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From: Jeff on 23 Nov 2007 11:46
> "Jeff" <kidsdoc2000(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> You forget to mention that the disease has been irradicated from the US,
>> where they use lots of insecticides and from nearly all other countries.
> lie http://www.whale.to/v/polio2.htm
> they call it acute flaccid paralysis now in 3rd world
They call a different illness flaccid paralysis. Polio is a disease
caused by a particular group of viruses.
From: JOHN on 23 Nov 2007 16:45
"Jeff" <kidsdoc2000(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
> They call a different illness flaccid paralysis. Polio is a disease caused
> by a particular group of viruses.
From: Vaccine-man on 23 Nov 2007 17:48
On Nov 23, 2:45 pm, "JOHN" <j...(a)nospam.com> wrote:
Scudamore, you have heard of the Cutter Incident?
From: Peter Bowditch on 23 Nov 2007 18:28
Vaccine-man <ziggittes(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>On Nov 23, 2:45 pm, "JOHN" <j...(a)nospam.com> wrote:
>Scudamore, you have heard of the Cutter Incident?
Of course he hasn't. It was severely covered up. That is why
*organised medicine* got Dr Paul Offit to write a book about it.
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From: David Wright on 23 Nov 2007 20:13
In article <03ee1d5f-b61d-4455-a86a-11faca05f3af(a)e23g2000prf.googlegroups.com>,
>Anyone who's really interested in the history of polio, and how the
>polio epidemics correlate with pesticide production, will do well to
read the following article by Jim West,
>Polio was a new disease (which should already be quite suspicious),
What's suspicious is that polio is not a "new" disease. It was first
named in 1840 and is clearly much older. Certainly older than the
>and it was never really 'eradicated'. The same types of symptoms are
>still quite prevalent, they are just given different
>names/diagnoses. Polio vaccines didn't really help anyone, as
>Dr. Sabin seems to confirm below.
In the fraudulent "quotation." Except that the symptoms are not
"still quite prevalent;" we aren't sticking people in iron lungs any
more, nor do you see all the kids with leg braces etc.
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