We, the Alliance for Human Research Protection, are gratified by your determination to redirect the focus of our national policy, recognizing that “No nation. . . . Continue reading →
“Holy smoke — that was a horrible conflict of interest.” — Dr. Philip K. Russell, on Richard Danzig’s dual roles as corporate director and government advisor. . . . Continue reading →
The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues released its “[ ] Pediatric Research on Medical Countermeasures” Report and recommendations, on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. The Report and the Commission Chair, Dr. Amy Gutmann, who presided over a press teleconference took . . . Continue reading →
On Jan. 28, 2013, Emergent BioSolutions, manufacturer of BioThrax (Anthrax Vaccine Adsorbed) reported its failure to develop an animal model to provide evidence for assessing efficacy of anthrax vaccine in human. Continue reading →
Help stop the US government from injecting children with anthrax vaccine in an experiment whose aim is to justify increased expenditure for the vaccine (BioThrax) for civilian stockpile. Continue reading →
Contrast the government’s humane consideration for chimpanzees with an unconscionable disregard for children’s human rights!
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Anthrax Vaccine: Its checkered history, excessive stockpile and the human and financial costs By Meryl Nass, MD* The current vaccine (Biothrax, manufactured by Emergent Biosolutions or EBS) has never been proved effective in humans. One human trial took place in the 1950s . . . Continue reading →
Whose children are to be selected for morally and legally impermissible medical experiments? Continue reading →
A strong case for the anthrax vaccine trial would be made “if the community that’s most supportive of moving this forward would volunteer their own children for the study.”Amy Gutmann,Chair, Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.
Following dissemination of our Infomail, Infamous Endorsement of Anthrax Vaccine for Children, AHRP was asked by one recipient, what evidence existed to show that the anthrax vaccine has caused disability and death. This is an important, legitimate question that deserves clarification and . . . Continue reading →
The single National Biodefense Science Board panelist who voted against the recommendation in support of an anthrax vaccine test in children was Patricia Quinlisk, M.D., M.P.H. State Epidemiologist and Medical Director Iowa Department of Public Health, who chaired the NBSB panel. Continue reading →