The Obama Administration has embarked on an aggressive course of action that will accelerate the pace at which the integrity of American medicine–is sullied beyond repair. Continue reading →
The Alliance for Human Research Protection speaks out against a US government-proposed anthrax vaccine experiment on children. Such an experiment would sacrifice children’s welfare, much as canaries sent into the coal mines were sacrificed. Continue reading →
To date, the available evidence about the safety and efficacy of the anthrax vaccine is resoundingly negative. Three US government anthrax vaccine initiatives represent a reckless deviation from the precautionary principle of medical ethics and fiscal responsibility. Continue reading →
April 27, 2011: US Department of Health and Human Services Letter to National Biodefense Science Board seeks OK to Expose children to serious risks of Anthrax Vaccine.
July 1, 2005: Sen. Jeff Bingaman Letter of complaint to the Secretary of of Health and Human Services Stopped proposed Anthrax Vaccine Trial. in children.
Whose children will be sacrificed in an illegal and unethical experiment in the name of Biodefense Preparedness? Continue reading →
A month after a report by a committee appointed by the National Academy of Sciences, at the request of the Justice Department, concluded that the scientific evidence implicating Bruce Ivins to the anthrax letter attacks was not definitive,The Los Angeles Times reports . . . Continue reading →
"This report entirely undercuts the conclusion that RMR-1029 was the source and that Ivins was the perpetrator,” said Meryl Nass, MD, an anthrax expert.
Although the FBI closed the 2001 anthrax mailings investigation in Feb. 2010, experts disagree with FBI’s conclusion: new information about the anthrax, the investigation and the suspect still continue to emerge. Continue reading →
The Obama Administration opposes a proposed independent probe by the Inspector General of the anthrax-laced letter attacks, arguing that it would "undermine public confidence” in a Federal Bureau of Investigation probe of the attacks “and unfairly cast doubt on its conclusions.”
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Given multiple prior investigations of Dr. Wakefied’s 1998 paper, why did it take the Lancet editors 12 years to discover a lack of proper IRB approval? Continue reading →
In 2006, PREPA was passed due to fear of an avian flu pandemic, in the event the avian
flu virus mutated to enable person-to-person spread. Avian flu then had a 70% death rate. Continue reading →