Let us attempt to restart the debate about vaccines

Vaccines are developed in order to protect us against contagious diseases and are one of the greatest successes the field of healthcare has ever seen. But the fact that we have a lot of safe vaccines does not mean that all our vaccines are safe.

  • It is all about aluminium.
  • It is about the fact that aluminium might be poisonous to the body.
  • It is about the fact that it is not obligatory to test aluminium adjuvants in vaccines.

You can make a difference

We wish to create a neutral overview of our current knowledge of the consequences of using  aluminium as an enhancer in vaccines, including HPV vaccines.

Independent research into aluminium usage in vaccines

We wish to create a neutral overview of our current knowledge of the consequences of using  aluminium as an enhancer in vaccines, including HPV vaccines.

A  group of prominent researchers within the subject area have come together to go through the international literature on the subject in a systematic manner. This will include all trials and articles within the field. No research has carried out a systematic review of international literature on the types of aluminium salts used in vaccines.

These are time-consuming and expensive studies that must be carried out manually with great attention to each trial. They require human resources – and they require funds.

For this reason, we have taken the initiative of establishing a fund collection project through boomerang.dk [link]. To support our project, we have created a website filled with materials and links to sources that discuss aluminium adjuvants.

You can make a difference

We wish to create a neutral overview of our current knowledge of the consequences of using  aluminium as an enhancer in vaccines, including HPV vaccines.

Who are we?

The FactCare and The Patient Association Denmark committee is collecting information on the effect of aluminium in vaccines and are collecting funds in order to support the project. What we have in common is the fact that we are both vocal advocates for vaccines.

We do not believe that anything has had as much of a positive impact on health and survival of the human race as vaccines. We are, however, also advocates of researching the risk of side effects when administering aluminium salts.

Who is going to carry out the systematic literature reviews?

Chief Physician, dr.med. Christian Gluud and his staff at Cochrane Hepato-Biliary Group, Copenhagen Trial Unit, Centre for Clinical Intervention Research, have committed to spearheading and carrying out these systematic literature reviews. We expect the project to be completed within a timeframe of 14 to 18 months.

You can make a difference

We wish to create a neutral overview of our current knowledge of the consequences of using  aluminium as an enhancer in vaccines, including HPV vaccines.

The economics of the research process

We need at least four million danish kroner (635.625 USD/537.362 Euro) to carry out five systematic literature reviews. These five reviews will need to cover what we know from animal as well as human testing. The first two systematic reviews will include randomised trials on animals that compares aluminium adjuvants to placebos or lack of treatment as well as one type of aluminium adjuvant to all other types of aluminium adjuvants. The third and fourth systematic reviews will include random clinical trials on humans that compares aluminium adjuvants to placebos or lack of treatment as well as one type of aluminium adjuvant to all other types of aluminium adjuvants. The fifth literature review will integrate knowledge from the four previous systematic literature reviews.

We are here to ask you for your support. Four million danish kroner (635.625 USD/537.362 Euro) might sound like a lot, but if every adult in Denmark were to donate one krone, that would be enough to get us started. Should we succeed in raising funds in excess of our goal, we will be able to shed even more light on the subject, to the benefit of generations to come.

Read more about the COCHRANE research method here.

Read more about the Copenhagen Trial Unit, Centre for Clinical Intervention Research here.

You can make a difference

We wish to create a neutral overview of our current knowledge of the consequences of using  aluminium as an enhancer in vaccines, including HPV vaccines.

Links

Below is a collection of interesting and relevant links that substantiate the need for a scientific study. With your donation, we will be able to carry out this scientific study – and thereby uncover the honest truth.

We all deserve that.

Protokol

Aluminium adjuvants used in vaccines versus placebo or no intervention

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD012805/full

film

Dr Christopher Shaw is a neurologist at the University of British Columbia:
He is seen here, talking about aluminium and the possible side effects of being exposed to the metal through vaccines. There is aluminium in Gardasil and seeing as there are three vaccines in the treatment, the patient is exposed to a significant amount of aluminium. A good short film.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRIJKYr-1jc

One of the world’s leading aluminium researchers, with a PhD in the ecotoxicology of aluminium from the University of Stirling, Christopher Exley, is seen here, talking about aluminium:

The Toxicity of Aluminum Adjuvants There are NO clinically approved vaccine aluminium adjuvants ca. 2.25 min
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uu2j8reKVQk

Dr Suzanne Humphries AAHS
A history of silent complicity – Mercks dirty little secret (the aluminium in HPV-vaccine)
Om Dr Suzanne Humphries: http://drsuzanne.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/author-intro-Suzanne-Humphries.pdf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRyz56hhRto&feature=youtu.be&app=desktop

Shoenfeld: Vaccines and autoimmune diseases
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7g1tftkVIc

Injecting Aluminum: healthy girls bedridden or infertile, Dr Yehuda Shoenfeld
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=lHITQNP9q84&app=desktop

Dr. Suzanne Humphries – Aluminium toxicity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGcSkaF7Jfk

Vaccine Safety Conference Session 18: Dr. Romain Gherardi
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICQD9wuQmSc

You can make a difference

We wish to create a neutral overview of our current knowledge of the consequences of using  aluminium as an enhancer in vaccines, including HPV vaccines.

