Injecting Aluminum

Injecting Aluminum

Release Date: May 9, 2017
Studio: Cinema Libre
Actors: Dr. Romain Gherardi, Dr. Jerome Authier, Professor Christopher Exley, Michel Rivasi, Didier Lambert
Directors: Marie-Ange Poyet
Runtime: 90 minutes
Language: English, French
Subtitles: French
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In the 1990 s, a mysterious muscular disease with symptoms that included severe muscle and joint pain, muscle weakness, fatigue, and fever began to surface among multiple patients in France. A team of doctors and researchers who were tasked with their care relentlessly studied the patients, searching for anything that could be causing this troubling condition. In 1993, they identified this new disease as macrophagic myofascitis syndrome, or MMS, and finally found proof that condition occurs when the aluminum hydroxide adjuvant from a vaccine remains embedded in the body tissue and causes an immune reaction. Since the 1920 s, aluminum, the most common adjuvant used in most childhood and adult vaccines, has been used to optimize the body's immune response to the injected disease. Although it is used to make vaccines more efficient, aluminum is now known to be neurotoxic and the root cause of many serious illnesses. What the pharmaceutical companies don t admit is that aluminum did not go through rigorous testing before being approved as a vaccine adjuvant. It was only tested for 28 days, on two rabbits, the remains of which have mysteriously disappeared. Injecting Aluminum features interviews with patients, doctors, scientists, and influential politicians who are speaking out for the very first time about the dangers of aluminum in vaccines. This groundbreaking documentary calls in to question the public health policies around vaccine ingredients and safety testing, expanding the discussion beyond mercury, and the failure of health agencies globally to respond to the known neurotoxic effects of this powerful vaccine ingredient on the human body.
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