Lack of safety trials on aluminium in vaccines

There have been remarkable few clinical trails on the safety of aluminium in vaccines and the few that there have been are grossly inadequate and do not demonstrate safety concludes a recent scientific review. The authors express alarm at the poor design and inadequacy of the few studies that have been performed (some on rabbits) and call for immediate well-designed safety studies. The HPV ('cervical cancer') vaccine is singled out as being the alleged cause of numerous debilitating auto-immune and neurological disorders in the teenagers given the vaccines.
Vaccines can and are made without aluminium. Pharmaceutical companies must urgently demonstrate safety or switch to aluminium-free vaccines.