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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Seven Questions: Johns Hopkins questioned about 40 years of vaccine experiments on Navajos. Censored News awaits response.



By Brenda Norrell
Censored News
Oct. 15, 2020

Update Oct. 22, 2020 by Censored News
Johns Hopkins University researchers on the Navajo Nation responded in general to our questions but has not responded to the most important questions regarding the past 40 years of vaccine experiments on Navajos and White Mountain Apache. We have asked a second time: "Have any Navajos or Apaches become sick or died as a result of Johns Hopkins experimental medicines or treatments? (2) Are blood and DNA of Navajo or Apache stored, how are they used, and who has access to these?"

WINDOW ROCK, Arizona -- Johns Hopkins University researchers have been carrying out medical research on Navajos on the Navajo Nation for 40 years. During those years, very little has been made public about the vaccine and medical research which was carried out in Indian Health Service Hospitals on the Navajo Nation.

Now, Johns Hopkins medical researchers are leading the controversial coronavirus vaccine experiments on Navajos and the Navajo government is pushing the vaccine experiments.