Isn't the amount of aluminium found in the brains of deceased subjects with autism enough proof that aluminium vaccines are harmful? ?
Studies HAVE shown blood cells are able to carry/deposit aluminium to the brain.
- RickLv 64 weeks ago
we already had this discussion about aluminum in deodorants ........
- ElizabethLv 74 weeks ago
The study you are referring to by Prof. Chris Exley has been heavily criticised on two main grounds - firstly, it examined just 5 autistic patients and secondly it lacked any real form of control subjects. The research was partially funded by the Children's Medical Safety Institute which is a US-based organisation that challenges vaccine safety.
A much more thorough study was performed by Karwowski et al. who looked at 85 infants. That study failed to find a link between the Al levels and immunisation history.
The reality is that we don't know what causes autism, but vaccines are almost certainly not the smoking gun.
What we do know is that there are correlations with certain factors such as maternal and paternal age, maternal gestational bleeding, gestational diabetes, maternal prenatal medication use, and the most recent area of research is zinc deficiency.
It is likely that autism is due to a combination of factors that influence one another, but the almost religious belief by some in one factor being the cause (vaccines) isn't really justified. It would make for a nice neat simple explanation but unfortunately the real world doesn't work like that.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Small amounts of aluminum are added to help the body build stronger immunity against the germ in the vaccine. Aluminum is one of the most common metals found in nature and is present in air, food, and water. Plus in deodorant, cooking pans, barbecue grills, bikes, and lots of other things in the environment.
If aluminum vaccines cause autism, why are there so few people with autism compared to the number of people vaccinated...?
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
No, and autistic people don't have more aluminium in their brains. Aluminium isn't used in vaccines anyway. Your information source is wrong and you need up to speed on current research.
I worked in research for most of my adult life.
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- PearlLv 74 weeks ago
i think they might need to study that more
- SciencenutLv 74 weeks ago
Vaccines do not contain Aluminum/Aluminium, and even if they did, the kidneys would excrete it immediately. Don't be daft.
- BillLv 64 weeks ago
you will try any bullshit argument to try and prove what has already so many time s to be a false hood
Vaccines do not cause AUTISM now get it right in your disease affected brain
- G. WhilikersLv 74 weeks ago
Not in the least. Since so many children get these same vaccines there should be a lot more cases of autism. What's going on with the kids who don't turn autistic?
- skeptikLv 74 weeks ago
It's cute that you think a major source of exposure to aluminum is from vaccines.
Pathetic and stupid, but cute.
Re: your update -
Yes, blood cells can carry aluminum to the brain.
And more aluminum enters your body from a single meal cooked in an aluminum pan than from all the injections you will ever get in your entire life.