China orders its state-run media to delete all articles and images about an exploding vaccine scandal... sound familiar?

(Natural News) A Chinese vaccine maker has been fabricating records and pumping out defective vaccines. All production has been halted at Changchun Changsheng Biotechnology, China’s second largest rabies vaccine maker. After an inspection, regulators found fabricated safety records for a series of rabies vaccines. The vaccine maker has also halted production of vaccines for diphtheria,...
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CONCLUSION: After an initial decline, vaccine confidence recovered to pre-incident levels six months after the CCVI. However, some caregivers moved from the higher to the lower end of the vaccine confidence spectrum, pointing to the need to promote the acceptance of vaccination especially given the need for new vaccines to control the coronavirus epidemic. PMID: 32912643 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Abstract A series of scandals involving the rabies vaccine and the diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis combined vaccine (DTP) were reported in July 2018, in China. Our goal was to assess the effects of the vaccine scandal on parents' attitudes and decisions regarding vaccination. A cross-sectional study was conducted by contacting kindergarteners' parents through an online questionnaire from March 1 to 8, 2019. In total, 14,300 valid questionnaire responses were received, and 92.53% of respondents were aware of the recent vaccine scandal. Among parents who were aware of the vaccine scandal, 13.62% preferred that th...
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As the world reels from illnesses and deaths due to COVID-19, the race is on for a safe, effective, long-lasting vaccine to help the body block the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. The three vaccine approaches discussed here are among the first to be tested clinically in the United States. How vaccines induce immunity: The starting line In 1796, in a pastoral corner of England, and during a far more feudal and ethically less enlightened time, Edward Jenner, an English country surgeon, inoculated James Phipps, his gardener’s eight-year-old son, with cowpox pustules obtained from the arm of a milkmaid. It was widely belie...
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AbstractThe role of vaccination in the development of Guillain-Barr é syndrome (GBS) is controversial, although cases of GBS have been reported following a wide range of vaccines. A nested case–control study was conducted between January 2011 and December 2015 in three Chinese cities. Four controls were matched to a case by gender, age, address and index date. An independent expert committee validated the diagnoses of cases and controls according to the Brighton Collaboration GBS case definition. Data on vaccinations were obtained from computerized vaccination records. Causal relations were assessed by conditi...
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A charmed (?) source for pharmaceuticals, ex-magician John A. Hamlin added the botanicals sassafras and cloves to a chloroform elixir that also contained turpentine, ammonia, and camphor. He then bottled it in Chicago (bottom left) as “Hamlins Wizard Oil.” This magical medicine was peddled as an external liniment and topical remedy for toothache and earache. Unfortunately, Hamlin also began encouraging internal use of his panacea as a cure for headache, diphtheria, pneumonia, rabies, and cancer. (Granted, the roughly 60% alco hol content may have provided imbibers with transient relief from their aches and pain...
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