Children

Clinical Trials in NYC Orphans

by Liam Scheff The following is evidence in the long-running investigation into the use of toxic drugs on orphans in New York City in the Incarnation Children’s Center orphanage and in New York’s major hospitals, and then in Aids medicine in general. Background on this story – here and here. Below is the ICC webpage [...]

Polio – Harper’s Magazine 1955

Who is responsible, and why, for the chaotic confusion over the polio inoculations? A noted medical journalist disentangles the essential facts. THE PEAK of the polio season usually comes in the second half of August or the first part of September. This year, we might have had substantially fewer cases of polio than usual. As [...]

How a Continuing Polio Epidemic is being Hidden

Excerpt from a chapter of “Fear of the Invisible” by Janine Roberts I have been told again and again by health authorities that the polio vaccine is a marvellous lifesaver – and I had accepted this on trust. As no one I knew doubted this, I had no reason to question it. I knew however [...]

Video – Liam Scheff on AIDS Drug Experiments in NYC Orphans

RTB: Liam Scheff talks about his long investigation into orphans used in NIH drug trials in New York City. Subtitles in Spanish.

Fatal Drug Error Kept From Family – Nevirapine

image661481x

Associated Press Dec. 16, 2004 | by Chris Hawke Never Told That Experimental AIDS Drugs Likely Killed Woman A family photograph of Joyce Hafford, who died in 2003 in an experimental drug regimen. (AP /APTN) (AP) A pregnant Tennessee woman who enrolled in federally funded research in hopes of saving her soon-to-be-born son from getting [...]

The ICC Investigation – Deaths in Studies with NYC Orphans – AHRP on the VERA Institute Report

January 29th, 2009 – ALLIANCE FOR HUMAN RESEARCH PROTECTION Promoting Openness, Full Disclosure, and Accountability http://www.ahrp.org and http://ahrp.blogspot.com The final report of the VERA Institute investigation commissioned in 2005 by the NYC Administration of Child Services will hardly put to rest the controversy surrounding a 20-year period during which children in foster care were subjected [...]

The Nazi Doctors

nazi-doctors2

A study of mid-20th Century medicine, and what faults must be constantly guarded against in science. Read it online at Holocaust-History.org, and at Google books.

On World Water Day, A Call for Improved Sanitation

audio clip

Source: http://www.voanews.com/english/archive/2008-03/2008-03-20-voa32.cfm By William Eagle Washington 20 March 2008 report on World Water Day – Download (MP3) report on World Water Day – Listen (MP3) Sanitation is the theme of this year’s World Water Day (March 20). UN development agencies are calling for greater public awareness and donor support for improving sanitation in the developing [...]

Nearly 40 percent of world’s population lacks access to a proper toilet

Source: http://www.apha.org/publications/tnh/archives/2008/May+2008/WebExclusives/ToiletWebEx.htm The Nation’s Health May 2008 Sixty-two per cent of Africans do not have access to an improved sanitation facility — a proper toilet — which separates human waste from human contact, according to the World Health Organization/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation. A global report will be published later this [...]

Water diaries tell of life in Cambodia

khfloatinghouse193

Source: http://www.alertnet.org/db/blogs/24453/2008/02/20-102524-1.htm 20 Mar 2008 10:25:00 GMT Written by: Becky Webb – A man transports his floating house up river near Chong Khneas floating village in Cambodia. REUTERS/Tim Chong Even now, during the dry season, water seems to penetrate all aspects of Cambodian culture. Thousands of Cambodians earn their living by rice farming, while many [...]

World Water Day – UNICEF

kidswater

Source: http://www.unicef.org/media/media_43306.html 6 in 10 Africans remain without access to proper toilet: poor sanitation threatens public health GENEVA, 20 March 2008 – Sixty-two percent of Africans do not have access to an improved sanitation facility — a proper toilet — which separates human waste from human contact, according to the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for [...]

Water and Sanitation

Source: http://www.sulabhenvis.in/pages/database_detail.asp?id=32 Every eight seconds a child dies of a water-related disease. Every year more than five million human beings die from illnesses linked to unsafe drinking water, unclean domestic environments and improper excreta disposal. At any given time perhaps one-half of all peoples in the developing world are suffering from one or more of [...]

Relief Groups Push Water Projects

Source: http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1058/is_/ai_n19328436 A FLEDGLING COALITION of religious groups is trying to show Americans that for too many people worldwide, clean drinking water isn’t as close as the kitchen tap. With more than 1 billion people in developing countries lacking readily available safe drinking water and 2.6 billion without access to sanitation, the faith community is [...]

Unsafe Drinking Water Blamed for 88% of World’s Disease

By Rachel Oliver December 20, 2007 Source: CNN (CNN) — The next time you fall sick and someone suggests it’s because of something in the water, they could be right. According to the World Bank, 88 percent of all diseases are caused by unsafe drinking water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene. Nanhu Lake in Chongqing, [...]

The ICC Investigation – Radio Interview with Liam Scheff, and ICC childcare worker Mimi Pascual on the Lizz Brown Show

The following transcript is taken from the 2005 radio interview on the Lizz Brown Show (lizzbrown.com), featuring Mimi Pascual, former ICC orphanage childcare worker and Liam Scheff, who broke and investigated the story. Mimi worked at ICC for 8 years over a ten year period. Her story is told in “Inside Incarnation” [Here] Listen to [...]