One of the biggest controversies of out time is the question of whether vaccines are good or bad. Are they a wonderful development of modern medicine that saves lives and protects against infectious diseases or are they a cruel hoax that makes billions in profits for pharmaceutical companies while decreasing lifespan and inflicting debilitating side effects? We think the weight of evidence is greatly in favor of a negative verdict, and these DVDs present the reasons we think so.
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|Are Vaccines Safe?|
A 3-hour seminar that answers with a resounding NO (DVD)
This seminar is conducted by Mary Tocco, an educator on natural health with special expertise in the side effects of vaccines. Drawing on scientific documents from government agencies and university laboratories, she identifies the toxic components of vaccines, how they are related to autism and other childhood disorders, and how vaccines interfere with the development of a normal immune system. DVD, 3 hours, 2 disks. Normally $24.95
|Vaccines; What CDC Documents and Science Reveal (DVD)|
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny shows that the Center for Disease Control is an ardent promoter of vaccines. Yet, from its own research documents, we learn that vaccines are neither safe nor effective. The information contained in this DVD could spare adults from further vaccine-induced injuries and spare children from a lifetime of mental, physical, and immunological limitations. 2-hours.
|Vaccines; The Risks, The Benefits, The Choices(DVD)|
This presentation by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny offers a comprehensive overview of each vaccine available. It guides you step-by-step through each shot and offers facts regarding the risks of contracting the very infections from which we hope we are being protected. It shows how vaccines compromise the immune system, which sets us up for a wide range of infections in later life. 3 hours