The Moth in the Iron Lung Book

The Moth in the Iron Lung

  • Author : Forrest Maready
  • Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • File Size : 19,8 Mb
  • Release Date : 2018-06-05
  • Genre: Poliomyelitis
  • Pages : 284
  • ISBN 10 : 1717583679


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A fascinating account of the world's most famous disease-polio- told as you have never heard it before. Epidemics of paralysis began to rage in the early 1900s, seemingly out of nowhere. Doctors, parents, and health officials were at a loss to explain why this formerly unheard of disease began paralyzing so many children-usually starting in their legs, sometimes moving up through their abdomen and arms. For an unfortunate few, it could paralyze the muscles that allowed them to breathe. Why did this disease start to become such a horrible problem during the late 1800s? Why did it affect children more often than adults? Why was it originally called teething paralysis by mothers and their doctors? Why were animals so often paralyzed during the early epidemics when it was later discovered most animals could not become infected? The Moth in the Iron Lung is a fascinating biography of this horrible paralytic disease, where it came from, and why it disappeared in the 1950s. If you've never explored the polio story beyond the tales of crippled children and iron lungs, this book will be sure to surprise.

Three Minutes for a Dog Book

Three Minutes for a Dog

  • Author : Paul R. Alexander
  • Publisher : FriesenPress
  • File Size : 7,7 Mb
  • Release Date : 2020-04-13
  • Genre: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 153
  • ISBN 10 : 9781525525339


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Contrary to popular belief Polio is not extinct. This is the true story of an indomitable spirit afflicted with unimaginable physical and psychological challenges. Paul Alexander’s life is a saga that started in 1946 and has been profoundly shaped by the Polio epidemic of the early 1950’s. Survivors of the 1950’s Polio Epidemic in America are rare. Polio victims, like Paul Alexander, who require the assistance of an “Iron Lung” respirator for their life’s breath are even rarer. Paul Alexander has crafted his life against all odds and has a courageous and compelling story to share with us all. Victims of Polio, their families, friends and communities are struggling to cope with this obscure but still dangerous infectious disease. This book is a testimony to the strength of the human spirit and an affirmation of the need to continue efforts to eradicate the pestilence of Polio from the planet.

Summary of Forrest Maready s The Moth in the Iron Lung Book

Summary of Forrest Maready s The Moth in the Iron Lung

  • Author : Everest Media,
  • Publisher : Everest Media LLC
  • File Size : 14,9 Mb
  • Release Date : 2022-05-23T22:59:00Z
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 21
  • ISBN 10 : 9798822522176


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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 The use of the iron lung to treat polio patients was extremely limited, but the images of victims stuck inside the iron lung would forever change the way people thought about disease and medicine. #2 The story of polio is often told as one of the greatest medical achievements of all time, with the Salk and Sabin vaccines being the culmination of decades of research. But what many people don’t know is that polio was completely unknown to most doctors until the late 1800s, and then it became an epidemic disease that mainly affected the rich and well-to-do. #3 Polio is a disease of the dead. To conclusively diagnose someone with polio, you must obtain a cross-section of their spinal column and place it under a microscope. The body is very good at protecting its central nervous system from invaders, but something changed in the late 1800s which turned this once harmless infection into a frequent killer. #4 The National Peace Jubilee in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1869 was the grandest musical event the world had ever seen. It was a celebration of the restoration of peace throughout the land, and it was a resounding success.

Polio Book
Score: 4.5
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  • Author : David M. Oshinsky
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • File Size : 14,5 Mb
  • Release Date : 2005-04-12
  • Genre: History
  • Pages : 369
  • ISBN 10 : 9780195152944


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A history of the 1950s polio epidemic that caused panic in the United States examines the competition between Salk and Sabin to find the first vaccine and its implications for such issues as government testing of new drugs and manufacturers' liability.

