome Kim talks about what role IVI has been playing in Korea’s vaccine strategy, what makes the country an ideal place for a global vaccine hub and why this is significant for the country. https://scrip.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/SC147314/How-IVI-Is-Helping-To-Sha …


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521 - All About COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

How effective have federal vaccine mandates for COVID-19 been? Will litigation impact other vaccine requirements, such as those for school attendance? What might happen during future pandemics? Michelle Mello, a professor of law and public policy at Stanford, talks with Stephanie Desmon about the mixed success of COVID …


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What Next TBD: The Summer Vaccine of the Future

LYMErix, the first vaccine against Lyme, was pulled from the market amid poor sales and pressure from the public. Now, over 20 years later, a new vaccine is in late-stage trials.Guest: Cassandra WillyardHost: Lizzie O'LearyLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


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How to Treat Vaccine Injuries: Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet

Reports of vaccine injuries are becoming increasingly common amid the mandatory vaccine policies that have been rolled out around the world. Yet the risks of COVID-19 shots have been known for a long time, according to Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, president of the Truth for Health Foundation. We speak with Dr. Vliet about …


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Vaccine Damage - Real People - Wayne

Many people have been diagnosed as vaccine-injured after a Covid-19 vaccination. Some have received compensation from the UK Government, but others have not had their personal adverse reactions recognised - even thought he vaccine has changed their lives and caused them major trauma. Wayne is one of these people. He k …


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The RSB Show 3-14-22 - Vaccine Fanatics Vaccine Skepticism, GMOs on your plate, Frankenfish

The RSB Show 3-14-22 - Vaccine Fanatics Fueled Vaccine Skepticism, GMOs on your plate, Frankenfish revisited, Mask peer pressure, Medical gaslighting, America's pill problem


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Latest Trends in Vaccine, Vaccination, and Immunization Law

Denise M. Hill, Associate Professor, Drake University, speaks with Brian Dean Abramson, author of the second edition of AHLA’s Vaccine, Vaccination, and Immunization Law, about the latest trends in vaccine, vaccination, and immunization law. Specific trends discussed include employer/employee considerations, internatio …


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Evaluating the effectiveness of vaccine passes

A year ago, Israel was the first country to issue a strict vaccine passport. Now, some health officials say the Green Pass did not stop the omicron variant, and is no 'longer relevant.' We evaluate the effectiveness of vaccine passports. Miquel Oliu-Barton, Maya Peled-Raz, Dr. Jennifer Avegno and Seema Mohapatra join M …


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Vaccine Policy: Who Decides?

The Supreme Court recently issued its decisions in two federal vaccine mandate cases. Several states and interest groups sought emergency relief on regulations issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration as well as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The OSHA rule required large employers to …


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Nasal Vaccine for Alzheimer’s Disease Enters Clinical Trial

In November 2021, Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston launched the first human trial of a nasal vaccine for Alzheimer’s disease. Nearly 20 years of research went into developing the vaccine, which uses the immune system to clear Alzheimer’s disease-related proteins from the brain. Lead researcher Dr. Howard Weiner j …


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Vaccine Stuff

Pfizer head sees a return to "normal life" in the spring. Speaking of Pfizer: Israeli study shows 4th shot of COVID-19 vaccine less effective on Omicron. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


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Vaccine Stuff

Pfizer CEO says Omicron vaccine will be ready in March. Ex-Biden task-force head Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel predicts COVID will become endemic by later this year. Attorney Harmeet Dhillon from the Center for American Liberty discussed on Tucker last night talking about why the Supreme Court is taking so long in the decision a …


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Two Libertarians Debate Vaccine Mandates

Is there a libertarian case for vaccine mandates? George Mason University Law Professor Ilya Somin supports vaccine mandates in certain cases because he believes they're a relatively "small infringement on freedom" and are preferable to harm reduction strategies like mask mandates and lockdowns, which he sees as posing …


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Bulgaria: Low vaccinations, high infections

Mobile vaccination teams are trying to help combat widespread vaccine hesitancy in Bulgaria, where mistrust in the government is commonplace. The country has the lowest vaccination rate in the EU.


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What's Driving The Political Divide Over Vaccinations

An NPR analysis shows that since the vaccine rollout, counties that voted heavily for Donald Trump have had nearly three times the COVID mortality rates of those that voted for Joe Biden. That difference appears to be driven by a partisan divide in vaccination rates. As NPR correspondent Geoff Brumfield reports, politi …


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Litigation Update: Vaccination Mandates

The ongoing, high-decibel, public debate over vaccine mandates has entered its litigation phase. Please join us for a conversation with one of the country’s leading vaccine and civil rights litigators, Aaron Siri of Siri|Glimstad. Mr. Siri will provide a litigation update and summarize the issues and strategic challe …


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11/8/2021 - Vaccines

Who's getting the COVID vaccine, and who isn't?We know federal employees are, because they've been mandated to. And Governor Reeves is crying foul. Kids are getting the shot, as well. The Pfizer vaccine for children ages five to eleven was approved by the FDA last week.Plenty of Mississippians, though, still haven't re …


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PART 2: Dr. Aaron Kheriaty on ‘Biosecurity Surveillance,’ Perverse Vaccine Incentives, and Testing COVID-19 Vaccines on Children

In part one of our interview with medical ethics professor Aaron Kheriaty, we discussed natural immunity, vaccine efficacy, and his lawsuit challenging his university’s vaccine mandates.Now in part two, we discuss perverse incentives involved in the vaccine rollout, the ethics of testing COVID-19 vaccines on children, …


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Adoption Vaccine Issues

Biden’s vaccine mandate turns adoptive families into stranded nomads. Listen for more details with host John Matarazzo. Follow more news stories like this on charisma news at  www.charismanews.com


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Humanity Gets A Malaria Vaccine!

On October 6, the World Health Organization endorsed a malaria vaccine for the first time ever. After years of testing, the vaccine was shown to be safe and effective at preventing the deaths of thousands of children in Sub-Saharan Africa. The WHO's backing of this Malaria vaccine is both a breakthrough in scientific r …

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