The Pills of De Lorenzo # 1: is this science?
The former Minister De Lorenzo, for the modest sum of 600 million lire, has imposed the compulsory anti-Hepatitis B vaccination in Italy on all infants, minors up to twelve years of age and an audience of subjects arbitrarily considered at risk .
The basis of his bill started from the assumption that, statistically, out of 100 subjects to be vaccinated but subjected to pre-vaccination tests (antibody screening), 40% were positive and therefore not vaccinable while 60% were vaccinated. Eliminating screening simply bridged this gap and led to a super modern generalized vaccination in defiance of any scientific reasoning.
Audio extracted from the hearing of the "De Lorenzo Trial" of February 17, 1997, Naples.