Chris Shaw, PhD [Canada] [Host: Mayer Eisenstein, MD, JD, MPH]
Dr. Shaw is a neuroscientist and is assistant professor, ophthalmology, physiology, and experimental medicine with the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine. If two dozen once-jittery mice at UBC are telling the truth postmortem, the world’s governments may soon be facing one heck of a lawsuit. Research led by Dr. Shaw shows a link between the aluminum hydroxide used in vaccines, and symptoms associated with Parkinson’s, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease), and Alzheimer’s.
Shaw is most surprised that the research for his paper, currently undergoing a peer review, hadn’t been done before. For 80 years, doctors have injected patients with aluminum hydroxide, he said, an adjuvant that stimulates immune response. ”This is suspicious,” says Shaw. ”Either this [link] is known by industry and it was never made public, or industry was never made to do these studies by Health Canada. I’m not sure which is scarier.”