As a further attempt to halt the spread of HIV, the United States is making a bold and extremely risky decision.
Researchers from the University of Western Ontario have developed a new vaccine, and the Food and Drug Administration announced its approval on Tuesday for use in the United States.
Not only should you be wary of this vaccine due to the negative history revolving around vaccines, but the fact that it is made with a genetically modified virus.
While the researchers are delighted by the creation, individuals are being sought out for human trials – but you won’t want to volunteer.
The Researchers have been studying HIV and AIDS for 20 years and have spent the last 10 developing the vaccine. Starting in January, the vaccine will undergo three phases of human clinical trials.
Phase I – The first phase is meant to analyze the vaccine and determine if it is toxic in the human body.
Phase II – During phase two of the human clinical trials the researchers will look at the immune response to see if the vaccine actually performs like it is supposed to by inducing the proper immune response.
Phase III – In phase three, 6,000 people are needed so that statistical data can be accumulated and later presented. For the testing, a vaccinated and non-vaccinated group will be compared to see if the vaccine protects against HIV infection or not.
Unfortunately, the researchers will likely be dismayed, as nearly all vaccines are toxic to the body thanks to the rather large amount of heavy metals present in vaccines.
We can see from the history of the flu vaccine as well as the gardasil vaccine that many problems can arise from vaccinations. To add to the potential dangers of this new vaccine, the fact that it contains a genetically modified virus simply can’t be overlooked. The insurmountable evidence linking genetically modified substances with both the downfall of public health as well as the ruin of the environment shows that there is no room for extreme genetic modification in our lives. I know I certainly wouldn’t volunteer to be a part of the experimental genetically modified-vaccine concoction.