This short article on “vaccine hesitancy” was submitted to the Vaccine Safety Quarterly (VSQ) Newsletter on 5/31/2020.Continue reading “An open letter to the medical profession”
It is a well-established fact that only 1% of vaccine reactions are reported. Here is an example of a post-vaccination adverse health outcome that should have been reported but was not.
The following is taken from email communications with a VaxCalc user (somebody whom I consider a warrior and friend) and published with her permission.Continue reading “Post-vaccination Crohn’s disease”
A Department of Defense study published in Volume 38, Issue 2, 10 January 2020, Pages 350-354 of The Vaccine Journal states that the odds of both coronavirus and human metapneumovirus in vaccinated individuals were significantly higher when compared to unvaccinated individuals.
One of the first people to see what VaxBot can do called it “a super crucial tool especially for those being forced to vaccinate and watching for reactions.”
What is VaxBot?Continue reading “VaxBot: rapidly safety-check a vaccine”
December 1996, CNN/Money
The lethal dangers of the billion-dollar vaccine business with government approval, drug companies sell vaccines that can leave your child brain damaged, can spread polio from your baby to you–and can even kill. Safer stuff is available. Here’s why you haven’t been getting it.
According to the FDA, “Viral vaccines and biological products contain contaminating residual DNA from cell substrate… DNA is a biologically active molecule whose activities pose a significant risk to vaccinees; thus, the amount of DNA needs to be limited and its activities reduced”Continue reading “FDA: risks of DNA from cell lines used in vaccines”
When creating new VaxCalc features, we like to use Heroku’s review-apps for testing them in a production-like environment. Manually updating the Stripe test webhook url with every new review-app deployment was starting to become a pain, so we created a rake test to do the following:Continue reading “Update Stripe webhook after deploying Heroku review-app”
This beautiful tribute website to baby Ian, who died from a Hep-B vaccine adverse reaction, has been down for many months, possibly years. However – we captured it a few years ago along with the Vaccine Court acknowledgement that the vaccine did indeed cause his death.Continue reading “Our child died of an adverse reaction to the hepatitis B vaccine”
When we first setup a Heroku pipeline using review apps, the best way to manage credentials wasn’t clear. Here’s what we came up, which is working really well and gives us great flexibility.Continue reading “Managing Rails app Stripe credentials in a Heroku pipeline”