Aluminum (Vaccine Ingredient) Inducing Autism
Aluminum induces "neurotoxicity". Now, in this study there was a direct correlation between the number of aluminum containing vaccines and the rate of autism (Shaw et al., 2013). We know that patients with autism have neurotoxic brains because cadaver studies show chronic inflammation, and other research demonstrates high glutamate, and cytokines (Rose et al., 2012; Shimmura et al., 2011; Katsuaki et al., 2011). There have been duplicating studies that show aluminum containing vaccines induce nerotoxicity creating the pathophysiology of autism (Shaw, C., Tomljenovic, L., 2013; Seneff et al., 2012; Tomljenovic et al., 2011; Kumar, S., 2002). Further, aluminum interacts negatively with mercury, lead, and glyphosate (GMO herbicide), and is implicated for neurological disease (Shaw et al., 2014).
Aluminum adjuvants create "induced macrophage activation... resulting interlukin 1, interleukin 6, and TNF production", which is seen in both type 1 diabetes and autoimmune autism, both of which are epidemic in our pediatric population. Here are two studies that show autoimmune disease correlating with vaccine adjutants (Tomlijenovic, L., Shaw, C., 2012; Israeli et al., 2009; Inbar et al., 2016). Further research shows aluminum adjuvant induced immunological disorders (Tomlijenovic, L., Shaw, C., 2011; Gherardi et al., 2001). The New York Times wrote a great article that plainly explains autoimmune autism, which is a very lengthy topic that you can explore (Velasquez-Manoff, M., 2012). Autoimmune autism is also described as immunoexcitotoxicty and a mechanism in chronic encephalopathy. Immunoexcitotoxicity causes increased glutamate, oxidative stress, mitochondrial suppression etc. all of which are seen in autism spectrum children (Blaylock et al., 2011).
In another study that used radiotracers to track the path and endpoints of vaccine aluminum adjuvants from inter muscular injections, which traveled into the brain and accumulated in neurological cells, like the microglia (Khan et al., 2013). Now isn't it interesting that the microglia is described as a 'helper cell' of the innate immune response, and is also found to be abnormally active in patients with autism (Hughes, V., 2013). This arm of the immune response (innate) is never part of the clinical trial work up, therefore this toxicology is ignored by those in support of vaccination. Further, there are other chronic diseases that have over active microglia like AIDs dementia, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, some even say chronic depression. Microgial cells are immune cells that secrete poisons in order to kill microbes that invade the brain. You know when you are sick with the flu (or other infections) and feel foggy -- that is why, your microglia are working hard to clear the infection. The trouble starts when you have overactive microglial cells. This study demonstrates that vaccine adjuvants that are known neurotoxins, which are accumulating in these cells that happen to be a biomarker for autism (Khan et al., 2013).
Several studies show vaccine aluminum adjuvants cause oxidative stress, which is seen in the autism population (Bernardo et al., 2012; Chia-Yi Yuan et al., 2012; Rose et al., 2012).
Same Bio Markers As Alzhimer's
Aluminum has been described as the "disease aetiology" in Alzhimer's (Exley, C., Vickers, T., 2014). If you look at the biomarkers (cytokine, microglia, glutamate) in Alzhimer's disease you will find direct correlation in the biomarkers in autism. Excitotoxicity and Immunoexitotoxicity triggered by epigenetic factors are at work in both disorders but the presentation of symptoms are not similar, which is to be expected due to the variations in brain development in these comparative populations.
This ends the summation all the relevant data demonstrating vaccine induced autism in relation to aluminum adjuvant injection.
Autism & Autoimmunity (Vaccine Induced)
One study clearly showed systemic autoimmunity caused by vaccination (Tsumiyama, K., 2009). Autoimmunity is a heavy player in autism according to a study that looked at maternal prevalence of antibrain antibodies, which correlated with autism spectrum disorders in their offspring (Brimberg et al., 2013).
Autoimmune Autistic Disorder
Autoimmune autistic disorder (AAD), is also described as being a virus-induced mechanism, and heavy metal (mercury)-induced pathogenesis for autism (Singh, V., 2009). This disorder is also described as being vaccine adjuvant induced (see above). Autoimmunity is prevalent in the autism community and one cause can be through live viral vaccination, and adjuvant exposures.
Autism is Epigenetic (Vaccine Induced)
Autism and Encephalopathy (Vaccine Induced)
The association between vaccine induced encephalopathy resulting in autism is also known and spoken of by our health authority....
