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Another URL to study: http://www.giveblood.org/donating/autodirected.htm and http://www.sunmed.org/autotrans.html
As per this: http://www.cps.ca/english/statements/fn/fn02-02.htm Quote: If the blood is obtained from first- or second-degree relatives, it should be irradiated (14,49) to prevent graft-versus-host disease, which may otherwise occur (54). Leucocyte- reduction filters do not safely prevent graft-versus-host disease and are not an alternative method (50). Unless an infant had a previous in utero transfusion or a directed blood donation has been used from a...
Quote: Originally Posted by pregomonster A friend of mine told me to address my question to the two of you specifically, I hope that's ok. Obviously all are welcome to reply. I have a four week old daughter with down's syndrome. We found out at two weeks that she has a heart defect that will require surgery at about 6 months of age. My husband and I have spent the last year trying to change our very American diet to that of nourishing traditions. ...
This is for those who believe that the WHO knows everything: http://whqlibdoc.who.int/bulletin/19...4)_367-375.pdf Page five second para on the left. This is an article talking about vaccinating sick kids in hospital. Quote: Since there are virtually no contraindications to measles vaccination, measles vaccine should be administered regardless of the patient's health status. Measles vaccination is particularly important for malnourished children...
And you reply with: Not, but you're one of these no doubt http://whqlibdoc.who.int/bulletin/19...4)_367-375.pdf ~ See page five second para on the left. This is an article talking about vaccinating sick kids in hospital. Quote: Since there are virtually no contraindications to measles vaccination, measles vaccine should be administered regardless of the patient's health status. Measles vaccination is particularly important for malnourished...
I was about to deal to the grammar when I saw you had quoted it, so I couldn't do it. Most mothers want to give their babies the best possible start in life... All mothers like to think they could be good mothers. I think that the education system doesn't teach mothers how to think laterally, and that's part of the problem. Which means that unfortunately, by the time you've learned how to be a mother, you've already made a whole heap of mistakes....
Quote: Originally Posted by 2kids-mommy Just a thought: If aluminum hydroxide was that neurotoxic, wouldn't there be a lot more people with brain damage, since it is found in most popular antacids such as Mylanta (200mg per dose)? Do a medline search and read the papers showing the neurotoxicity of aluminium when injected. Chris Shaw's study is only one. There are heaps of studies showing that aluminium is not good for the brain. And what...
It's not. The grammar is appalling. It's like choking on gravel.
I don't know how we can change it Gitti. The problem is, its people like Gates who have the money, because people like us have bought microsoft programmes. In terms of what I can do, two years ago, I funded the airfares for two Sri Lankan doctors from here to go there, and also sent them on a buying spree, where they could buy whatever they needed to set up field surgeries. They were able to bargain down prices, and we paid for two containers to fly to Sri Lanka. ...
To me, when I evaluate the equation of being a mother to a child, the only equation is what can I do in all aspects of life to give my child the best possible start in life? Therefore, these are things that anyone should do. It's not an issue of if I don't vaccinate I should do X, Y or Z [u]to make up for that[/u[] . These are things I would do regardless. It's part of what I consider my role, in my family, for what I consider we need to be as healthy as we can be.
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