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Previously, all you needed to do was click below to hear Dr. Horowitz tell Fox News national that the West Nile Virus fright was an outrageous fraud and the toxic pesticide sprayings were lethal to public health.
Fox never invited Dr. H back after that. It was his third time on the network!
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Health Science Communications for People Around the
Date Mailed: Aug. 6, 2002
For Immediate Release
Contact: Elaine Zacky—208/265-2575; 800/336-9266
Public Health Expert Calls West Nile Virus
Pesticide Spraying Program
Sandpoint, ID — News reports about threatened West Nile Virus (WNV) infections spreading across America have missed the much greater risks posed by chemical sprayings. This mosquito control program is “madness” according to a leading public health authority whose proof is in a new book being donated to libraries and legislators nationwide.
Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, a Harvard graduate independent
investigator, and author of more than thirteen books including the
national bestseller, Emerging
Viruses: AIDS & Ebola, says spraying pesticides to
combat mosquitoes suspected of carrying the West Nile Virus (WNV)
has not been scientifically proven to be either safe for humans
or effective against the disease. Spraying malathion, a suspected
human chemical carcinogen and known immune system blocker, or its
alternate, Anvil 10:10, violates a basic tenant of public health
practice that requires foreknowledge of the risks and proven benefits
of the policy before it is implemented, he says.
There is substantial evidence linking exposure to these airborne chemicals to cancer and genetic damage, the doctor maintains. For this reason he has urged political and public health officials to stop what he calls “imprudent practices that are clearly lethal to people.”
In support of his activism, the publisher of Dr.
in the Air (Tetrahedron; 1-888-508-4787) has donated more
than 1,000 copies to libraries and legislators. His documentation
comes “highly recommended” in the July, 2002 issue of
LIBRARY JOURNAL, the nation’s leading academic library
Henry A. Wallace of the Institute for Alternative Agriculture has also voiced concern saying, “I think people, by now, would know that heavy applications of pesticide have not been the right way to go” in-so-far-as halting the spread of threatening diseases. “Spraying people with pesticide that do not want to be sprayed must be morally wrong.”
Dr. Horowitz says, “This spraying policy violates ethical, moral, and scientific standards. To give people the proof and power to resist this madness I’ve even lifted the copyright on the book. People should photocopy and circulate the stunning evidence at townhall meetings for the benefit of their communities and conscientious policy- akers considering or debating this pesticide spraying issue.”
More information and free book applications link to: http://www.tetrahedron.org.
NOTE TO JOURNALISTS: For an interview or article
on this area of Dr. Horowitz’s research, please call Jackie
Lindenbach at 1-800-336-9266.
229 Gypsy Bay Road • Sagle, ID 83860 • 208-265-2575
• (FAX) 208-265-2775 • http://www.tetrahedron.org
Listen to Dr. Horowitz speak on this subject on the Internet at
this address http://www.tetrahedron.org/ram/westnile.ram
To gain much, much more life and health-saving advice, order your copy of Healing Celebrations: Miraculous Recoveries through Ancient Scriptures, Natural Medicine and Modern Science today by calling toll free: 1-888-508-4787 or linking to http://www.tetrahedron.org.
of Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz and Tetrahedron Publishing Group, 206
North 4th Avenue, Suite 147, Sandpoint, Idaho
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