THE MERCK INSIDER — HighWire Episode 121

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THE MERCK INSIDER — HighWire Episode 121

Topics covered: the definition of “health”, Johnson and Johnson’s new lawsuit and a Merck insider joins us to talk about vaccines.

On this edition of The HighWire, we are joined by Jorge Araujo, a former employee of Merck who discusses his experience within the company. Jorge explains to us the decision process he made NOT to vaccinate his children.

Working with vaccines, Jorge did some investigating after his wife fell pregnancy around 18 years ago and found not enough research behind the vaccines to vaccinate his children. So he never did. He also explains how others from Merck also didn’t vaccinate their children. So why are we?

We also touch on the question “what is the definition of healthy?” According to pharmaceutical companies, managing diseases with multiple drugs is considered “healthy”. We think it needs to be reassessed. The real definition of health is “free from disease”.

Government officials are also willing to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable for the level of drugs on the market, however, as they say, “vaccines” are critical. What is the difference?

Johnson and Johnson have also recently been held responsible for their products after the word “heroin” has been related to the brand’s products.

Watch for more information on these topics!

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ORIGINAL AIR-DATE: July 25, 2019

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