Suzanne Somers, Jenny McCarthy and America's love of celebrity pseudoscience

Oct 29, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Salon

There's Jenny McCarthy, the current "View" cohost, whose activism against vaccines has given rise to a website tracking just how many have died due to vaccine-preventable illnesses.

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Whats wrong with tracingsafety of vaccines, or its side-effects. Why and what do they want to hide by not divulging vaccines side-effects. Who pays for these articles and their writer...Pharma?

Another reason to be vigilant prior to immunization if any
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Josh wrote:
Whats wrong with tracingsafety of vaccines, or its side-effects. Why and what do they want to hide by not divulging vaccines side-effects. Who pays for these articles and their writer...Pharma?
Another reason to be vigilant prior to immunization if any
Absolutely. My previous post was removed because of Topix censorship. You'd think opinions would be free from censorship, but not on Topix. They actually place a story about the USA vaccine court awarding for MMR caused autism, but censore me when I say so. This story tries to link Jenny McCarthy to others who are flaky. Its clever but dishonest. Jenny is no flake, but she is a threat to professional reputations, pharma profits and medical/ science dogma.

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