Dirty tricks, outrageous profits, sick young women and the question: “Why do so many vaccines contain aluminum – and what is it doing under the skin?” The investigative documentary deals with a highly sensitive topic without serving the prejudices of those opposed to vaccination.
UNDER THE SKIN – What does aluminum do in vaccinations?
When the first vaccine against human papilloma viruses, the product “Gardasil,” is launched in 2006, there is great enthusiasm: the “first vaccination against cancer” promises “almost 100 percent” protection against cervical cancer. The health authorities approve the vaccination in record time and one of the inventors even receives the Nobel Prize. A massive advertising campaign is launched and almost all industrialized countries include the HPV vaccination in their vaccination schedules. The manufacturing company Merck earns billions.
But then the bad news starts to mount. Severe side effects occur in girls and young women. A Danish team of doctors investigates the symptoms and suspects an autoimmune background.
One detail seems particularly suspicious: a new, extra-strong aluminum compound was used in Gardasil. Was this ever tested for safety?
Secret documents emerge that show that the authorities are not fulfilling their control function, but are acting as business partners of the industry. . And the suspicion arises that the good image of vaccinations has been abused to launch a blockbuster worth billions.
Uniquely for a documentary film, a scientific study on sheep that has been running for over two years is followed live, so to speak: from the presentation at a congress – to the publication of the extremely interesting results.
Also exciting is a subplot that portrays a phenomenon in cats: These animals tend to develop malignant tumors at the vaccination site. Here, the industry has developed aluminum-free cat vaccines and since then these “vaccine-associated sarcomas” rarely occur.
So, if the will exists, it would be no problem to replace aluminum adjuvants with more compatible products. However, the corporations shy away from the high costs in this regard.
“UNDER THE SKIN” breaks the big taboo around the safety of vaccinations and opens a public discussion that is long overdue.