Please pop over and comment on Why We Worry About Vaccinations, Jim Moore’s Huffington Post piece about the Thoughtful House Hep B Study. If you missed Mark Blaxill's insightful analysis of the study which has been published by the journal Neurotoxicology, click HERE.
From the HuffPo post:
Even as doctors try to reassure the public, and TV news anchors get their swine flu shots on the morning news, there remains a great unease about vaccinations in the US. People hesitant to take the needle are marginalized as anti-vaccine nuts, regardless of the many justifiable reasons to distrust giant pharmaceutical producers and government regulators. Money can easily trump morality and the five drug companies contracted with the U.S. government to produce the H1N1 vaccines will be paid from $250 to $690 million each for mass production.
Profits are not evil, of course, and making money does not mean a company lacks principle. There are, however, causes for concern...