Aluminum, The Smoking Gun: Author of Retracted Aluminum Adjuvant Sheep Study Speaks

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Source:  The Highwire

 

Lluís Luján from the Department of Veterinary Pathology University of Zaragoza, Spain is a respected researcher. But when his study with sheep showed disturbing behavior changes when injected with aluminum adjuvants, his paper was suddenly retracted. Read the emails and watch the interview below and judge for yourself if Luján experienced scientific censorship.


“This is the story of a scientific misconduct and editor & editorial corruption. An accepted paper in Pharmacological Research (Elsevier) was withdrawn last March 8th 2019 by the editor without a single reason other than non-declared conflicts of interest, fear of science and for sure pressure from external, not-revealed forces. You can read the story in the following emails and make your own conclusions. Our paper links the use of aluminum as vaccine adjuvant with behavioral changes in sheep and it must be extremely relevant to the field of vaccine safety that has forced them to behave in such a non-scientific, corrupted way.“

Lluís Luján
Department of Veterinary Pathology
University of Zaragoza, Spain


Del Bigtree’s interview with Lluís Luján:

 

 

THE SMOKING GUN: ALUMINUM – Symbol AL | HighWireTalk with Del Bigtree

Video Notes:

How a Shocking Aluminum Study Was Censored;

Research Scientist Injured During Merck’s Gardasil Trial;

Prof. Chris Exley “Aluminum is a Greater Threat Than Global Warming.”

At the center of the safety of vaccines is aluminium.

Join the HighWire as we look at aluminium from the 13th Keele Meeting on Aluminium held in Mexico.

Scientists come together to look at the dangers of aluminium. Everything we use contains aluminium, so we need to make sure it isn’t creating long term issues.

We interview Dr Lluis Lujan on the study he did around aluminium and pigs concerning vaccines and the causes vaccines containing aluminium had on these animals. Dr Lujan’s study was withdrawn before published. Today he is here to speak about his research.

In this episode, we speak to Sesilje Peterson, MSc, PhD about her experience of the Merck’s Gardasil Trial.

Prof Chris Exley joins to discuss aluminium and how it is “a Greater Threat Than Global Warming”.

Here is some more information on aluminium:

Symbol: Al

Atomic mass: 26.981539 u

Atomic number: 13

Density: 2.7 g/cm³

Melting point: 1,221°F (660.3°C)

Discoverer: Hans Christian Ørsted

Did you know: Aluminum is used to make aluminium soda cans, which are easily recycled to make new things as well as used in vaccines.