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

April 24, 2018  

Brian Shafer, living in rural Nebraska, became aware of both the dangers of pesticides, and the benefits of organic farming, or beyond organic. David talks to him about his experiences trying to change attitudes in America’s heartland, with a cameo by his brother Michael. Things came to a head when the city authorities refused to stop driving on private land in order to spray his organic garden with a dangerous insecticide (well, all pesticides are dangerous).

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April 17, 2018  
The US government’s so-called “Vaccine Court” (Court of Federal Claims) has ruled, with the nudging of a judge who overturned the original denial, that the family of Christina Tarsell has met all requirements for compensation of a death by vaccine injury. David talks with Christina’s mother Emily about their experiences from the first of three shots that Christina received, the initiation of health problems, to her surprising death, and their eight-year long struggle for recognition that the tragedy was vaccine-induced.
 
Emily Tarsell maintains a website to remember Christina and help other families at: http://www.gardasil-and-unexplained-deaths.com
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April 10, 2018  

Michael Ellner was a powerful force, from the mid-1980s on, resisting the pharmaceutical paradigm of HIV=AIDS=Death in New York City and globally. He conceived the concept of “The AIDS Zone”, where psychological factors trap victims in the grip of fear where the only salvation is the magical concoctions provided by the pharmaceutical industry, starting with the deadly AZT in 1987. David interviews four of his friends to remember his life and legacy – Celia Farber, Joan Shenton, Barnett “Bud” Weiss and Tom Diferdinando, in time for his birthday on April 10th.

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