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Childhood Vaccine Warning Labels Should be advertised on Television

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By Dr. John Reizer

Wouldn’t it be great if every mandated or recommended childhood vaccine was forced to be advertised on television each evening along with its applicable warning label and associated ingredients?

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Drug companies would cringe at the thought of having to advertise certain vaccines that have already been forced upon the public. That’s why you never see the Rubella, tDap, chickenpox or Measles vaccines featured in ads like other drugs being pushed on a daily basis.

If the government mandated the public consumption of drugs for Rheumatoid Arthritis for precautionary measures do you think big pharma would continue to advertise these products? No!

Can you imagine if the government mandated the taking of antidepressants for everyone because studies found that too many people were depressed and it was causing an epidemic of suicidal behavior in the nation?

Do you think the mandated consumption of antidepressants would infuriate the public? Or would they sit back and roll up their sleeves and get jabbed? Would we see medical cheerleaders posting remarks on social media about what a good idea it was to mandate the public consumption of antidepressants or whatever poison the legal drug cartel wanted to sell?

It’s complete insanity that a governing body can force its citizens to take any drug at any time. All drugs come with serious risks and no one should ever be forced to take any drug without their consent.

What do you think about this subject?

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TS Radio Network: Dialysis Advocates with Arlene Mullin # 6

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What is the consequence of the kidney shortage?

It is a catastrophe.  We conservatively estimate that each year 43,000 patients suffer on dialysis and die prematurely because of the shortage.  That’s equivalent to 85 fully loaded 747s crashing each year.  That’s 118 patients dying each day.  Since 1988 (when data collection began) almost 1 million patients have suffered and died prematurely because of the shortage.

Dr. Adwoa Akhu is a New York State–licensed clinical psychologist. She has broad experience in the areas of trauma, depression, anxiety, stress management, spirituality, relationships and intimate partner abuse and is Board Certified in African-Centered/Black psychology. Dr. Akhu is a former president of the New York Association of Black Psychologists and a former board member of the Association of Black Psychologists. She provides consultation, workshops and professional training on a wide variety of psychological issues. Dr. Akhu is the author of numerous self-help books including Cultivating Inner Peace: A Sustainable System for the Professional Black Women. For more information, visit Dr.Akhu.com

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Arlene Mullin — advocate, 20 years experience guiding patients and their families through all aspects of End Stage Renal Disease treatments.  Mullin has served patients in a majority of states, engaging both Medicare and state health authorities towards resolution of quality care issues at clinics.  Comprehensive knowledge of care issues on clinic level.  She was instrumental in getting the hearings on aging before the U.S. Senate in 2000 where she testified on patient care issue within the dialysis industry.

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Dialysis Advocates is grateful for the opportunity to get this important message out for all Dialysis Patients.

We will be having a guest on the first part of every show. Then we will open the Microphones for the Town Hall. Patients and others will be able to discuss concerns and solutions. It will be a patient group, including families.

We also realize that many patients need to be supported and being heard is important for all patients in a safe venue.

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