In an interview with The Epoch Times, Aaron Siri discussed the shocking lack of data behind the Hepatitis B vaccine given to newborns.
The Hepatitis B vaccine is given to babies in three doses: the day of birth, one month and six months.
Siri explained that two different Hepatitis B shots are available in the United States.
One is made by Merck (Recombivax HB) and one is made by GlaxoSmithKline (Engerix-B).
“In three clinical studies, 434 doses of RECOMBIVAX HB, 5 mcg, were administered to 147 healthy infants and children (up to 10 years of age) who were monitored for 5 days after each dose,” Siri showed from a package insert.
“There’s no indication there was a control group,” Siri stated.
Siri compared the amount of clinical trial data from the COVID-19 shots compared to the Hepatitis B vaccine.
“COVID vaccines have over 6 months of safety review,” Siri…