Category Archives: Ecology of disease

So how do we contract Typhoid? Enteric bacterial sagas and those cash rich vaccinators

This – http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/06/130605185931.htm – has turned up a few times recently and I’ve kept on putting it to the side, principally because I’ve not had the time or the original papers but, hey, academic can come later – now I … Continue reading

Posted in Biomedical-ecology, Diet and nutrition, Ecology of disease, Gut bacterial flora, Infectious diseases, Vaccination | 3 Comments

Viral passports?

Here’s simply an observation: Any virus that enters the human body is alien and sensed as such. It’s shape and size are immaterial – it can be up to no good and is so recognised. There is no passport which … Continue reading

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Andy, this is very difficult for me to write…..

Some things are very difficult to say. Like if a friend’s spouse is being unfaithful despite the friend’s deep commitment to the relationship. You know all the sordid details and every time you see your friend you are so torn … Continue reading

Posted in Andy Wakefield, Antigen, Digestive process and its efficiency, Ecology of disease, Infectious diseases, Media inputs to medical matters, Medical industrial political complex, MMR, Offit, Vaccination, Vaccine damage | 3 Comments

When is an antigen not an antigen? Answer: when it’s an adjuvant!

My initial title for this was “Offit’s antigens and the myths of mass exposure” but somehow that didn’t work with “the system”. OK, I guess I’d better start with some: Definitions: Offit – Individual demonstrating how corrupted capitalism is an … Continue reading

Posted in Adjuvant, Andy Wakefield, Antigen, Autism, Ecology of disease, Infectious diseases, Jenner and smallpox jabs, MMR, Offit, SSPE, Uncategorized, Vaccination, Vaccine damage | 5 Comments

A Very High Potentiation?

Potentiation /po·ten·ti·a·tion/ (po-ten″she-a´shun) Enhancement of one agent by another so that the combined effect is greater than the sum of the effects of each one alone. We know so little about how the Immune System actually works. Well, no, I’ll … Continue reading

Posted in Autism, Ecology of disease, Infectious diseases, Jenner and smallpox jabs, MMR, Scientific method, Statistics and their misuse in medicine, Vaccination, Vaccine damage | 5 Comments

Institute to Investigate the Damaging Physiological Outcomes of Vaccination, IDPOV

For so long there has been a ping pong match of evidence provision and quick denial, backwards and forwards between the groups and individuals involved in this two hundred year old controversy.  Time and time again figures are tabulated and … Continue reading

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Missing puzzle pieces?

The headline shouted: GMO:  Food? “Our immune system looks at that [modified] gene sequence that is supposed to be food and says “I’ve never seen that sequence ever, it does not exist in nature , it’s foreign”.  It creates an … Continue reading

Posted in Andy Wakefield, Biomedical-ecology, Centre for Biomedical Ecology, Coeliac disease, Diet and nutrition, Ecology of disease, GMOs genetically modified organisms, Infectious diseases, Medical Genetics, Vaccination, Vaccine damage | 1 Comment