by Ethan A. Huff, Natural News:
The development of the first vaccine for polio back in the 1950s is still glorified in the mainstream media as one of the most important public health breakthroughs in recorded history. But a little-known documentary which aired on the Canadian news network CBC back in 1997 tells a much different story about the polio vaccine’s safety and effectiveness, including its known tainting with a monkey virus linked to causing cancer and death.
Presented on YouTube by the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), the documentary, which first aired on the network’s Current Affairs: Beyond the Headlines program the fifth estate, investigates the history of how the first polio vaccines were made. Attributed primarily to the late Jonas Salk, the development of the polio vaccine involved extracting the kidneys of rhesus monkeys and infecting them with polio in order to produce a vaccine serum.
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