Jeanice Barcelo is offering Part 1 of her very thorough and wondrous new book on ultrasound for a special price.
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This book offers a ground-breaking analysis of the documented facts concerning the dangers of prenatal ultrasound. Much of the information contained herein has been previously kept hidden from the public. Nonetheless, the book contains nearly 300 pages of sourced material, along with 1300+ citations to confirm that prenatal ultrasound is harming developing babies and should be banned from obstetrics immediately.
Despite the medical establishment repeating the mantra that ultrasound is “just sound waves” and therefore “perfectly safe” during pregnancy, in truth, ultrasound is based on non-ionizing radiation, and many thousands of studies have confirmed that this type of radiation is harmful, especially for children and developing babies in the womb.
As a result of exposure to ultrasound in utero, children are at great risk of being born with radiation-induced genetic mutations that can negatively affect future generations. They may experience damaging reproductive effects that can lead to fertility issues and sterility later in life. They may suffer from radiation-induced brain damage and/or neurodevelopmental delays that can contribute to autism. And there are many childhood diseases that can be traced back to exposure to ultrasonic irradiation in utero.
Parents who care about the welfare of their children will benefit from understanding the facts about this technology and all technologies that utilize non-ionizing radiation (cell phones, cordless phones, baby monitors, etc.). It is time to take a stand to protect the children.
This book is being offered in the spirit of love and in the hope that the information contained in the book will benefit families worldwide. Thank you for caring about the future of Earth’s children and for passing this information on to others.
I am offering an early-bird special price between now and April 15, 2019. Take $5 off the cost of the regular price of the book which is $35, now reduced to $30.