From Gaia Health
New research shows how vaccines cause immune system blood cells to divide into non-identical daughter cells. The researchers suspect that this may explain how blood cells can become cancerous, causing leukemia.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine have found how B lymphocytes produce non-identical daughter cells as part of the process of producing antibodies. Their paper on the study, “Asymmetric B Cell Division in the Germinal Center Reaction “, notes that:
Lifelong antibody responses to vaccination require reorganization of lymphoid tissue and dynamic inter-cellular communication called the germinal center reaction.
That is, the production of antibodies via vaccination changes the nature of lymph and the manner in which cells communicate. This is a significant, and serious, permanent change in the way the immune system functions. The authors themselves conclude this many explain how blood cells can turn become cancerous.
Unfortunately, the researchers don’t see, or don’t admit to seeing, the true implication:
Vaccines may be causing leukemia.
Instead, they see their discovery as an opportunity to find better vaccines! That’s rapidly becoming a primary source of income for Big Pharma, so it’s becoming a common statement in basic research. If a researcher hopes to continue receiving funds for studies, then it’s necessary to indicate that what they’ve found could be helpful in the mad dash after anything that might lead to more vaccines.
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