Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Any proof of H1N1 vaccine safety and efficacy?

Here's something really interesting...... This is a 'no-duff' notice.

$10,000 reward offered for scientific proof of H1N1 vaccine safety and effectiveness

(NaturalNews) In conjunction with NaturalNews, the non-profit Consumer Wellness Center ( has publicly offered a $10,000 reward for any person, company or institution who can provide trusted, scientific evidence proving that any of the FDA-approved H1N1 vaccines being offered to Americans right now are both safe and effective.

Vaccine promoters keep citing their "science" in claiming that H1N1 vaccines are safe and effective. NaturalNews and the CWC ask one simple question: Where is this science?

For more details of this challenge, read here.

Any takers? Any scientific proof of efficacy or safety?


Dawn said...

I've got proof that they aren't. Check out my article.

Areia Naraenil said...

THAT was my argument for declining the vaccine in the first place. Finally somebody put it in black and white. IF only this article was more widely distributed.

gigamole said...

Lest my post my lead some to think I am anti-vaccines.....let me say I am not.

Vaccines have saved countless of unnecessary deaths worldwide. The question here however, is whether the H1N1 vaccines had been rushed into production without adequately stringent testings for safety and efficacy, and a related question of whether this rush was rational and necessary.