Vaccine Epidemic Book

Vaccine Epidemic

  • Author : Louise Kuo Habakus
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • File Size : 14,5 Mb
  • Release Date : 2011-02-09
  • Genre: Science
  • Pages : 512
  • ISBN 10 : 9781626366640


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Public health officials state that vaccines are safe and effective, but the truth is far more complicated. Vaccination is a serious medical intervention that always carries the potential to injure and cause death as well as to prevent disease. Coercive vaccination policies deprive people of free and informed consent—the hallmark of ethical medicine. Americans are increasingly concerned about vaccine safety and the right to make individual, informed choices together with their healthcare practitioners. Vaccine Epidemic focuses on the searing debate surrounding individual and parental vaccination choice in the United States. Habakus, Holland, and Rosenberg edit and introduce a diverse array of interrelated topics concerning the explosive vaccine controversy, including the ethics of vaccination mandates, corrupting conflicts of interest in the national vaccine program, and personal narratives of parents, children, and soldiers who have suffered vaccine injury. Newly updated with additional chapters focusing on institutional scientific misconduct, mandates for healthcare workers, concerns about HPV vaccine development, and the story behind the Supreme Court’s recent vaccine decision, Vaccine Epidemic remains the essential handbook for the vaccination choice movement and required reading for all people contemplating vaccination for themselves and their children.

Unvaccinated Book


  • Author : Forrest Maready
  • Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • File Size : 18,8 Mb
  • Release Date : 2018-07-19
  • Genre: Uncategoriezed
  • Pages : 102
  • ISBN 10 : 1722908696


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Why are more parents choosing natural immunity for their children? When I first heard that people were purposefully not vaccinating their children, I was shocked. Vaccines have been described as the most incredible medical invention of all time-a miracle of science and technology that has saved the lives of untold millions. I couldn't believe that seemingly intelligent, educated parents were purposefully foregoing vaccines for their children, and in fact, were so convinced these medical prodecures were harming us, they would go out of their way to try to convince others. When a close friend of mine told me that his infant child was going to be unvaccinated, I thought he was completely insane. After much coaxing, he convinced me to do my own research and challenge him on his beliefs. A few months later, I had read things about vaccines and disease that I had never heard before. Things that no one-including our pediatrician-had ever mentioned. I was convinced there was a giant conspiracy to try and discredit vaccines, but after diving headfirst into recent scientific research seldom mentioned in the news, I eventually came to believe much differently about vaccines and the diseases they are supposed to protect us from. This short book will take you along the same journey I made as I transitioned from a dedicated vaccinating parent to someone who now questions whether any vaccines are actually worth the risk, even in third world countries. It barely scratches the surface of this, the greatest debate of our time, but if nothing else, will give you a clear idea as to why an increasing number of parents are rasing their children unvaccinated.

Crooked Book


  • Author : Forrest Maready
  • Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • File Size : 11,6 Mb
  • Release Date : 2018
  • Genre: Metals
  • Pages : 0
  • ISBN 10 : 1983816620


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Why do babies have lopsided smiles? Why are so many people's eyes misaligned? What started as a simple search to understand this phenomenon turned into a two-year quest that uncovered hidden links between our crooked faces and some of the most puzzling diseases of our time.From autism to Alzheimer's and from chronic fatigue syndrome to Crohn's disease, Crooked methodically goes through the most recent scientific research and connects the dots from the outbreak of metallic medicine in 1800s England to the eruption of neurological and autoimmune disorders so many are suffering from today. If the theories put forth in this book are true, the convergence of metals, microbes and medicine that started two hundred years ago may have set humanity on a path of suffering that could make the deadliest epidemics in history pale in comparison. Thankfully, for the millions who are afflicted, who may have found nothing to explain the cause of their suffering - these same theories could also illuminate the path to healing and recovery.WITH CHAPTERS & EXPLANATIONS FOR THESE ILLNESSES ADHD Allergies Anemia Asthma Autism Alzheimer's disease Chronic fatigue syndrome Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) Crohn's disease Diabetes (Type 1) Eating disorders Eczema Fibromyalgia Hearing disorders Heart disease Lupus Lyme disease Multiple sclerosis PANDAS / PANS Parkinson's disease POTS Rheumatoid arthritis Sarcoidosis Sensory processing disorder Tics Tourette syndrome Tuberous sclerosis complex Ulcerative colitis Zika

