True placebos are not used in vaccine safety studies

“In the good old days, a placebo would be something that’s inactive. It would be something like a sugar pill or a saline injection. And when you look at vaccine studies, what they’re using as placebos are either an injection of aluminum, which is kind of the background agent of a vaccine or just the background chemicals of a vaccine. Or my favorite placebo, which was the hepatitis A vaccine which was used to test influenza vaccines up on Canada on Amish children.”

— Suzanne Humphries, MD

Source: Interview with Dr Suzanne Humphries about vaccines


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