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Audio version of the novel read by the author. Resources of all studies and articles discussed are available at www.JohnPhillipRyan.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-ryan28/support

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Rank #1: Author's Corner: Chapter 32 Discussion

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Should vaccine policymakers make vaccine choices for children based on what's best for kids as individuals and as a collective, or should they also consider the well-being of vaccine makes as well? If these policymakers held stock in or were paid by pharma, would that influence their decisions or can they set that aside and be objective? If the right choice would end up bringing down someone's bottom line, would anyone be brave enough to make that call? Or is it just easier to keep everyone happy?

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Jan 15 2021

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Rank #2: Chapter 32: The Seven (a Chapter on making vaccines mandatory)

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What criteria do our medical leaders use to make vaccine policy? Is their primary goal to increase vaccination rates, or to help make kids healthier? Are these two endpoints really the same, scientifically speaking? Of course, they must be . . . how can they not? Find out what happens when those who hold the fate of the world's children in their hands are faced with the ultimate decision: allow families to choose their own path to health, or do it for them -- for their own good and the good of all. 

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Jan 14 2021

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Rank #3: Author's Corner: Chapter 31 Discussion

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JPR reviews the science, or lack thereof, behind the claims that the flu shot reduces severity of disease, hospitalization, and mortality, and shows you how to quickly prove such science doesn't exist to those around do. He also reviews what flu shot claims ARE valid, from a scientific viewpoint. And given there's no evidence the vaccine reduces person to person transmission (and yes, he shows you how to prove that too), mandating this vaccine for school or employment isn't justified. 

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Jan 01 2021

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Rank #4: Chapter 31: The Scarlet Nametag (A chapter on influenza and the flu vaccine)

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Nurse Anna knows the truth, and she's willing to put her reputation and carreer on the line to stand up for the truth. Evangeline thought she knew it too, and thought she was making the right choice. But will her decision cost her her child's life? Will these two courageous women find solace in each other? And what happens when others begin to discover their secret? Will hate and prejudice reign, or will love and equality win the day?

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Dec 31 2020

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Rank #5: Author's Corner: Chapter 30 Discussion

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Why doesn't mumps have it's very own chapter? Isn't it worth talking about like all the other diseases? Doesn't it make everyone sterile? JPR answers these questions, and more ... including the claim that the company that makes this vaccine faked its efficacy research and is now defending themselves in federal court. 

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Dec 25 2020

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Rank #6: Chapter 30: Who Doesn't Like Chipmunks? (A chapter on mumps and mumps vaccine)

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When another mumps outbreak strikes, one would expect Francine to be excited. After all, the media do their job well in getting their flock to line up for an extra dose of MMR -- just in case. But something has Francine worried, and those who fight for truth and transparency just won't go away. Will the public discover a possible dark truth behind the mumps vaccine before it's too late?

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Dec 24 2020

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Rank #7: Author's Corner: Chapter 29 Discussion

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JPR exands on the real-life events that inspired this chapter, including his own experience with the California Legislature as he watched them create a law that would eventually allow school districts to remove all vaccine-injured children from schools. Will these kids be left by the wayside in every state, or will Americans stand up for the rights of these kids, and for children everywhere, and force their elected officials to do the right thing?

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Dec 18 2020

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Rank #8: Chapter 29: The Long Bus (a chapter on mandatory vaccines for children with special needs)

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Federal law (IDEA law) guarantees full access to equal education for all children with special needs. States cannot discriminate against them and deny them entrance to school for any reason -- even those who don't continue vaccination due to vaccine injury. Now that many California school districts are choosing to break this federal law, and kick these kids out of schools, will other states follow suit? Will anyone in the public school system try to stand up for these children?

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Dec 17 2020

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Rank #9: Author's Corner: Chapter 28 Discussion

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Find out more about JPR's real-life experience working in a hospital that inspired this chapter. 

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Dec 11 2020

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Rank #10: Chapter 28: Good Mom/Bad Mom (a chapter on rotavirus disease and vaccine)

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Two moms, two babies, two nurses, two medical emergencies, and one doctor to straighten it all out. Find out what happens when two moms make very different choices for their babies and they both end up side by side, supporting each other. Which baby seems better off in the end? Which mom made the better choice? What happens when a cure is potentially worse than the disease? 

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Dec 10 2020

18mins

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