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Watch The Greater Good, vaccine injury film, free thru Nov. 5

By The Canary Party

We are excited that the film makers of The Greater Good have decided to make their film free online for one week. This film examines the vaccine injury controversy at a level that people new to the topic can digest. We strongly encourage you to let your friends a family know about this chance to see the film for free this week. http://vimeo.com/31036452

And come to the Southeast Regional Canary Meeting, December 2-4, 2011, at the Hyatt Garland Place in Garland, TX (Dallas area).

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In 6 countries, Merck’s Gardisil contaminated with genetically engineered viral HPV

* Gardasil victim found to have HPV DNA in her blood 2 Years Post-Vaccination

* 13 different vaccine vials – 13 different lots of Gardasil from around the world tested

* Results – 100% contamination with HPV Recombinant DNA.

By Canary Party

SANE Vax tested 13 vials of the Gardasil vaccine, from six different countries, and found that all were contaminated with genetically modified HPV DNA. The vaccine maker Merck, has claimed for the last five years on the package insert that the vaccine contains NO viral DNA. That claim quietly disappeared from the insert this past April, without any explanation, warning or notice being offered to the pubic.

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Massachusetts considers allowing unvaccinated kids in public school

By Rady Ananda

In January, Representative John D. Keenan of Salem, Massachusetts introduced a bill to allow students not immunized to be admitted to schools upon the written request of a parent. After all, if vaccines are effective, then those who take them are protected from those who don’t.

“Rep. Keenan filed this legislation ‘on behalf of’ a constituent,” his Chief of Staff, Lynne Montague, told COTO Report.  “In Massachusetts, constituents may file bills via his/her elected official by ‘the right of free petition.’”

Currently, the bill is before the Committee on Public Health and there is no set time for its report.  If the Committee reports the bill favorably (with or without amendments) this session, it will be forwarded on for the next appropriate committee to review.  If the measure is reported adversely, it will not advance unless it’s overturned by either branch.

On June 28, a public hearing was held where proponents of the measure argued about the health risks of vaccines and the right of health freedom — to opt for or reject medical procedures and still be allowed full participation in society. Here is some of that testimony:

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