Sunday, February 7, 2010

World's first monkey study on vaccines shows stark differences between vaccinated monkeys and unvaccinated monkeys...

Are excessive childhood vaccinations causing autism and other neurological diseases?

It's hard to believe that full-fledged independent clinical studies on that question have simply never been carried out.

Now, a study has been carried out in which young monkeys have been given the Hepatitus B vaccine at age two weeks, mimicking the U.S. vaccine schedule.

The study found that the vaccinated monkeys suffered the loss of many reflexes that are critical for survival.

Interestingly, while the study is being sent to various peer-reviewed medical journals for publication, a concerted and virulent attack against the lead study author, Dr. Andrew Wakefield, is being carried out in the news media.

Isn't it wonderful when overlapping corporate interests don't want the general public to know something?

-- Spencer

Quote from article at above link:

Dr. Wakefield is the co-author, along with eight other distinguished scientists from institutions like the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Kentucky, and the University of Washington, of a set of studies that explore the topic of vaccinated versus unvaccinated neurological outcomes using monkeys.

The first phase of this monkey study was published three months ago in the prestigious medical journal Neurotoxicology, and focused on the first two weeks of life when the vaccinated monkeys received a single vaccine for Hepatitis B, mimicking the U.S. vaccine schedule. The results, which you can read for yourself here, were disturbing. Vaccinated monkeys, unlike their unvaccinated peers, suffered the loss of many reflexes that are critical for survival.

Dr. Wakefield and his scientific colleagues are on the brink of publishing their entire study, which followed the monkeys through the U.S. childhood vaccine schedule over a multi-year period. It is our understanding that the difference in outcome for the vaccinated monkeys versus the unvaccinated controls is both stark and devastating.

There is no question that the publication of the monkey study will lend substantial credibility to the theory that over-vaccination of young children is leading to neurological damage, including autism.

The fallout from the study for vaccine makers and public health officials could be severe. Having denied the possibility of the vaccine-autism connection for so long while profiting immensely from a recent boom in vaccine sales around the world, it's no surprise that they would seek to repress this important work.


Helpful Link:

The Authoritative Guide to Vaccine Legal Exemptions

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