August 28, 2012 (TSR) – Dr. Erin Giudice, a pediatrician at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, proposed a new way to coerce parents into giving their children vaccinations: a clear, dissolvable patch that will elevate fears associated with needles.
Pharmaceutical corporations, the US government and researchers at state-sponsored universities are focused on more sophisticated ways of ensuring the general population worldwide succumbs to vaccinations now have a new option.
MIT researchers have invented a device that administers a minuscule, yet high pressured jet of “medicine” directly through the skin without the use of a syringe. The device can be programed to administer a wide range of immunizations at multiple depths within the body.
MIT says this device will eliminate the transfer of disease by misuse and reuse of needles. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) healthcare workers accidently prick themselves with needles over 385,000 annually.
“If you are afraid of needles and have to frequently self-inject, compliance can be an issue,” says Catherine Hogan, a research scientist in MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and a participant of the research team. “We think this kind of technology … gets around some of the phobias that people may have about needles.”
The Infectious Disease Research Institute (IDRI) is collaborating with the drug corporation Medicago in development of vaccines that have nanoparticles which are virus-like in manufacturing.
This nanotechnology is touted as an immune-booster. NanoPress, an Israeli corporation, has invented micro-needles as a delivery device for these nanoparticles.
Dr. Steven Reed, founder and president of IDRI claims that since his product is pain-free, the device will become a popular way to administer vaccines directly into the dendritic or immune cells to be redistributed throughout the human body.
Reed explains: “Our main motivation, frankly, was to get superior efficacy by targeting the dendritic cells.”
The National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is funding studies into proficient ways of making sure the vast majority of the population is inoculated while maximizing the effects of the vaccines with a focus on biodefense.
Oral vaccines are also within NIH’s ideology with the manufacturing of a pill to protect against Anthrax by PaxVax. A pill would be more favorable to military personnel and give the US Armed Forces the ability to inoculate on a grand scale.
The NIH is also involved in the development of a nasal vaccine liken to FluMist that would focus on the human immune system through influence of the immune cells in the sinuses, throat and lungs. By developing nanotherapies that are inhaled, any vaccine could be more easily administered.
Of late, health officials and government agencies are pushing the vaccine agenda in the mainstream media (MSM) through numerous articles placing the idea of immunizations for health purposes into the social meme.
The CDC has recently recommended that all Baby Boomers (people born between 1945 and 1965) be tested for the hepatitis C virus and subsequently vaccinated. They say this “generational epidemic” will claim more Baby Boomers unless they are vaccinated.
And nearly simultaneously, the CDC has not been forthcoming about the dangers of vaccines.
They have edited out scientific evidence from a Danish study that was published in the Journal of Pediatrics, which stated that after Denmark stopped using thimerasol in their vaccines that they saw a significant reduction in the incidents of autism in children.
A new study to be published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, says that those who were vaccinated with the swine flu vaccine have developed antibodies against many other strains of flu; including the H1N1 strain.
The researchers of the study hope that this discovery will lead to the development of a universal vaccine to be administered to everyone. They were attempting to protect a broad range of flu strains and viruses, say Rafi Ahmed, study researcher and director of Emory University’s Vaccine Center.
Perhaps the researchers funded by the US government in conjunction with pharmaceutical corporations can collaborate with the manufacturers of the up and coming universal vaccine. These two scientific advancements would pave the way for the vaccine agenda become a real success.
Guidice supports the advancement of vaccine technology and would like to see a new “approach” to inoculations targeted at children be released to “make it easier for parents” to give into the pressure applied by pediatricians to have children vaccinated.