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Tami Dennis

November 1, 2008 |  1:37 pm

Tami Dennis, who takes the word "skeptic" to previously uncharted territory, is the Times' Health and Science editor. She's adamant that pitches promoting awareness days, weeks or months are, by their nature, non-stories. And, because she's an adult, she refuses to use words like "veggies," "tummy" and "yummy."

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Re: Swine Flu Propaganda
Without exception the LA Time health writers are promoting this vaccine as the end all and be all. Yet not one of them has taken the time to do any research about the potential hazards of this vaccine. There are literally hundreds of doctors that oppose this vaccine. I would dare these writers to publish the ingredients in the vaccine, and I woulb bet that not one of them would allow themselves to be injected. I will mention just one and that is the adjuvant "squalene" this has been linked to the Gulf War Syndrome which resulted in thousands of cases of Guillame Barre. I would advise any one interested before they have their children vaccinated to check out Dr. Sherri Tenpenny's website or as an alternative do a search "swine flu vaccine+side effects"



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