Canadian Media and the WHO Attempt to Discredit Scientists from University of British Columbia

When a professional gets a little too close to the truth for comfort, the most efficient and effective way for government agencies and the pharmaceutical industry to prevent them from exposing the truth is to destroy their credibility.

This is exactly what happened when Professor Shaw and Dr. Tomljenovic published a series of leading papers exposing the possible links between aluminum adjuvants and autism.

The question is, what exactly is being covered up and why?

Canadian Media are Involved in the Attack, but Exactly WHO are They Working For?

Over recent weeks, the Canadian media have been actively criticizing the work of two researchers from the University of British Columbia. Newspapers have stated that studies written by Professor Christopher Shaw and Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic, outlining a correlation between the adjuvant aluminum used in vaccines and autism were “weak and misleading,” stating that the studies had been previously discredited by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Award-winning journalist, Ms. Carly Weeks from the Globe and Mail [4], opened her report by citing a study that had been highlighted on the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI) [5] website, written by the researchers in 2013. She wrote:

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