“Direct Order” Documentary—Soldiers Ordered to Take Anthrax Vaccine

“Direct Order”: An award-winning documentary tells the story of members of the military who were ordered against their will to take the controversial anthrax vaccine. Federal regulators approved a plan by biotechnology company, VaxGen to test its experimental anthrax vaccine on about 100 people. The human volunteers were injected with the experimental vaccine to see if it’s safe and produces the desired immune response. VaxGen was awarded a $13.6 million federal contract to begin work on the anthrax vaccine. The company is applied for two more anthrax vaccine contracts. The contracts were awarded for advanced testing and manufacturing of 25 million doses. In the last few years, a number of published studies have linked anthrax vaccination to the development of Gulf War Syndrome, among them a study in the British medical journal The Lancet. Hundreds of soldiers have refused the shots after evidence emerged that the vaccinations are connected to a variety of illnesses.

One Response to "“Direct Order” Documentary—Soldiers Ordered to Take Anthrax Vaccine"

  1. Tom Ruman   October 12, 2016 at 11:18 am

    I suffer from inflammation of my joints and back. I do not take any medacation and never have I’ve just been suffering through it. I have hade the entire series of 16 anthrax vaccinations each one burning worse then the one before.

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  2. Diana Glenn   December 6, 2017 at 2:29 am

    My husband server 37 years in the Air Force reserve and was a chief master sgt. He had the Anthrax vac. within a month he could not remember anything and started losing his speech. The V.A. refused to admit it was the vac, The was 50 years old he continued to go down hill and was discharged from the military. My husband was a flight engineer on the C-130 he turned into a vegetable and died on April 10, 2016.

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