The Factcare Committee as of 3 October 2017

The committee has been established as an independent work group organised under The Patient Association Denmark.

The aim of the committee is to acquire the means necessary to facilitate independent research into the effect of aluminium adjuvants in vaccines. This research will be based on randomised clinical trials carried out internationally and the aim is to study the advantages and disadvantages of adding aluminium to vaccines.

At its core, the committee is composed of international advocates for vaccines, who believe that the authorities have failed to carry out in-depth studies of the effect of adding aluminium to vaccines.

Anette Ulstrup

Chairman of The Patient Association Denmark & the Factcare Committee

In the wake of illness, Anette Ulstrup has spent recent years fighting for better conditions and in-depth information for disease-ridden individuals and their relatives within Patientforeningen Danmark. Anette worked as a nurse for 20 years before falling ill.

Anette Ulstrup handles The Patient Association Denmark’s interests in the Factcare Committee and ensures that the committee maintains its practical, formal, and legal foundation.

Romain K. Gherardi

Professor of neuropathology; researcher

Romain Gherardi is specialized in neuromuscular diseases and pathology.

More than 300 of his published articles have been listed in the PubMed database, he has acted as a censor for 14 PhD theses and 10 masters examinations within his field, and at this time, he is working with aluminium particles to study the relationship between them, immune cells and the nervous system. His focus area is diseases, such as myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome, caused by aluminium adjuvants.

“Toxic Story: two or three embarrassing truths about vaccine adjuvants” (Actes Sud, 230 pages, in French) is one of the numerous books Professor Gherardi has published.

Lone Hertz

Actress and lecturer; mother of son believed to have incurred vaccine-related injuries

This famous Danish actress and previous leader of the Danish National School of Performing Arts has been working to illuminate the side effects of vaccines for years, as her now-adult son, Tomas, remains unable to speak ever since incurring a brain injury during his first year of life.

Lone Hertz has been relentless in her fight to put the side effects of vaccines on the agenda and will contribute knowledge and experience to the Factcare Committee.

Mette Kenfelt

Mother of a teenage daughter experiencing side effects (spokeswoman for the Factcare Committee in Denmark).

Mette Kenfelt is a co-initiator of the Factcare Committee with a strong desire to get to the bottom of the vaccine debate on a national and international level.

Initiator of the research protocol ”Aluminium adjuvants used in vaccines versus placebo or no intervention”.

Mette Kenfelt’s daughter contracted a life-threatening illness and the HPV vaccine was suspected to be the source. Mette Kenfelt’s daughter owes her life to a miracle – and a long and expensive detox period in England – but the process had a grave impact on the entire family, who are still affected by the aftermath of the illness to this day. The experience illuminated a major problem, leaving Mette Kenfelt with the feeling that there was something wrong with the system and the kinds of vaccines we use.

Mette Kenfelt is an independent business owner, as well as the initiator and co-founder of HPV-Update.dk and Specialkredsen HPV-Update under the Danish Association of the Physically Disabled.

Christopher Exley

Professor of Bioinorganic Chemistry in the Birchall Centre at Keele University in the United Kingdom

Professor Exley is a leading expert on human exposure to aluminium and possible health effects.

Current research focusses upon (i) aluminium in brain tissue and its contribution to human diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, autism and multiple sclerosis; and (ii) the role of aluminium adjuvants and their possible contribution to adverse events following vaccination. Exley is also studying how silicon-rich mineral waters may help to protect against aluminium toxicity in humans.

Claus Werner-Jensen

Expert in general medicine; 38 years of experience as a general practitioner.

The growing number of inquiries from the Danish public into the side effects of vaccines, especially the HPV vaccine, has sparked Dr Claus Werner-Jensen’s interest in illuminating the problems highlighted by patients experiencing side effects, with particular focus on identifying the cause of the problem and ensuring that it is handled better.

Dr Claus Werner-Jensen has become a prominent member in the debate about vaccines thanks to his published articles, participation in debates, and inquiries to Danish politicians and health authorities. Amongst other things, he is known to have said: “the task is to solve a problem the textbooks neglect to describe. Succeeding in this endeavour will require political courage, national effort, and professional humility.”

Sesilje Bondo Petersen

PhD in nutrition from the University of Copenhagen; Post Doc in the Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Bispebjerg Hospital.

As a registry researcher, Sesilje Bondo Petersen has been studying the impact of environmental influences during pregnancy on the susceptibility to illness witnessed in both mother and child, including the effect of dietary factors as well as occupational and environmental medicine. To no avail, she has attempted to gather the funds required to research whether aluminium adjuvants can cause harm to the foetus during pregnancy. Sesilje B Petersen’s incentive to participate in the Factcare Committee is a genuine wish to create an accurate overview of the impact of aluminium in vaccines, as she herself has experienced side effects post-vaccination.

She has co-authored the research protocol “Aluminium adjuvants used in vaccines versus placebo or no intervention”, which is to be the foundation for the research project for which the Factcare Committee is collecting funds.