From a concerned PhD: Questions every parent should ask of providers and public health officials.
PART 1 of 10: Testing of Vaccines in Clinical Trials
Question 1: Are people informed, prior to vaccination, that adjuvants in vaccines are not clinically approved?
In April 2016 at the 4th International Symposium on Vaccines, Professor Exley explained that he had learned, through conversations with the European Medicines Agency, the FDA in the US, and the manufacturers of aluminum adjuvants, that there are no clinically approved adjuvants.
Question 2: Are people informed, prior to vaccination, that most vaccines are tested against another vaccine or a biologically active adjuvant in clinical trials and not against a placebo?
Not a single a vaccine now on the pediatric schedule was tested against an inert placebo, or even against another vaccine that itself had been tested against an inert placebo. Most vaccines, even those for adults, are not tested against a placebo in clinical trials, but against another vaccine, or several co-administered vaccines. That was apparent from a document of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that Del Bigtree and his team received after having asked several questions in the so-called ‘HHS Notice’.
At 27 minutes in the video, you can see that all vaccines in the tables were not tested against a placebo control group.
– See these WHITE PAPERS.
– See this CORRESPONDENCE WITH HHS & FDA
Question 3: Are people informed, prior to vaccination, that clinical trials of the MMR-vaccine (Measles, Mumps and Rubella-vaccine) showed that many children had complaints of gastro-intestinal illness and upper respiratory illness after the MMR- vaccination?
In clinical trials, it appeared that many children had complaints of gastro-intestinal illness and upper respiratory illness after having received the MMR-vaccine. Del Bigtree shows the results of the clinical trials of the MMR-vaccine in this YouTube-video.
The results of the clinical trials of the MMR-vaccine were obtained through the Freedom of Information Act (= FOIA). You can find these results in this document: MMR LICENSURE DATA
In the above video, Del Bigtree deals with table 10 from study 442, table 10 from study 443 and table 9 from study 459. All three tables can be found in the document.