Red Pill Gospel Book

Red Pill Gospel

  • Author : Forrest Maready
  • Publisher : Independently Published
  • File Size : 9,5 Mb
  • Release Date : 2020-04-06
  • Genre: Uncategoriezed
  • Pages : 202
  • ISBN 10 : 9798629324430


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As Christianity, the world's most popular religion, approaches its 2,000-year anniversary, more have begun to question mainstream dogma than ever before. Whether political corruption, scientific fraud, medical tyranny, or many other topics, humans are waking up to the fact that much of what they were promised to be true was instead deception-lies meant to cloud the truth and give power to those who deceived them. This realization has caused many to question whether global warming is a man-made phenomenon. It has caused millions of parents to reconsider vaccines-once considered a sacrosanct rite of passage for any newborn child. What if the Christianity we were taught was similarly misrepresented? Within a few hundred years after the resurrection of Jesus, distortions began to creep into Christianity from the pagan belief systems which surrounded it. Over the course of hundreds of years, man-made doctrines have accumulated and warped the Christian faith so drastically many of its early believers would scarcely recognize it. The world's most popular religion is a far cry from the message Jesus preached through villages and towns during his ministry. For those unafraid to look, Red Pill Gospel peels back the layers of lies man has added to the gospel and reveals the beautiful hope inside.

Vaccines  The Biggest Medical Fraud in History Book
Score: 5
From 1 Ratings

Vaccines The Biggest Medical Fraud in History

  • Author : Trung Nguyen
  • Publisher :
  • File Size : 14,7 Mb
  • Release Date : 2021-10-23
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 437
  • ISBN 10 : 9781927091579


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NEW COVID-19 CHAPTER! "Polio is NOT even contagious or infectious (never proven to be). There is NO proof Polio is caused by a virus. There is NO evidence that anyone caught polio from another person in the family. There is NO evidence that any nurse or doctor caught polio from a patient." —Sheri Nakken, RN, MA Listed below are public health statistics (U.S. Public Health Reports) from the four states which adopted compulsory vaccination, and the figures from Los Angeles, California (similar results in other states available from books listed at the back of this booklet): TENNESSEE 1958: 119 cases of polio before compulsory shots 1959: 386 cases of polio after compulsory shots OHIO 1958: 17 cases of polio before compulsory shots 1959: 52 cases of polio after compulsory shots CONNECTICUT 1958: 45 cases of polio before compulsory shots 1959: 123 cases of polio after compulsory shots NORTH CAROLINA 1958: 78 cases of polio before compulsory shots 1959: 313 cases of polio after compulsory shots LOS ANGELES 1958: 89 cases of polio before shots 1959: 190 cases of polio after shots The decline of smallpox, as with many other infectious diseases, including diphtheria and scarlet fever, coincided with the sanitation reforms which were instituted in the late 1880s. Where obtainable, government health records from around the world showed that during the periods of the most intense and widespread vaccination, the incidence of and death rates from smallpox were highest. For instance, in Kansas City and Pittsburgh during the 1920s, lawsuits were initiated, and won, against doctors and medical societies for declaring smallpox epidemics when there were none, and for creating epidemics with their vaccination drives. Before 1903, smallpox was almost unknown in the Philippines, with occurrences in less than 3% of the population, and that in a mild form. The U.S. military went in and began vaccinating, and by 1905 the Philippines had its first major epidemic. Vaccination was made comp

Epidemics and Pandemics  Their Impacts on Human History Book

Epidemics and Pandemics Their Impacts on Human History

  • Author : Jo N. Hays
  • Publisher : ABC-CLIO
  • File Size : 9,6 Mb
  • Release Date : 2005-12-12
  • Genre: History
  • Pages : 513
  • ISBN 10 : 9781851096633


