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Date:   8/19/2009 12:27:45 PM ( 14 years ago ago)
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This documentary exposes serious concerns about the safety and effectiveness of New Zealand's MeNZB parent vaccine.

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Contrary to recent media reports the documentary is not about ME.

The documentary is about a journalist who promoted the original trials of the Norwegian meningococcal vaccine. Revisiting the promotion, results and aftermath of the clinical trial, Connie Barr discovered, to her regret, that she and the public had been misled.

The Vaccine Experiment features three professors of medicine expressing grave concerns about the vaccine and an alleged cover-up of adverse reactions. They reveal their total dismay on learning the Norwegian results were used to justify the vaccination of a million otherwise healthy New Zealand children.

Two Norwegian children seriously disabled by the vaccine are also profiled. The documentary team came to New Zealand and interviewed New Zealand health officials who deny that New Zealand has suffered any adverse events associated with the MeNZB vaccine. They then speak with the families of local children seriously injured by the vaccine.

Revealingly, the team captures New Zealand health official Dr Jane O'Hallahan making false claims and backtracking on camera when confronted with the truth.

There is no doubt serious pressure will be brought to bear from MeNZB proponents to either can the documentary or to seriously edit it.

We ask that all New Zealanders who wish to see this documentary in its entirety contact TVNZ to support them in their intention to screen.

"THE VACCINE EXPERIMENT - In The Service of Good" will be one of the most important documentaries to screen on television this year.
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