On January 3-7, 2011, a vaccine safety conference was held in Montego Bay, Jamaica that included a diverse groups of delegates from around the world, including senior scientists and physicians, editors of scientific journals, experts in vaccine regulation, social science and health policy, consumer child health advocates, legal experts and members of the media.
Many delegates presented information from the peer reviewed scientific literature and pointed out gaps in knowledge about the biological mechanisms for vaccine induced brain and immune dysfunction, as well as the fact there is inadequate information about:
One: Genetic and biological high risk factors for vaccine injury and death;
Two: Vaccine safety data, especially for delayed or chronic health outcomes;
Three: Vaccine additives, including aluminum adjuvants, which are immune stimulating agents, as well as mercury preservatives;
Four: Multiple vaccinations given simultaneously or repeatedly over time;
Five: Bias in reporting of vaccine risks and benefits; and
Six: Novel vaccine-associated autoimmune diseases.Full story