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(No bake) raspberry lemonade cheesecake

{No bake} raspberry lemonade cheesecake. Made these- added some cream cheese to make them thicker. Very tangy and yummy!

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from Upworthy

16 years ago, a doctor published a study. It was completely made up, and it made us all sicker.

Do you know the truth about the connection between vaccines and autism? Hint: Science knows.

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Courts quietly confirm MMR Vaccine causes Autism - July 27, 2013. Austin. After decades of passionate debate, parents probably missed the repeated admissions by drug companies and governments alike that vaccines do in fact cause autism. For concerned parents seeking the truth, it’s worth remembering that the exact same people who own the world’s drug companies also own America’s news outlets. Finding propaganda-free information has been difficult, until now.

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From 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 88: Autism is Worse Than an Epidemic, It’s a Disaster! Congressional testimony from Rep. Dan Burton on the rising Autism rates. Congressman Burton believes one of the biggest factors in causing autism is mercury in vaccines.

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from the Guardian

No link between MMR and autism, major study concludes

No link between MMR and Autism

from the Guardian

No link between MMR and autism, major study concludes

No link between MMR and autism, major study concludes | Society | The Guardian

photo by Vaxxed; link goes to report on Dr William Thompson, Senior CDC Scientist turned whistleblower. He and colleagues threw out data,( in 2014)that shows a link between MMR vaccine and autism.

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Dr. Andrew Wakefield reveals shocking news about MMR vaccine in the Vaccine World Summit audio series available now

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CDC Whistleblower Admits 2 Destroying Vaccine Study Documents Proving The Link Between MMR Vaccine and Autism

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from 538 Refugees

In the Wakefield

Andrew Wakefield:In 1999, "...Wakefield and co-authors published a study in the prestigious British medical journal The Lancet which claimed a strong association between the use of combined mumps-measles-rubella (MMR) vaccine and autism....Problem is, it’s all lies."