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Right to Know & Labeling package inserts


This was written because of human embryos being used to manufacture vaccines. But this points out that all the ingredients of vaccinations are NOT known and do not appear on the package insert. If they did, this law would not have been necessary... Physicians still do not know about peanut oil, and all the other food oils being used to manufacture vaccines. No physician would knowingly inject a fatally peanut-allergic patient with a product that contains peanut oil. The physicians right to foreknowledge on the source of vaccine ingredients is still being duly violated endangering patients. - BFG

Fair Labeling and Informed Consent Act 2007


In August of 2003, Australia passed legislation that ensures consumers have the right to know when human embryos, human embryonic stem cells or materials derived from embryos or stem cells are used in the manufacture or testing of pharmaceuticals....

However, package insert revisions alone are not sufficient since they are never given to patients unless the drug is new, therefore revisions must be made to both the package insert and VIS....

At present, Federal Law under 42 USC, §300aa-26 requires vaccine recipients or legal guardians of children to receive Vaccine Information Statements (VIS) published by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) prior to immunization for some, but not all vaccines. ...

Likewise, the physician’s right to informed consent or at least foreknowledge on the source of the vaccine ingredients was duly violated, causing severe damage to his own medical credibility and patient relationships. If the product labeling had contained clear, accurate information, both he and his patient would have had proper information to make a decision on the risks, benefits and moral concerns.

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