By Catherine Frompovich
A one-word answer is: Ingredients, otherwise known as adjuvants, excipients and growth mediums. The science spun around them is so outrageously counter to human biochemistry, one has to wonder what’s wrong with oversight agencies such as U.S. CDC, FDA, Congress, plus medical doctors, nurses, and gung-ho health advocates who spout vaccines and vaccinations are ‘safe’.
Adjuvants are those ‘ingredients’ in vaccines that supposedly enhance immune response but, in reality, can harm brain cells, particularly in children, which often is the cause of vaccine-induced encephalitis, but attributed to parents’ abuse known as Shaken Baby Syndrome.
Adjuvants can include aluminum in at least four different formulations, squalene (shark oil), peanut oil (often not label-listed) and numerous others that I’ll let Viera Scheibner, PhD, describe at http://www.whale.to/vaccine/adjuvants.html. What you learn there I couldn’t begin to encapsulate in this article.
Apparently there are adverse reactions—serious ones at that—attributed to “post-vaccination phenomena” as reported by Shoenfield and Agmon-Levin in the article “Autoimmune/inflammatory syndrome induced by adjuvants” published in the February 2011 issue of the Journal Autoimmunology, pp. 4-8. The acronym for this syndrome is ‘ASIA’.
Something on the horizon for vaccines may be Injectable silicone implants as vaccine delivery vehicles http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11906759 that most likely will be more problematic than current adjuvants, since silicone damage in the body is well known from silicone breast implant leakage.