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Beth Clay: Vaccine injury and the medicating of children

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The folks from View From Montana radio show will join us for the first hour.  Listen in as Ele gives her take on the recent elections and the state of politics in Montana.  Outspoken, educated and humorous, Ele gives special insight into the wild west world of politics in her home state.

Our guest for hour 2 :  Beth Clay

Ms. Clay is a health freedom advocate and former Senior Professional Staff Member who lead the health
care oversight team on the House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform and Oversight
with then Chairman Dan Burton of Indiana. The investigations and conducted hearings included looking
at the role of complementary and alternative medicine in our health care system, dietary supplement
regulation, the over medicating of very young children labeled with ADHD, vaccine injury and the
epidemic increase of rates of autism spectrum disorders.

Background: Ms. Clay first became known in the complementary and alternative medicine community
from her work both in the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Alternative Medicine and subsequently
the United States Congress. She was recruited from the NIH to lead a Congressional inquiry looking at
the role of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in our health care system. This would expand to look
at the implementation of dietary supplement health and education act of 1994. In addition to the
government officials who were called before the Committee,

Ms. Clay would bring experts such as Drs. Dean Ornish, Wayne Jonas, Jeremy Geffen as well as nonprofit
leadership such as Dannion Brinkley and Dr. James Gordon before the Committee in order to
educate and raise awareness of issues

 She serves as an International Human Rights Commissioner with the Citizens Commission for Human Rights
(www.cchrint.org).

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