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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

What is a safe level of adjuvant (within vaccines) that our bodies can take before over stimulising , compromising the immune system thus causing autoimmune conditions?

Kind Regards,

gavin roberts

Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

I have not received a response to my question in the timescale required by law? Please respond within 7 days.

Yours faithfully,

gavin roberts

Department of Health and Social Care

Our ref: DE-1201028

 

Dear Mr Roberts,
 
Thank you for your correspondence of 17 January about adjuvants in
vaccines. I have been asked to reply.

The provision of healthcare services is a matter for the NHS locally, and
Department of Health and Social Care officials cannot comment on patients’
care or provide medical advice, as these are matters for trained
healthcare professionals.

 

You may therefore wish to speak to your GP as they are best placed to
provide you with information specific to your circumstances.

 

I am sorry I cannot be more directly helpful.

Yours sincerely,
 
Anthony Moses
Ministerial Correspondence and Public Enquiries
Department of Health and Social Care

 

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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

Unfortunately for Department Of Health the reply is not good enough! How can expect your GP's to know the answer, if their employers do not know the answer? For your information the GP's I have asked do not know?

So in the first instance, I will put it back to the Dept of Health, I suggest you put it back to the people that asked you to reply on their behalf!

It is not sufficient or even fair to put in onto GP's, they have enough on their plate to deal with! The reason I asked the question, was due to watching a Celebrity GP on the Jeremy Vine show giving out false information to the public! Also family members have asked their GP's what is in the flu vaccine? What are the safe levels of adjuvant in a vaccine? Or safe levels of adjuvant when combined in vaccines over a period of time whether that be 24 hours, 1 week or 4 weeks, 6 months, 12 months.

Someone in DOH MUST have this information, as it effects the entire population. Please do not pass the buck to a GP ( GENERAL practitioner). How can you even expect them to have the answer? What does DOH teach them?

Thankyou for a swift reply in contrast to the 1st reply, which was outside of the foi legal boundaries.

Regards,

gavin roberts

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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

Just after some simple facts, who holds the data/information to my question? As DOH cover ALL Health issues. You should have this information at hand!

If you do not hold the data, then you should at least know which 1 of your branches does?

Or simply state you do not hold any data on what levels of adjuvant are SAFE to OUR POPULATION!

I await a professional response, this is a FREEDOM OF INFORMATION request by LAW.

It is not one that you are able to reply with -
"DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL"

Regards

gavin roberts

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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

Unfortunately within the law, you have already had well over 20 days to answer the question!

Basically Department of Health
DO NOT HOLD the DATA in Reference to what are the SAFE LEVELS OF ADJUVANT to the average person, within 1 day, 1 week, 1 month!

If this statement is untrue, please tell me so.

Unbelievable!

Regards,

gavin roberts

Department of Health and Social Care

Our ref: DE-1205275

 

Dear Mr Roberts,
 
Thank you for your further correspondence of 18 February about adjuvants
in vaccines. I have been asked to reply.

Firstly, I should state that the Freedom of Information Act only applies
to recorded information such as paper or electronic archive material.  As
your correspondence asked for general information, rather than requesting
recorded information or documentation, it did not fall under the
provisions of the Act.

 

I was sorry to read that you are dissatisfied with our previous reply on
this matter, as it does not appear to answer your question.

 

Regarding adjuvants in vaccines, I would suggest that you direct your
enquiries to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
(MHRA). The MHRA has responsibility for monitoring the safety of medicines
including vaccines. It is therefore best placed to respond to your
enquiries. You can contact the MHRA at [1][email address].

 

I hope this reply is helpful.

Yours sincerely,
 
Ola Adigun
Ministerial Correspondence and Public Enquiries
Department of Health and Social Care

 

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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

If DOH have not got the safe levels of adjuvant docume then. Then it is simply failing the public
'Duty of Care'

I'm not sure if you're missing the seriousness of the point?

Too much adjuvant causes autoimmune conditions.

So what are the safe levels of adjuvant over a time period?

It effects every single member of the public. It is DOH DUTY to have the data and not pass on to another department hoping they have an answer to the question. All your health departments should hold the data! I hope I have now clarified the importance of the question for DOH. Every member should know as part of their trg.

Regards,

gavin roberts

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