Inconsistent Retention Function

Inconsistent Retention Function

Mithkus’s paper uses mathematical models to describe the body burden of Aluminum following the pediatric vaccination schedule. In that paper he uses a retention function based on observational data captured through an adult volunteer who was injected with Aluminum Citrate, which has a completely different solubility profile than the adjuvant we inject with vaccines. Flarend […]

Create Aluminum MRLs in Matlab

One of the most cited papers defending the safety and use of Aluminum (Al) in vaccines was published by [Keith in 2002]. They used a mathematical models and various assumptions to model the infant body burdens during the first year of life for breast milk and formula diets and for a standard vaccination schedule. They […]

Do-The-Math: Too Much Aluminum

Do-The-Math: Too Much Aluminum

Aluminum is the third most abundant element in the earth’s crust, yet very little makes its way into our bodies. A fact that is largely¬†ignored by vaccine advocates is that dietary aluminum compounds dissociate in stomach acid and only between 0.01% and 1.0% is absorbed, typically 0.3%. In contrast, aluminum via vaccines is directly administered […]

Measles – A Late Victory for Vaccines

Measles – A Late Victory for Vaccines

Recently, we argued that one should prefer death-rate statistics over incidence data because the quality of reporting is higher (The Curious Incidence of Death Rates in the 20th Century). We deliberately avoided actual¬†conclusions about vaccine effectiveness, which is a topic to which we now turn. We’ll be looking at a particular vaccine for a particular […]

The Curious Incident of Death Rates in the 20th Century

How we measure vaccine outcomes is a matter of life and death. Should we use cases/incidence of a disease or should we use mortality rates when measuring vaccine success? If you visit “sciencebasedmedicine”¬†they suggest that you should use incidents of measles to measure vaccine effectiveness. If you look at the following graph, you can see […]