One man has a message for the medical establishment when it comes to the incessant demand from health professionals that we vaccinate for viruses like H1N1: vaccines may cause more harm then good.
Curtis Cost, a Bronx resident and author, is publishing a second edition of his book Vaccines Are Dangerous – A Warning to the Global Community. Cost challenges the claim that H1N1 Swine Flu represents a public health emergency, and argues that statistics cited by public health experts have been manipulated to cause panic.
The new book, which is due out in November from The Secrets Publishing, contends that the vaccines against H1N1 and other viruses contain ingredients that no rational person would want to inject into their bodies.
“If you look at the H1N1 vaccine you will find that it contains mercury, which is the second most toxic substance on earth,” Cost said. “It also contains Squalene, which the body’s immune system produces on its own. When Squalene is injected into the body, it causes the immune system to fight with itself, because it is not used to having that substance enter the body that way.”
In addition to other harmful ingredients, Cost said that the vaccine contains cancer cells from animals. According to Cost, such ingredients are common among all types of different vaccines.
Cost has appeared on national and local television and radio programs including Tony Brown’s Journal, The Gary Byrd Show, Governor David Paterson on W.L.I.B., and Night Talk with Bob Law. He is a graduate of Vassar College and earned his M.B.A. from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
Cost is especially concerned that blacks and Latinos are not being adequately informed about all of the risks linked to H1N1 and other vaccines – which include everything from minor side effects to death.
Cost also said that doctor error is the leading cause of death in the United States, and encourages all people to begin researching and questioning all medical treatments, including vaccinations.
“Doctor error is a cause of death for 250,000 people each year in the United States [by some estimates],” Cost said. “With H1N1 Swine Flu virus, there are a few hundred deaths. I would like to know where the emergency is?”
Cost’s website is www.vaccin
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