The Infectious Myth On “The Infectious Myth” host David Crowe will examine the questionable or outright false paradigms that infect our society.

November 21, 2017  
David doesn’t interview Jim West, as much as have a discussion with him. Jim is claiming that the cause of microcephaly in Brazil was not Zika, or pesticides, or vaccines, but an increase in the rate of prenatal ultrasounds, mostly from a new telemedicine network called, “The Network”, that remotely provided interpretation of ultrasounds. But what is the definition of microcephaly and are all smaller than normal heads indicative of future problems in the baby? Can we be sure that the so called epidemic just wasn’t an epidemic of measurements? Also, head measurements might be used as a surrogate for overall growth, but will be used to diagnose microcephaly instead of overall growth problems. Perhaps the fundamental question is when medicine introduces a new technique, whether a new vaccine or a new machine, how do we know if it’s causing problems?
 
A summary of Jim West’s theory about ultrasound and microcephaly, including a link to purchase the book, is found at: http://harvoa.org/chs/pr/dusbk2.htm
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November 15, 2017  

David talks with film makers Joan Shenton and Andi Reiss about their new three part series on the impact of the HPV vaccine, Sacrificial Virgins. The film, despite each part being only 10 minutes long, covers the devastating health impacts some girls have experienced after the vaccine, and the scientific flaws that make this vaccine particularly dangerous. The films interview girls and young women whose physical lives have been destroyed by the vaccine, as well as leading scientific critics of the theory that HPV causes cervical cancer, or the presence of Aluminum in novel forms as an adjuvant in these vaccines.

The three parts of Sacrificial Virgins can be viewed on the website: http://www.sacrificialvirgins.org

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November 7, 2017  
In episode 161, David talks with Toni Krehel, a Chinese medical doctor in Florida, and an advocate for the right to refuse vaccination. While Florida requires a medical or religious exemption for school children to refuse vaccination, some universities and colleges had been insisting on  vaccination, and would not accept exemptions. In reality, there are no laws that given these educational institutions this right and, when challenged, they backed down, and they will now accept students who do not wish to be vaccinated, and may have been unvaccinated since birth. Obviously the vaccine industry is reloading, but for now there is sunshine in Florida.
 
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