(Natural News) In a failed attempt at trying to dissuade educated parents against choosing to not have their children vaccinated based on antibody blood tests, Big Pharma hack Paul Offit has inadvertently admitted, on the record, that the federal government's official vaccine policies are fundamentally flawed, at best, and very likely scientifically fraudulent.
In a recent video published by the "Vaccine Education Center" at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) where he works, Offit tries to make the case that antibody blood tests, which measure antibody levels as an indicator of immunity against disease, aren't medically useful. If this is the case, then everything that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) rely upon to create vaccine policy is also not medically useful, or accurate.
Using antibody blood tests to try to measure a protective immune response, in Offit's own words, is "not as easily done as you would think." And yet, the presence of antibodies in the blood has long been what government officials claim is, in fact, a valid indicator that a person is immune to disease – so which is it?
The answer is neither and both, depending upon what's trying to be accomplished. In Offit's case, the goal is to keep as many parents as possible on the vaccine train, which will ensure that vaccine manufacturers like himself continue to rake in massive profits. At the same time, Offit's very argument is invalidated by his own admissions towards this end, as he clearly states in the video that antibody titer does not necessarily correlate with immunity. Similarly, a lack of antibodies is not necessarily an indicator of a lack of immunity.
Using a measles outbreak that occurred during the late 1980s and early 1990s to try to make his point, Offit states in the video that, when looking back on this particular outbreak, it was discovered that "there were many people who had been vaccinated, but who didn't have antibodies against measles who were still protected." In other words, antibody tests aren't, in fact, a valid indicator of immunity, even though this is what the government uses as "evidence" that vaccines somehow work.