CMSRI Wins Award For Outstanding Research On Dangers Of Vaccination

CMSRI Wins Award For Outstanding Research On Dangers Of Vaccination

For many years, the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI) has been tirelessly campaigning about the dangers of vaccination. Their research is second to none, and they have helped fund studies conducted by some of world’s leading scientists and researchers, ensuring that children from around the world have a far safer future to look forward to.

On their website, they stated that:

There is a growing worldwide epidemic of chronic disease and disability. The Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI) is dedicated to funding research into why – and what can be done about it. [1]

In fact, CMSRI is one of the few organizations solely dedicated to funding independent research. All of the research funded by this organization is completely independent and has not received financial backing from the pharmaceutical industry.

This is extremely important because the majority of research claiming scientific proof that vaccinations are safe is being offered to the public by organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), groups that are financed by the pharmaceutical industry and therefore cannot be classified as being completely independent.

This year alone, the CMSRI has helped to fund the following studies and many more:

  • The first ever comparative health outcomes study of vaccinated and unvaccinated homeschooled children. [2, 3]
  • Research enabling measurements of aluminum content in human brain tissue of brain donors who had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and autism. [4]
  • Basic bench science of the biochemistry of aluminum adjuvants to study what happens after aluminum is injected; this research was never done by health authorities before deciding that it was safe to include aluminum in an increasing number of childhood vaccinations. [5]
  • A study of dietary aluminum exposure and toxicity in a pediatric population; research on the effect of aluminum adjuvants in clinically relevant doses on behavior in a mouse model of HPV vaccine. [6]
  • A study to evaluate the bio-distribution of aluminum after it has been injected; where does the aluminum travel, what mechanisms are activated, what is the timing of the distribution of aluminum in distant organs. [7]
  • An international autoimmune disease registry to enable clinicians from around the world to share and analyze data on symptoms, treatment and causal factors of sometimes rare autoimmune/auto-inflammatory conditions. [8]

In fact, CMSRI has been ahead of some of the leading institutions in the world,  funding research for nearly a decade on causal factors underlying these epidemics.

To see a comprehensive list of all of the research funded by CMSRI, please go to the CMSRI website. [9]

CMSRI Receives an Award for Their Work

Due to the nature of their work, it is rare for such an organization to receive recognition for their work. However, amazingly, just days ago, CMSRI was fortunate enough to receive such an honor, when they were awarded $20,000 towards their research and public awareness programs at The Truth About Cancer charity gala.



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