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Have You Been Denied Academic Freedom On Vaccine Safety Research?

NOTE: We received this request from AofA contributor Professor Gayle DeLong.  Thank you.

I am writing a paper on threats to and violations of academic freedom in the field of vaccine safety research.  I need information about specific cases in any academic discipline.  You can contact me (in confidence) at gayle.delong@baruch.cuny.edu.

Prof. Gayle DeLong
Department of International Business and Finance
Baruch College CUNY        
New York, NY 10010

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Lisa

Here is Dr. Boyd Haley, talking about how NIH will not fund any studies related to mercury toxicity from sources other than fish.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AQxkIcXrt0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgTcy_y7eV0

Gayle DeLong

Lisa: I would indeed be very interested in restrictions on research into mercury toxicity in any form. And everyone, while I do want to know if you yourself have been denied academic freedom, you can also contact me if you happen to know third parties whose research was stifled.

Hans Litten

Posted by: Lisa | March 15, 2017 at 12:04 PM

Assume the worst Lisa , and you wont go far wrong .

Lisa

This is great, but I wish the researcher would add this question: "Have you ever been denied academic freedom on the question of how mercury, and mercury-containing products, affect human health?"

I have been truly shocked and dismayed, as I've sifted through the research on dental amalgams. The few studies that are out there are so poorly designed that there is no way to glean any useful information from them, to the point of my having to wonder whether this has been deliberate. For example, they compare health outcomes for people with a few fillings vs. people with a lot of fillings, as if, for that vulnerable subset, a few fillings would be safe. It's like designing a study on cigarettes and comparing the health outcomes for people who smoke three packs per day to people who smoke six packs per day, as if we knew three packs per day to be safe for everyone.

So, I just have to wonder whether researchers who have proposed more useful studies on dental amalgams were not able to get them funded, because the powers that be do not want to know the truth on this subject.

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