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“The Truth Behind the Vaccine Cover-up”


​Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary

​The important background to the infamous story of the Simpsonwood Conference in June 7-8, 2000 can be found here.

The document was written by Russell Blaylock, MD and was titled “The Truth Behind the Vaccine Cover-up”.

The conference was titled “Scientific Review of Vaccine Safety Datalink Information” to which 51 physicians and scientist were present (by invitation only). Among the invited attendees were representatives of vaccine manufacturers Merck, Aventis Pasteur, SmithKlineBeecham, Wyeth and North American Vaccine.

The information presented was so powerful in its indictment of mercury and aluminum as being the cause of the many neurodevelopmental abnormalities that were escalating among American’s pediatrics patients that an effort was made to destroy the documentation and censor the information presented.

Fortunately, Dr Blaylock obtained a copy of the proceedings and wrote a expose on the conference. ​

Stamped in bold letters at the top of each page of the study were the words... 

​This is not the wording one would expect on a clinical study of vaccine safety; rather you would expect it on top-secret NSA or CIA files. Why was this information being secreted? The answer is obvious — it might endanger the vaccine program and indict the federal regulatory agencies for ignoring this danger for so many years. Our society is littered with millions of children who have been harmed in one degree or another by this vaccine policy. In addition, let us not forget the millions of parents who have had to watch helplessly as their children have been destroyed by this devasting vaccine program.
At the end of the conference, a poll was taken asking two questions. One was, do you think that there is sufficient data to make a causal connection between the use of thimerosal-containing vaccines and neurodevelopmental delays? Second, do you think further study is called for based on this study?
First, let us see some of the comments on the question of doing further studies. Dr. Paul Stehr-Green. Associate Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine, who voted yes, gave as his reason, “the implications are so profound these should be examined further.” (page 180) Meanwhile, Dr. Brent interjects his concern that lawyers will get hold of this information and begin filling lawsuits. He says, “They want business, and this could potentially be a lot of business.” (page 191)

This and the other information we present on our website overwhelmingly points to vaccinations as the cause of Autism.

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