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Archive | December, 2015

Chemotherapy

Originally derived from the deadly mustard gas that was used as chemical warfare in World War I, the oldest and most common type of chemotherapy used today are called alkylating agents, and most “groups” of chemotherapy fall under this umbrella term. Cancer is the mutation, uncontrolled growth and errant replication of cells that are exposed to  Full Article…

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Artificial Sweeteners

High intensity sweeteners are synthetic compounds manufactured in a laboratory to contain a “sweetness profile” hundreds of times greater than that of table sugar. These compounds have been derived from questionable “agents” that are artificial and wreak havoc on the human body. Aspartame itself is over 200 times sweeter than sucrose. Most people can easily  Full Article…

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MMR Vaccine – Measles, Mumps, Rubella

Under Appendix B, listed on the CDC website and updated as of February, 2015, you will find the ingredients for the MMR (MMR-II), the combination vaccines that contain recombinant human albumin, sorbitol, hydrolized gelatin, chick (egg) embryo cell culture, human diploid lung fibroblasts, and fetal bovine serum, among other certain preservatives and chemical adjuvants. In  Full Article…

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The New York Times

The Pulitzer prize-grabbing New York Times or “NYT” began as the New-York Daily Times in 1851. A Whig Party member by the name of Henry Jarvis Raymond, politician and journalist, founded the paper, which at the time sold for one penny. Six years later, the word “Daily” was dropped from the name, but they didn’t  Full Article…

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International Agency for Research on Cancer – IARC

The IARC is an intergovernmental agency formed 50 years ago that is part of the World Health Organization (WHO) which is part of the United Nations, with main offices based in France. Their first members included Germany, France, Italy, Australia, UK, Soviet Union and the United States. Today there are more than two dozen member  Full Article…

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Syngenta AG

Syngenta AG is the world’s largest crop chemical producer–a biotechnology company. Sales of Syngenta AG’s chemical genetically modified (GMO) seeds is about the same amount in US dollars as the entire organic food business, according to 2014 statistics, which equates to $15 billion per year. A global Swiss agrochemical business formed in 2000 in a  Full Article…

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Bayer

A German chemical pharmaceutical company specializing in human and veterinary drugs, agricultural chemicals and biotechnology (GMO), Bayer AG was founded back in the 1860s, and was consumed by the Big Pharma conglomerate IG Farben, short for Interessengemeinschaft Farben, during the Nazi reign before and during WWII. After the war, IG Farben was redistributed into smaller  Full Article…

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