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The Infectious Myth – Autism and Neurodiversity with Tara Marshall

Tara Marshall is a woman with autism who was blocked by people who might be called neurodiversity extremists because she treats her condition, quite successfully, but not completely, with diet. Extremists claim that autism is simply a different way of thinking, and not an illness. This makes no sense if you have ever seen a video of a child with …

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The Infectious Myth – Revisiting the Milan Plague of 1629-1632

It might seem strange to revisit the Milan Plague of 1629-1632 but David asks questions that may never have been asked before: Why was the illnesses thought to be infectious in the 1600s? Did those who wrote a report afterwards have any evidence for the infectious theory? Why do we still think it is infectious when we probably would not …

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The Infectious Myth – HPV Vaccine Censorship in Australia – 08.21.18

David interviews the most dangerous woman who can’t get into Australia, Joan Shenton (censored again). When invited by Meryl Dorey and others to appear at screenings of her documentary on HPV vaccine damage and flawed science, “Sacrificial Virgins”, Joan was unable to get a visa. Normally something that takes a day or two, her application was set aside for special …

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The Infectious Myth – Homeopathy in the Heat in Canada – 08.14.18

Anke Zimmerman is a homeopath (and naturopath) in British Columbia, Canada, using traditional homeopathic remedies. Often the accusation against homeopathy is that the remedies are diluted so much that there is nothing there, therefore they cannot do any good. But when Anke posted a case report of a child with aggressive behavior who improved dramatically after receiving a remedy derived …

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The Infectious Myth – Constraining Psychotherapy in Canada with Grace Joubarne – 06.12.8

Grace Joubarne is an Ontario (Canada) clinical hypnotherapist who has been fighting a provincial law to regulate psychotherapy. She believes that this is an attempt by the pharmaceutical companies, mediated by a pliant government, to impose allopathic medicine (including psychiatric pharmaceuticals) as the sole modality for dealing with psychological issues. In her discussion with David she points out that psychotherapy …