WHO Advisors Paid by H1N1 Vaccine Makers Profiting on Fear? (Video)
2009 11 26
It's the kind of information that fuels conspiracy theorists everywhere... Danish journalists claim several World Health Organisation advisers are on the payroll of leading pharmaceutical companies that make swine flu vaccines. RT talks to Louise Volle, a journalist at the Danish Daily Information newspaper and a co-author of the report.
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