To Develop a Hepatitis Vaccine, Scientists Experimented On Disabled Children at Willowbrook State School

I originally posted the following information and commentary upon my Facebook wall…

The Hideous Truths Of Testing Vaccines On Humans:

(Leah Rosenbaum) Sixty years ago, a monstrous hepatitis experiment was performed on mentally disabled children at Willowbrook State School that raises serious ethical questions about vaccine challenge trials for Covid-19.

Nina Galen was ten years old when she became part of one of the most controversial human experiments in American history. Her mother, Diana McCourt, was looking for an institution that could care for her severely autistic daughter. “I was just desperate,” McCourt says now, more than 50 years later. “I think I was having a breakdown because I was just trying to take care of everything.”

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: The children were disabled, the school was run by the government, and the so-called medical professionals intentionally infected their young victims with Hepatitis A, in order to run vaccine challenge trials. “Because, science,” right? For the “greater good,” no? Can you say, “eugenics”?

“Willowbrook was one in a long line of human experimentations on children, prison inmates, people in mental health facilities, and minority communities, and Tuskegee was the tipping point.”

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