Canada Is Being Shipped Acetaminophen to Fight RSV and Flu Due to a "Shortage"? Watch Polly Tommey, Louis Conte and I Discuss Acetaminophen
Dear Canada: Pay Heed if You Are Vaccinating Your Child
Leave it to Pharma to act like a shortage exists for a toxic product to drum up demand.
BBC News has reported that “Canada (is) getting (a) foreign supply of pain meds next week” and laments that Canadian parents “have had to deal with a months-long shortage of children pain medication”. Their reporters need to consult the science on acetaminophen: it should come with a warning for a contraindication for use to prevent or treat fevers caused by vaccination (See: The Moms Were Right).
From the BBC Story: “More than one million bottles of children's pain medication will hit shelves in Canada next week, federal health officials have announced.
The news will bring relief to Canadian parents who for months have grappled with a shortage of children's ibuprofen and acetaminophen (Advil and Tylenol).
The nationwide scarcity has collided with an unusual spike of viruses, like respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
The incoming supply will be given to hospitals, pharmacies and retailers…”
Readers of Popular Rationalism already know that studies have shown that exposure to Acetaminophen following vaccination has been linked to neurodevelopmental disorders.
You can watch the saint of autistic children Polly Tommey, Louis Conte and I discuss this issue in today’s Good Morning CHD
Watch “Autism Lawsuit With James Lyons-Weiler, Ph.D. + Louis Conte” Nov. 19th, 2022
Science. Objectivity. Compassion. You’re in the right place.
Oh. yay. More poison
Heard an ad on the car radio looking for participants in a new class action lawsuit involving acetaminophen and autism.