University’s Herpes Vaccine Tests in Hotel Rooms Exposed

One researcher is dead and who knows how many test subjects have been infected with an alleged herpes “vaccine” that was administered to them in clandestine testing both in the US and abroad.  The researcher is William Halford, who was doing research at Southern Illinois University.


US university under fire for off-the-grid herpes vaccine experiments in hotel rooms

Southern Illinois University’s (SIU) medical school has halted all herpes research, one of its most high-profile projects, amid growing controversy over a researcher’s unauthorised methods offshore and in the United States.

SIU’s ethics panel launched a “full” investigation December 5 of the herpes vaccine experiments by university professor William Halford, according to a memo obtained by Kaiser Health News (KHN).

Halford, who died in June, had reportedly injected Americans with his experimental herpes vaccine in St Kitts and Nevis in 2016 and in Illinois hotel rooms in 2013.

He did so without routine safety oversight from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or an institutional review board, according to ongoing reporting by KHN. Some of the participants say they are experiencing side effects.


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