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Nearing the Unthinkable Scenario of 1 in 2 Children With Autism in the U.S.
     by Marco Cáceres, July 1, 2024, Opinion
The prevalence for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) among eight-year-old children in the United States reached 1 in 36 last year. At least, that’s the rate that was confirmed by an analysis published in the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) epidemiological digest Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) on Mar. 24, 2023. That rate was based on a survey performed in 2020 as part of a surveillance program known as the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network in 11 states (Arizona, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, Tennessee, Utah and Wisconsin). It represented a 18.2 percent increase over the 1 in 44 rate reported by the CDC in November 2021 for the 2018 survey.

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More Parents in U.K. Refuse Childhood Vaccinations
     by Rishma Parpia, July 1, 2024, Vaccines
In late 2023, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that there had been a decline in state required vaccines from 95 percent to 93 percent among kindergarteners during the 2020-2021 school year compared to the 2019-2020 school year. Now, public health officials in the United Kingdom also are reporting lower uptake of childhood vaccinations in that country.

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Supreme Court Strikes Down 50-State Bankruptcy Deal Granting Pharma Execs Immunity from Fraud & Willful Injury
     Karen Kingston, Jul 01, 2024
June 30, 2024: This past week, the Supreme Court overruled the Second Circuit (and decades of bankruptcy court precedent) in Harrington vs. Purdue, a mass-torte, 50-state, 100,000 victim lawsuit. With a 5-3 majority, the Supreme Court ruled that bankruptcy law does not grant the courts the authority to issue an injunction to stop future litigation from being brought against pharma companies, pharma execs, their families, or their affiliated companies for; fraud, willful injury, negligence, and/or other claims; in exchange for paying billions of dollars for class-action settlements.

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Pumping and Dumping Vaccines
     A Midwestern Doctor, Jun 27, 2024
Dissecting the predatory business model we are all subjected to

As one gains a broader view of the world, they gain the appreciation for the fact people will do the same things again and again regardless of the era.

Within the context of medicine, I’ve in turn tried to make the case that rather than the best existing scientific evidence dictating how medicine is practiced (e.g., the standard of care) much of it instead is a result of business considerations. This I believe is due three things:

•Those with the most influence in healthcare have personalities that consistently place profits over people.

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Pfizer Is Being Sued Under the Kansas Consumer Protect Act for 10 Counts Across Fraud, Unconscionable Acts, and Civil Conspiracy, NOT Crimes Against Humanity
Updated June 27, 2024: It’s been brought to my attention that not only my subtitle was incorrect in my recent Stew Peters, but many other subtitles were incorrect and incorrectly represented the statements I made. I apologize for any confusion this has caused. I did not have production or post-production input during the interview. My apologies again.

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Pfizer Lawsuits. Federal Courts. ORF-8

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