Can vaccines cause autoimmune disease? Is there a link between the rising number of vaccines given per the CDC schedule, and the increase in the incidence of autoimmune disease?
Do you, or a loved one, have:
– Rheumatoid arthritis?
– Chronic fatigue?
– Thyroid disease or autoimmune thyroiditis?
– Multiple sclerosis?
– Inflammatory bowel disease?
– Sjögren syndrome (dry eyes, dry mouth)?
– Antiphospholipid syndrome / thrombosis (risk of blood clots)?
– Unexplained or suddenly manifesting chronic muscle & joint pain/weakness?
– Unexplained or suddenly manifesting trouble with memory, attention, planning, or other cognitive impairment or dysfunction (e.g. dysexecutive syndrome)?
Did you answer yes to any of the above?
Have you or your loved one received a vaccine in the past… 8-10 years, or more recently?
You may want to think back and and try to remember how it began…
All of these chronic conditions (or the symptoms of these conditions) can be triggered by aluminum-containing vaccines, and it can take months to several years – even up to a decade – for symptoms to begin to manifest, post-vaccination.
Your injury (or your loved one’s injury) may simply depend on where you (or they) are genetically susceptible to damage.
The problem is that the vast majority of people do not even think to question whether or not a vaccine they received months or years earlier, could have caused their chronic illness. Therefore, these events are almost never documented or reported.
Less than one percent of all vaccine adverse events are ever reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS).
How many people do you know, have been diagnosed with one or more of the autoimmune diseases listed above?
💥 Vaccine injury is not rare.
How many doctors are familiar with the research below, and are aware that they should perform a biopsy to check for the development of “highly specific myopathological alterations” as a reaction to intramuscular injections of aluminum-containing vaccines?
Unfortunately, this is not likely. They will give you a diagnosis, write a prescription for your symptoms, and you will never discover that a vaccine you received years earlier may have been the trigger which set all of it in motion.
Please be cautious and make sure you are educated on these risks prior to consenting to vaccines.
Injecting Aluminum, the documentary.
Here is the film, on Amazon Prime.
[ASIA] Autoimmune (auto-inflammatory) syndrome induced by adjuvants (e.g. Aluminum adjuvants in vaccines). Vaccination triggers rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, thyroid disease, and other autoimmune conditions:
[MMF] Macrophagic myofasciitis, muscle and joint pain and weakness, chronic fatigue, cognitive dysfunction and other autoimmune conditions are triggered by vaccination and cause accumulation of aluminum in the brain:
[MCAD] MMF-associated cognitive dysfunction triggered by vaccination. “Affected patients usually are middle-aged adults, mainly presenting with diffuse arthromyalgias, chronic fatigue, and marked cognitive deficits…”:
Chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia can be triggered by hepatitis B vaccination, as a part of ASIA syndrome:
Inflammatory bowel disease is also part of the clinical spectrum of post-vaccination ASIA:
MMF has been found to be directly triggered by tetanus, Hep A, or Hep B vaccination. Long-term persistence of aluminum injected intramuscularly via vaccine eventually causes systemic symptoms, which can manifest 3-96 months (8 years) later. Median time to symptoms onset is 11 months post-vaccination:
Aluminum overload and toxicity via aluminum-containing vaccines appears to trigger a cascade of adverse immunological effects which can lead to autoimmune conditions:
MMF and other autoimmune conditions develop as a result of vaccination can manifest ten years later:
Central nervous system disease in patients with macrophagic myofasciitis. “Deltoid muscle biopsy searching for myopathological alterations of MMF should be performed in multiple sclerosis patients with diffuse myalgias.”:
Adjuvants- and vaccines-induced autoimmunity: animal models. “Everyday there is more evidence that this relationship is more than casual. In humans, adjuvants can induce non-specific constitutional, musculoskeletal or neurological clinical manifestations and in certain cases can lead to the appearance or acceleration of an autoimmune disease in a subject with genetic susceptibility.”
*Also: Aluminum in Vaccines: History & Toxicity
There are many, many more research articles on this subject.
For more information on this topic, head to PubMed.gov or Google Scholar and search these terms:
“MMF vaccination” or
“Macrophagic myofasciitis aluminum adjuvants”
“ASIA aluminum adjuvants”
“Aluminum adjuvants autoimmunity”