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Topics: contraceptive vaccine

Who’s Behind the Program to Sterilize Kenyan Women Without Their Consent?



In Paul Ehrlich’s crude fantasy, The Population Bomb, “compulsory birth regulation” was to be achieved by polluting the water supply with “mass sterilizing agents.” But more sophisticated population controllers dreamed of a contraceptive vaccine that would, with the stick of a needle, sterilize women for years, or a lifetime. This dream became a reality in the early 1990s, when researchers learned that mixing human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-HCG) with tetanus toxoid resulted in a vaccine that not only protected …

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Blasted Ovaries: The Failure of Contraceptive Vaccines



A leading medical researcher recently abandoned thirty years of contraceptive vaccine research because she found that the female body refused to attack its own reproduction. Science once again affirms the incorrigible strength of the female physical design. Be it in rural China, the African bush, or the metropolitan West, women’s bodies are daily barraged with a plethora of attacks on their reproductive functions. Pills, patches, surgical inserts, foaming tablets all to stop the woman’s system …

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Blasted Ovaries: The Failure of Contraceptive Vaccines



A leading medical researcher recently abandoned thirty years of contraceptive vaccine research because she found that the female body refused to attack its own reproduction. Science once again affirms the incorrigible strength of the female physical design. Be it in rural China, the African bush, or the metropolitan West, women’s bodies are daily barraged with a plethora of attacks on their reproductive functions. Pills, patches, surgical inserts, foaming tablets all essay to stop the woman’s …

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