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The following is a transcript of this video. Also see related article. Introduction: (Video excerpts) PATRICK BET-DAVID: There will soon be a new vaccine for the coronavirus pandemic. The question is, are these vaccines safe and can the government force you to take them? When it comes down to lawyers, they itch for things […]
Oxford University is said to have recruited 2000 volunteers for trials in South Africa which have gone ahead despite a complaint that they failed to disclosure of vital safety data and information, the lack of evidence of efficacy of the trials, the lack of information on the test procedures and concerns regarding the safety claims made.
In the latest animal trials of the Oxford Vaccine Group’s vaccine carried out on rhesus macaques, all six of the participating monkeys went on to catch the coronavirus, suggesting the treatment, which has already received in the region of £90 million in government investment, may not halt the spread of the deadly disease.
This particular study was focused on the intestinal microbiome of infant and juvenile macaques who were exposed to either the 1990s or the 2008 vaccination schedule, including thimerosal-containing vaccines. Unfortunately, this study contributes nothing in terms of understanding intestinal health differences in vaccinated versus unvaccinated children.