My husband’s book “Malcolm is a Little Unwell” about his descent into madness after receiving Sanofi Pasteur’s Yellow Fever vaccine Stamaril (YF-VAX in the U.S.) is receiving glowing

But I wanted to share one review in particular.

It is writen by Chris Barclay, a retired General Practitioner from Suffolk in Great Britain.Chris Barclay is an old school friend of my husband’s, but he is also an expert on viral haemorrhagic fevers, including Yellow Fever. Some 20 years ago, Chris Barclay worked in West Africa and there he witnessed   first hand how the Yellow Fever virus behaves in the human body.

Doctor Barclay slams Sanofi Pasteur*s claim that there is no link between its vaccine and my husband’s illness. Here is his review:

I had expected Malcolm Brabant’s book to be a chronology, a diary of his experiences of mental collapse after his Yellow Fever Vaccination. It had that of course, but so much more. Brabant has he been able to describe his experience throughout the illness, but he has also been able to look at each incident objectively and rationally. He has turned his journalistic training around and applied it (forensically) to himself. The result, along with all the asides and background narration is an utterly compelling biography. It deserves to be very widely read.

Turning to the cause of his disaster… it seems pretty evident that the injection was to blame. Before the jab he functioned in high stress, high demand jobs for years. In fact he appears to have relished and flourished under pressure, traveling widely and reporting regularly from any number of war zones. In other words there  has never been a hint of mental illness or weakness before. And yet, despite a severe viral type physical illness immediately following the Stamaril, live-virus Yellow Fever injection, which was the immediately followed by a prolonged relapsing and remitting psychotic illness the drug company (Sanofi Pasteur) say their jab had nothing to do with it. I once said to a pharmaceutics rep’ that drug companies were interested in dividends for shareholders, bonuses for executives… oh, and good for humanity – in that order. No! he said:” it’s bonuses first and dividends second.” Doing good is not their prime objective. It ain’t personal, its business (i.e. money). Illegitimae non carborundum!

So there you have it. A  medical doctor, who has seen  the  Yellow Fever virus at work in a human body is in no doubt that my husband’s illness was caused by the yellow fever vaccine (the vaccine contains live yellow fever virus.)

I wonder how long  Jean-Paul Kress, CEO of Sanofi Pasteur,  and his men in grey suits  will go on denying facts.

My husband’s book  “Malcolm is a Little  Unwell” –  click here to buy it outside the U.K.

My husband’s book “Malcolm is a Little Unwell – click here to buy it if you live in the U.K.



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  1. Mark Struthers says :

    Dear Trine

    Des Spence is a GP in Glasgow. He writes a regular column about ‘bad medicine’ for the British Medical Journal. He is regularly critical of the pharmaceutical industry, but has never written about vaccines … until recently …

    … in an article ostensibly critical of the bloated ‘statin’ industry. He appears to believe that vaccines are a miracle and that vaccine safety and effectiveness are effectively beyond debate. I disagree. I wrote the following response about Malcolm:

    “Malcolm is a little unwell”

    “Malcolm Brabant, an award winning BBC foreign correspondent, became unwell after a yellow fever vaccination in April 2011. Malcolm Brabant was based in Athens when he had the vaccination in order to undertake an assignment in Africa. In fact, the yellow fever jab sent Malcolm mad. Despite admitting that case reports of mental illness were linked to Stamaril, the vaccine makers have denied responsibility, saying that:

    “Sanofi Pasteur fully supports the safety profile of their yellow fever vaccine Stamaril.” [1]

    Sadly, vaccines are a lot less miraculous than Des would suggest. The truth is that vaccine effectiveness is not easily quantified, and vaccines are certainly not safe for all. Why? Why did Malcolm go mad? Denial of serious vaccine damage is illogical. It is also illogical to deny the honest investigation of serious vaccine reactions. Similar tragedies can only be prevented if the causes are properly understood. Des Spence should read Malcolm Brabant’s book.

    [1] ‘Welcome to my world’ … the world of Trine Villemann, Danish wife of Malcolm Brabant.

    Competing interests: I am not anti-vaccine, but I do not believe that vaccines are an unmitigated miracle.”
    – – – – – – – – –

    The BMJ have declined to post my response, giving no reason, despite polite enquiry. However the BMJ have posted a number of responses about the vaccine issue, including another from me.

    My other response was about Archie Kolokerinos, a Greek Australian doctor, who died last year.

    Archie’s story is a very interesting one, though his life-saving work amongst the Aborigines has been ignored by the medico-pharmaceutical establishments.

    • bvsptn2013 says :

      Well,the BMJ is part of the establishment.I am not surpised that they are shying away from the vaccine-debate.Here in Denmark a very strong anti-Gardasil-lobby is shooting up. It is becoming so influental that the GP’s are not reporting falling numbers of girls getting the vaccine.So we will just have to carry on. For the record, I have never disputed that the yellow fever vaccine saves lives, but I am absolutely fed up with an industry that is allowed to get away with disabling and murdering people withput having to face any responsibility.

  2. ChildHealthSafety says :

    You ask “I wonder how long Jean-Paul Kress, CEO of Sanofi Pasteur, and his men in grey suits will go on denying facts.”

    For as long as drug safety regulators help them like this:
    “UK Drug Safety Agency Falsified Vaccine Safety Data For 6 Million – Millions of Children At Serious Risk”

    And that was done brazenly. It is and was not rocket science to see what they did.

    Well over 80% of 12 year-old British schoolgirls are being given HPV vaccine and for a disease which is not the huge social problem it is made out to be to claim the vaccine programme is justified.

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