David Bowman, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration made this statement regarding the brain injury outcome of encephalopathy and autism. "The government has not compensated any case based on a determination that autism, in the absence of acute neurological illness, was actually caused by vaccines. The government has compensated cases where a child showed sudden serious brain illness (called acute encephalopathy) at the time of vaccination. Some of these compensated children go on to develop long term medical and developmental problems. These problems may be the result of the brain illness or may develop for other reasons. Long term medical problems may include seizures, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, mental retardation, as well as the diagnosis of autism (Newton, N., 2013).
The CDC's details that the DTaP/MMR vaccine causes; "Long-term seizures, coma, or lowered consciousness, PERMANENT BRAIN DAMAGE" [emphasis added] (CDC, n.d.).
Vaccine Induced Autism FOIA Documents
Hep B Vaccine Induced Autism
Haemophilus Influenzae Type B (HIB) Induced Autism
Thimerosal (Vaccine Ingredient) Inducing Autism
Thimerosal is still being used in specific vaccines given to pregnant women, infants and children (FDA, 2014).
Thimerosal Causes Autism
It should be no surprise that dozens of studies show thimerosal a neurotoxin causes autism, a neuro developmental disorder (YN et al., 2013; Geier et al., 2013; Dorea, J., 2013; Brown, I., Austin, D., 2012; Sulkowski et al., 2012; Dorea, J., 2011; Duszczyk-Budhathoki, M., 2012; Olczak et al., 2011; Olczak et al., 2010; Desoto, C., Hitlan, R., 2007; Waly et al., 2004; Verstraeten et al., 1999).
High Metal Levels
Some studies document high toxic metals in autistic patients, and even the variation of these levels correlates with autism severity (Adams et al., 2013; Yasuda, & Tsutsue, 2013; Yassa, 2014).
Thimerosal is shown to be a mitochondrial toxin, and in children with mild mitochondrial defects have a increased susceptibility to thimerosal exposure. Thimerosal in this subset of children might be the pathogenesis of autism (Sharpe et al., 2013; Sharpe et al., 2012). Mitochondrial disorders are not rare in the autism community. Further, individuals can acquire mitochondrial dysfunction through environmental toxins lacking a familial link (Frye et al., 2013)
Glutathione is the most powerful anti-oxidant in the body and seen depleted in children with autism (Rose et al., 2012). Thimerosal is shown to cause glutathione depletion, which may demonstrate and exacerbation of neurotoxicity (James et al., 2005).
Human Fetal Cell Line (Vaccine Ingrediant) Induced Autism
MMR Vaccine Inducing Autism
As we discussed earlier regarding aluminum adjuvants, the MMR vaccine can also cause autoimmune autism (Singh, V., 2009). It should be noted that many times the MMR is simultaniously injected in with aluminum containing vaccines, thereby possibly increasing this risk.
MMR In Combination With Acetaminophen
It is common that mothers give Tylenol to their children both pre and post vaccination to decrease the pain and subsequent fevers. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) given after the MMR vaccination is directly associated with an autism diagnosis (Schultz et al., 2008).
Autistics Have Abnormal Immune Reaction To MMR
There are several studies that show MMR vaccinated individuals have abnormal measles antibodies then their neurotypically peers (Singh et al., 2003). Further these MMR specific antibodies are being discovered in the central nervous system (CNS) in individuals who are suffering from autoimmune autism (Singh et al., 2002). In one case study a finding of measles inclusion-body encephalitis (MIBE) occurred after the MMR vaccination in a healthy 21-month boy. The virus was the Moraten and Schwarz vaccine strain detected by an electron microscope (Bitnun et al., 1999).
Vaccine Uptake And Increasing Autism Prevalence
Vaccine Induced Somali Autism Anomaly
Vaccine Induced Negative Long-term Neurological Events
Vaccine Induced Autism In Unborn Children
It is the immune citokynes generated by the mother in response to the vaccine which enter the baby’s brain and cause brain development problems,” explains Blaylock. “What we are going to see 20 years from now, is a significant increase in schizophrenia and autism.” Dr. Blaylock warns that, just as it is done today with autism syndrome disorder, in the near future, government agencies and the pharmaceutical industry will claim not to know what the cause of the rise in schizophrenia is.
Dr. Frank DeStefano, CDC Director of Immunization Safety
"I guess, that, that is a possibility,” said DeStefano. “It’s hard to predict who those children might be, but certainly, individual cases can be studied to look at those possibilities."
GSK Document Autism As Outcome In Vaccine Clinical Trials
Now is the time to stand for our children and demand that the documents be made public, not just in the
circles of vaccine injured communities but a complete unveiling of the crimes of concealment so good and productive scientific, and medical protocols can be put in place to protect preceding vulnerable children and the ones who are injured can finally receive adequate care that is covered by insurance providers. To continue to deny these criminal acts, and adequate care to so many children, now 1:50 is a moral erosion of this nation and further disintegration of trust for the government health authority.
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