(Editor’s note: Companies owned by multi-billion pharma giant Sanofi, have paid huge criminal fines in the past (feel free to look it up in the mainstream media) so the fact that professors and medical doctors think this is horrific, too does not surprise us!)
Sanofi Pasteur, one the world’s leading vaccine makers (No. 2 among vaccine makers, with global sales of $6 billion) with a checkered past, had a potentially serious and costly problem on its hands in April of 2013: Its Monroe County plant discovered pieces of glass in batches of a vaccine intended for babies. It is unclear how many ActHIB vaccines affected by delamination were distributed as Sanofi refused to provide numbers when asked.
The glass was found in samples of a vaccine that had already been distributed to customers and which would not expire until September 2014. Sanofi did the right thing and sent the samples to an outside laboratory for analysis where the lab found evidence of delamination (which occurs when vaccine vials shed flakes of glass called lamellae)… [read more]