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Balancing current and historical issues, this volume of essays covers the most significant worldwide epidemics from the Black Death to AIDS. • Each of the 50 essays includes a bibliography for further reading on each subject and is cross-referenced to help the reader put the material into context • Glossary defines terms such as pandemic, germ theory, and virgin soil epidemic • Visuals such as an illustration of a 17th-century costume worn to ward off the plague and a photo of a panicked father carrying a polio-stricken daughter dramatize the effect of epidemics • Maps illustrate the spread of major pandemics, such as influenza in 1918 • Sidebars feature source documents, such as an eyewitness account of the death of composer Frédéric Chopin or clergyman Cotton Mather's description of smallpox inoculation in 1721

The Unvaccinated Child Book

The Unvaccinated Child

  • Author : Eli Camp Nd Dhanp
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • File Size : 9,7 Mb
  • Release Date : 2017-11
  • Genre: Alternative medicine
  • Pages : 286
  • ISBN 10 : 0999516523


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The Unvaccinated Child is an unparalleled naturopathic treatment guide for common childhood illnesses. Its style is reader friendly for parents without a medical background or for practitioners looking for treatment options to offer their patients. This is a practical must-have book for any parent whether their child has or has not been vaccinated.

Dissolving Illusions Book
Score: 5
From 1 Ratings

Dissolving Illusions

  • Author : Suzanne Humphries
  • Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • File Size : 13,5 Mb
  • Release Date : 2013
  • Genre: Communicable diseases
  • Pages : 0
  • ISBN 10 : 1480216895


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Starting in the mid-1800s, there was a steady drop in deaths from all infectious diseases, decreasing to relatively minor levels by the early 1900s. The history of that transformation involves famine, poverty, filth, lost cures, eugenicist doctrine, individual freedoms versus state might, protests and arrests over vaccine refusal, and much more. But the authors shows that vaccines, antibiotics, and other medical interventions are not responsible for the increase in lifespan and the decline in mortality from infectious diseases.

AIDS Inc Book
Score: 5
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  • Author : Jon Rappoport
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • File Size : 17,8 Mb
  • Release Date : 1988
  • Genre: Health & Fitness
  • Pages : 366
  • ISBN 10 : UCAL:B5041155


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Argues that AIDS is not caused by a virus, criticizes current AIDS research, and suggests the public is being misled by the drug companies, the federal government, and the media

The HPV Vaccine On Trial Book

The HPV Vaccine On Trial

  • Author : Mary Holland
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • File Size : 12,7 Mb
  • Release Date : 2018-09-25
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 544
  • ISBN 10 : 9781510710818


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A Groundbreaking Guide to the HPV Vaccine and the Science, Safety, and Business Behind It Cancer strikes fear in people’s hearts around globe. So the appearance of a vaccine to prevent cancer–as we are assured the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine will–seemed like a game-changer. Since 2006, over eighty countries have approved the vaccine, with glowing endorsements from the world’s foremost medical authorities. Bringing in over $2.5 billion in annual sales, the HPV vaccine is a pharmaceutical juggernaut. Yet scandal now engulfs it worldwide. The HPV Vaccine on Trial is a shocking tale, chronicling the global efforts to sell and compel this alleged miracle. The book opens with the vaccine’s invention, winds through its regulatory labyrinths, details the crushing denial and dismissal of reported harms and deaths, and uncovers the enormous profits pharma and inventors have reaped. Authors Holland, Mack Rosenberg, and Iorio drill down into the clinical trial data, government approvals, advertising, and personal accounts of egregious injuries that have followed in countries as far-flung as Japan, Australia, Colombia, India, Ireland, the U.K. and Denmark. The authors have written an unprecedented exposé about this vaunted vaccine. Written in plain language, the book is for everyone concerned – parents, patients, doctors, nurses, scientists, healthcare organizations, government officials, and schools. Ultimately, this book is not just about the HPV vaccine, but about how industry, government, and medical authorities may be putting the world’s children in harm’s way.

The Butterfly Book Book

The Butterfly Book

  • Author : William Jacob Holland
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • File Size : 20,6 Mb
  • Release Date : 1916
  • Genre: Butterflies
  • Pages : 382
  • ISBN 10 : CHI:15808985


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