Reminds me of how SV40 was introduced into the population through Polio vaccines...Michael Belkin
Current list of vaccines using bovine-derived materials from countries on the
USDA's BSE list or from unknown countries
Updated August 6, 2003
Vaccines that use bovine-derived materials from countries on the USDA list include:
Aventis Pasteur, Inc.’s Diphtheria and Tetanus Toxoids and Acellular Pertussis (DTaP) Vaccine, Tripedia
Aventis Pasteur, S.A.’s Haemophilus Influenzae Type b Conjugate Vaccine, ActHIB (ActHIB is also marketed as OmniHIB by SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals)
North American Vaccine Inc.’s DTaP Vaccine, Certiva
GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals Hepatitis A Vaccine, Havrix.
GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals combined Hepatitis A Vaccine and Hepatitis B (Recombinant) Vaccine, TWINRIX.
Vaccines that use bovine-derived materials of unknown geographical origin
Aventis Pasteur, S.A.’s Polio Vaccine, Inactivated, IPOL
Lederle Laboratories’ Pneumococcal Vaccine, Polyvalent, PNU-IMUNE 23. 1This information will be periodically updated to reflect the most current status.
Revealed: full scale of vaccine blunders - US authorities horrified by conditions at factory in BSE-tainted polio drug scare
Irish polio vaccine from nvCJD Blood Donor
Potential BSE Contamination of Vaccines From International Herald Tribune - Britain - Concern about vaccines and mad cow disease
U.S. eyes reducing mad cow risk from vaccines
Human vaccine prepared in animal brains
Mad cow disease link with vaccines
FDA knew of Medeva vaccine horror, still okayed for US.
BSE risk to US vaccines
nvCJD: was it the food or the vaccines?
Rabies vaccines made in sheep brain
Half CJD victims in twenties Vaccine raised as issue for early onset
FDA Recommendations regarding biologicals and BSE. (Note: the only country where BSE has not been noted is New Zealand.)
FDA Calls Bovine-Based Vaccines Currently Safe oh really - and what information is that based on? (unable to view anymore without paid subscription
BSE Sets Agenda for Imported Gelatin
THE FALLOUT from "mad cow disease" continues, although incidence of the disease itself has been decreasing steadily since January 1993 (JAMA.1996;276;438-440). "The latest worry is a renewal of the uncertainties surrounding the risk of human exposure to the agent or agents of spongiform encephalopathy in gelatin, which is manufactured from the bones and hides of cows and pigs"(JAMA. 1997;277:1659-1660)
http://www.cyber-dyne.com/~tom/jan99_petition.html#CDC State and federal health officials are holding an urgent meeting following the release of scientiic evidence suggesting mad cow disease might be able to be spread through blood transfusions.
Concerned citizens on transmissable BSE and Petition Requesting Immediate Action by the Food & Drug Administration to Combat Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies :
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