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Malaria: Kenya, Ghana and Malawi get first vaccine

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Since then, failures to monitor foetal heart rates have contributed to the deaths of five babies.

Brain Tumour Charity cautious about Italy mobile phone ruling

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Shops agree to limit sugary drinks sales in hospitals

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GOVERNMENT SLAVES. Adults Targeted as Federal Government Prepares to Track the Unvaccinated-Big Government is Partnering with Your Employer, Community & Religious Organizations

During the National Vaccine Advisory Committee’s (NVAC) February meeting, American adults were put on notice by Big Brother that non-compli…

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0 Aug 23, 2016

An MD tells the truth about vaccines There is nothing safe about them - Is the risk worth the dubious reward

http://wacptv.ning.com/video/suzanne-humphries-on-vaccines-an-md-tells-the-truth-about-vaccine

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0 Aug 10, 2016

A sexually transmitted disease the world thought it eradicated is coming back at an alarming rate

In recent months, newspapers around the country have published stories that sound like they could have been written 100 years ago. Indiana’…

Started by Universal Divine Being AUSET

1 Jul 4, 2016
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The US is experiencing a 'dramatic rise' in heroin-related deaths, CDC says

Heroin use in the US has more than doubled since 2007. In 2013, more than 500,000 people said that they had used heroin in the past year —…

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1 Apr 15, 2016
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Al Gore Promotes Population Control: Africans Must Have Their Fertility “Managed”. “Africa is projected to have more people than China and India by mid-century —

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There is an epidemic of medical identity theft. New Study Says Over 2 Million Americans Are Victims Of Medical Identity Theft

Within the past few weeks we have seen the hacking of the Affordable Care Act's HealthCare.gov as well as a massive data breach at Communit…

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0 Apr 7, 2015

Who is respsonsibie for the Ebola Outbreak. U.S. is Responsible for the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa: Liberian Scientist

egood@wrote Today at 3:31 AM Can we accept the truth are believe the lies? Lets the examine the following:   Search reveals who is respons…

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1 Oct 19, 2014
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“There is no natural disease called Ebola,” Ebola a “weaponized virus”

“There is no natural disease called Ebola,” according to Dr. Abdul Alim Muhammad, minister of health and human services for the Nation of I…

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0 Oct 7, 2014

ANM Water is the new oil-Afrika ongoing water conflict-Without water, we wouldn't last very long at all.

ANM Water is the new oil-Afrika ongoing water conflict-Without water, we wouldn't last very long at all. see video http://wacptv.ning.com/v

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1 Sep 30, 2014
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Sierra Leone WHO Representative is clearly a sick man!!AIDS and Ebola Viruses Were "Man-Made:"Expert Shocks National Radio Audience. 10 Scariest Bioweapons

Sierra Leone WHO Representative is clearly a sick man!!MORE-VIDEOhttp://livinginblack.ning.com/forum/topics/sierra-leone-who-representative…

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