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Some "flu shots" given were long-term contraceptives.
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:MamaHasAwakened:MV8yMTIxMzMwXzM1NzkwMzc5X0FFRkU4MTc5] [quote:mopar28m:MV8yMTIxMzMwXzM1NzkwMzM2XzVBMkQ1OUVD] [quote:stillhere:MV8yMTIxMzMwXzM1NzkwMjk3X0Q2MDdFQkM3] Don't think for a moment they are not working on shots for boys too. Get rid of a population and move in and take their land, and resources. Does anyone really think there is any real concern about HPV? [/quote] EXACTLY!!!! [/quote] ABSOLUTELY!!!! [/quote]
link to www.haaretz.com
A government official has for the first time acknowledged the practice of injecting women of Ethiopian origin with the long-acting contraceptive Depo-Provera.
Health Ministry Director General Prof. Ron Gamzu has instructed the four health maintenance organizations to stop the practice as a matter of course. They were administered flu shots but got contraceptives as a "normal practice."
If you get this shot once, you have a 1 in 100 chance of getting a child (for approx 12 months.) The remainder of your life you have a 6 in 100 chance of getting a child.
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