On Nov. 2, members of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s vaccine advisory committee voted 14–0 to recommend Pfizer’s pediatric COVID shot for children 5 –11 years old. Were their decisions driven by science and conscience — or their ties to drugmakers?
Not only should conflicts of interest be permanently disclosed in all government websites and literature, but ALL specialists and institutions who have a financial conflict of interest, should refrain from the promotion of vaccination, advice to government or involvement in vaccination policy formulation.
When it comes to authorizing COVID-19 vaccines, members of FDA’s advisory committee and the U.K.’s counterpart often have undisclosed conflicts of interest.
In the wake of lightning fast authorisations of covid-19 vaccines in the UK and the US, public health officials have worked hard to maintain confidence in these new products.
There is nothing impartial, objective or neutral about the CDC and its sister agency, the National Institutes of Health (“NIH”). Doctors and scientists who have dedicated their entire existences to medicine and saving lives are being decertified, censored and discredited by the CDC for presenting peer-reviewed evidence that is contrary to the COVID-19 agenda.
Health authorities in the 50s have confirmed that the rubella (MMR) vaccine causes autism, which has caused quite a stir in recent times. Now, even the Federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program has confirmed the same again, but you won’t hear about it on the news.
The pharmaceutical group GlaxoSmithKline has been fined $3bn (£1.9bn) after admitting bribing doctors and encouraging the prescription of unsuitable antidepressants to children. Glaxo is also expected to admit failing to report safety problems with the diabetes drug Avandia in a district court in Boston on Thursday.
British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline is embroiled in the scandal. The firm sponsored experiments on the children from Incarnation Children’s Centre, a New York care home that specialises in treating HIV sufferers and is run by Catholic charities.