False positives and hysterical hypes

The below was found to be untrue because of knowledge brought forth by experts . However beware of the vaccines they have a bad vaccine in strawberry health clinic. Administered to a baby hence "baby jane". Spinal problems .the vaccine ate a hole in her mothers arm.People who do not have health care abuse and are abusing people who have health care trying to get them to provide drugs to them and medical services. This included abide in their unawares. Even creating scenarios to injury for pain medication. Wikipedia

The oral polio vaccine (OPV) AIDS hypothesis suggests that the AIDS pandemicoriginated from live polio vaccines prepared inrhesus macaque tissue cultures and then administered to up to one million Africans between 1957 and 1960 in experimental mass vaccination campaigns.[1][2]

Data analyses in molecular biology andphylogenetic studies contradict the OPV AIDS hypothesis; consequently, scientific consensus regards the hypothesis as disproven.[3][4][5][6] The journal Nature has described the hypothesis as "refuted".[7]

Oral polio vaccine

Oral polio vaccines were developed in the late 1950s by several groups, including those led by Albert SabinHilary Koprowski and H. R. Cox.[10] A poliovirus type 1 strain called SM was reported in 1954. A less virulent version of the SM strain was reported by Koprowski in 1957. The name of the vaccine strain was “CHAT” after "Charlton", the name of the child who was the donor of the precursor virus.[11] The Sabin, Koprowski and Cox vaccines "were clinically tested in millions of individuals and found to be safe and effective". Because monkey trials found fewer side effects with the Sabin vaccine, in the early 1960s, the Sabin vaccine was licensed in the USA and its use supported by the World Health Organization.[10]


I heard that a French man named Louis foulcault was the grand father of this nasty virus. That it was believed that German migrated it to the USA and that the beaches was the host and was the medi to which polio was contracted. 


From sand! Much like our microchips. 


People are waiting and preparing themselves for the news. , the reason not allowing negros to drink from our water fountain was not just prejudice it was because so many Africans has syphillus.

The Baby Doe Law or Baby Doe Amendment is the name of an amendment to the Child Abuse Law passed in 1984 in theUnited States that sets forth specific criteria and guidelines for the treatment of seriously ill and/or disabled newborns, regardless of the wishes of the parents.

Details of the lawEdit

The Baby Doe Law mandates that states receiving federal money for child abuse programs develop procedures to report medical neglect, which the law defines as the withholding of treatment unless a baby is irreversibly comatose or the treatment is "virtually futile" in terms of the newborn's survival. Assessments of a child's quality of life are not valid reasons for withholding medical care.

Background of the law

Changes in the regulations over time

Actual text of the lawEdit

The following text is found under theeligibility requirements for federal funding in U.S.C.A. TITLE 42, CHAPTER 67, Sec. 5106a.Grants to States for child abuse and neglect prevention and treatment programs:

(B) an assurance that the State has in place procedures for responding to the reporting of medical neglect (including instances of withholding of medically indicated treatment from disabled infants with life-threatening conditions), procedures or programs, or both (within the State child protective services system), to provide for--
(i) coordination and consultation with individuals designated by and within appropriate health-care facilities;
(ii) prompt notification by individuals designated by and within appropriate health-care facilities of cases of suspected medical neglect (including instances of withholding of medically indicated treatment from disabled infants with life-threatening conditions); and
(iii) authority, under State law, for the State child protective services system to pursue any legal remedies, including the authority to initiate legal proceedings in a court of competent jurisdiction, as may be necessary to prevent the withholding of medically indicated treatment from disabled infants with life threatening conditions;

The Case of Baby Jane Doe


Oct. 11, 1983 - Baby Jane Doe is born at University Hospital at Stony Brook, New York. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services receives a hotline complaint that Baby Jane Doe may be a victim of denial of medically beneficial care for her spina-bifida (an opening in the spinal column).

Oct. 1983 - The first physician who examines Baby Jane Doe recommends surgery. The first judge who hears the evidence orders surgery. Her parents refuse to consent and receive court approval to pursue custodial care only. During the ensuing court battle, Baby Jane Doe undergoes surgery, which will allow her to talk, laugh, and attend school in a wheelchair in the future.

Nov.17, 1983 - HHS, denied access to the medical records by University Hospital, is forced to commence legal action to obtain the medical records for Baby Jane Doe and is denied the records by the Federal District Court.

Feb. 23, 1984 - A three-judge panel of the 2nd Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals, rules 2-1 that the government may not have access to the medical records of Baby Jane Doe, saying that Congress had not intended Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to apply to cases involving denial of medical treatment to handicapped newborns.

May 8, 1984 - The Justice Department files a request with the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals asking the entire 12-member court to rehear the government’s Baby Jane Doe case.

Mar. 13, 1984 - The American Medical Association and five other medical groups file suit in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York to invalidate the Administration’s new Baby Doe regulation on the basis of the 2nd Circuit decision, claiming that efforts to investigate "alleged discrimination in treatment decisions involving impaired new born infants" are contrary to congressional intent. The judge delays ruling on the regulation, but issues a verbal warning against enforcement of the regulation in the meantime. ( AHA & AMA v. Heckler)

May 17, 1984 - The Second Circuit Court of Appeals denies the Justice Department’s request for rehearing the Baby Jane Doe case.

May 23, 1984 - U.S. District Court Southern District of New York grants summary judgment in AHA & AMA v. Heckler invalidating the Administration’s Baby Doe regulation saying that they were promulgated without statutory authority.

June 11, 1984 - The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York issues its final injunction order against the Baby Doe regulation, declaring it "invalid and unlawful" and halting any further implementation of the regulation, including any investigation of charges of medical neglect of handicapped newborns.

July 26, 1984 - The Baby Doe provisions of the Child Abuse Amendments of 1984 pass the U.S. Senate by a voice vote.

Aug. 17, 1984 - The Justice Department decides to drop efforts to obtain medical records of Baby Jane Doe, but appeals injunction against Baby Doe regulation to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. (AHA & AMA v. Heckler)

Oct. 9, 1984 - President Reagan signs the Child Abuse Amendments of 1984, making it illegal for doctors to withhold nourishment or medically indicated treatments unless the infant is comatose, the treatment will promote its death or is "futile in terms of the survival of the infant."

Dec. 10, 1984 - In order to implement the Baby Doe provisions of the Child Abuse Amendments of 1984, HHS publishes a proposed regulation which closely follows the expressed intent of Congress. Receipt of federal funds for child abuse programs will be dependent on the states assuring that denial of ordinary medical treatment for handicapped babies will be treated as a form of child abuse or neglect and responded to accordingly with legal remedies.


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