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Join Doctor-Attorney-Author Mayer Eisenstein and Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips as they discuss two other vaccine radio shows; a nurse's answer of "that's just the way we do it" in response to a mother's question about the reason for giving a newborn baby a Hepatitis B vaccine; a state supreme court's ruling in favor of a mother with religious objections to the Gardasil vaccine; the effect of past vaccines on a person's legal right to exercise a vaccine religious exemption; why a claim that the IRS lost two years of an IRS official's emails is aburd, and how politicians' lies in general, including those who have promoted vaccines, may be their ultimate undoing; a new study headed up by Brian Hooker, Ph.D., which documents malfeasance in the CDC's studies of thimerosal-containing vaccines--what one co-author in the study called "criminal"; a New Jersey court case in which a nurse won the right to unemployment when fired for refusing a flu vaccine for secular reasons; Dr. Suzanne Humphries' critique of a study claiming that a vaccine received during pregancy can later protect the infant from pertussis; and more!
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