Invaluable Resources Demonstrate MUNJIs Are Inherently Unsafe—Thanks to Dr. Weniger

Jet Injectors = Jet Infectors

February 21, 2016

A government expert on public health repeatedly warned the public of the risks and hazards of jet injectors. During Dr. Bruce Weniger’s 15 years of service (1995-2010) as the Lead Researcher on Vaccine Technology within the CDC he collected all-things jet infector. He was known as Mr. Jet Injection. Much of the slides, documents, and studies advocates cite originated from the hands of Dr. Weniger. Here is yet another of his invaluable resources.

The Unintended Consequences of Vaccine Delivery Devices Used to Eradicate Smallpox: Lessons for Future Vaccination Methods, a study conducted by Weniger, Jones, and Chen (2008) has been previously reported. Yet missing all this time has been the poster presentation, which provides evidence of jet injector cross-contamination.

Weniger, Jones, & Chen Poster Presentation

Weniger, Jones, and Chen concluded that “iatrogenic transmission of hepatitis B is likely to have occurred as a result of the inherently unsafe design of multi-use-nozzle jet injectors (MUNJIs) such as the Ped-O-Jet®.”

Naysayers will quickly point-out that Weniger, Jones, and Chen’s conclusion specified hepatitis B and therefore these findings do not apply to hepatitis C which is a more heartier and less infectious virus. Let us not forget my interview with Dr. Peter Hoffman on the transmissibility rates of hepatitis C. Whether 10 picoliters or 100 picoliters these viruses are transmissible at microscopic levels not visible to the human eye. Therefore stating jet injectors can transmit hepatitis B but not hepatitis C is a very, very weak argument.

This information, so explicit and powerful, needs no further explanation.

Here is the poster presentation broken-up for easier viewing.

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Notice
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