Fears of global pandemics have been used by the World Health Organization and governments around the world to push for increasingly aggressive vaccination programs. While questions about vaccine safety continue to be raised, concerns have largely been downplayed by governments, regulatory agencies, and the pharmaceutical industry. Contrary to a widespread belief that vaccine safety is completely and unequivocally established, the work of a number of scientists suggests that the opposite might be true.
The 2011 “Vaccine Safety: Evaluating the Science” Conference was organized to address concerns raised by the scientific community about the scientific evidence, policy, law and ethics of vaccination. The conference brought together leading scientists who have studied a range of issues from the toxic potential of various vaccine ingredients to the expression of human diseases.
We have added coverage of the safety conference to our site.
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