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Michigan Legislator Seeks to Force Toxic 'Vaccines' On Girls
by Sathya Spreads
Email: newark27 (nospam) yahoo.com
14 Sep 2006
A drug dominated Michigan legislature
seeks to force cervical cancer 'vaccines'
onto girls. The Michigan dairy industry
marketed milk full of pbb's in the past
and is presently causing cervical cancer
as animal products mongers push
products containing carcinogenic female
hormones forced on captive animals,
hormones banned by the EU.
(Cervical cancer is caused by
the ingestion of animal and fish
flesh and animal products from
animals or waterways filled
with carcinogenic bovine growth
(sexual) hormones banned by the EU.
Rather than inform the public of this
Beverly Hammerstrom, pharmaceutical
pawn in Michigan, wants to force
girls to have toxic 'vaccines'.
Vaccines do not prevent cancer
but in some cases they cause it,
as many are developed in
egg cultures and are intrinsically
poisonous. Merck, maker of the 'vaccine' Gardasil, is being sued by hundreds
of thousands for its heart attack
engendering Vioxx. George Merck
developed bioterror weapons with the DOD)
ANIMAL RESEARCH IN MICHIGAN
Michigan has 1, primate rat and other animal suffering research
at UM in Ann Arbor, 2 a Pfizer lab in Kalamazoo in which a dog was
drowned in a washing machine,
3 a Lansing based pharmaceutically
funded group, 4. Michigan State
promotes the eating of animals
in a variety of ways 5. a Covance lab
in Kalamazoo 6. an animal activist
attack website in Kalamazoo
Covance 1 888 COVANCE is a major animal abuser
and has in the US offices in
* Michigan, Kalamazoo
* New Jersey
Michigan vivisectors want to force
girls to have toxic vaccines
By DAVID EGGERT
LANSING, Mich. Sep 12, 2006 (AP)— Michigan girls entering the sixth grade next year would have to be vaccinated against cervical cancer under legislation backed Tuesday by a bipartisan group of female lawmakers.
The legislation is the first of its kind in the United States, said Republican state Sen. Beverly Hammerstrom, lead sponsor.
The vaccine was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in June for use in girls and women and has been hailed as a breakthrough in cancer prevention. It prevents infections from some strains of the sexually transmitted human papilloma virus, which can cause cervical cancer and genital warts.
A government advisory panel said that ideally the vaccine should be given before girls become sexually active.
The American Cancer Society estimates 9,700 women nationwide will be diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2006, and 3,700 will die.
"We believe we can save the lives of these girls," Hammerstrom said.
Some conservatives around the country have expressed concern that schools would make the vaccine a requirement for enrollment. They have argued that requiring the vaccine would infringe on parents' rights and send a message that underage sex is OK.
The three-shot vaccination costs $360. Hammerstrom said most Michigan employers will cover the vaccine, and said uninsured girls could be covered through the federal government's Vaccines for Children program.
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