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Aluminum, PD, other neurological disorders. AL in Vaccines.

aspergerian
aspergerian

The neurotoxicity of environmental aluminum is still an issue.

2010.

Abnormal neurological symptoms have been observed in several patients receiving intramuscular injections of Al-containing vaccines and the WHO Vaccine Safety Advisory Committee has recognized that there may be a subset of predisposed individuals who may be sensitive to Al-containing adjuvant (Authier et al., 2001).

When mice were injected with adjuvants containing aluminum in amounts equivalent to those given to US military service personnel, neuroinflammation and cell loss were found in spinal cord and motor cortex, together with memorial deficits were found (Petrik et al., 2007).

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Is aluminum exposure a risk factor for neurological disorders?

The Health Effects of Aluminum Exposure.

2017.

Aluminum is regularly taken up with the daily diet. It is also used in antiperspirants, as an adjuvant for vaccination, and in desensitization procedures. In this review, we present the scientifically documented harmful effects of aluminum on health and the threshold values associated with them.

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Well focused essay by JB Handley, extraordinarily magnificent citations:

Aluminum in vaccines : International scientists have found autism's cause. [Relevant to PD.] What will Americans do? j.b. handley blog.

jbhandleyblog.com/home/2018...

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aspergerian13
aspergerian13 in reply to Osidge

See:

opendemocracy.net/en/opende...

BY SHARYL ATTKISSON.

JULY 25, 2008 / 6:20 PM / CBS.

cbsnews.com/news/how-indepe...

ageofautism.com/2011/01/off...

ageofautism.com/2009/02/vot...

Osidge
Osidge in reply to aspergerian13

Most of these are all old links. Babies get far more aluminium from formula as they could ever possibly get from vaccinations. The last British doctor to try to link autism to vaccinations was struck off.

aspergerian13
aspergerian13 in reply to Osidge

Giordano Bruno had a similar fate. Daring suggest that medical orthodoxy may have flaws is frought with risk . Ignaz Semmelweiss provided discomforting data and was purged.

Osidge
Osidge in reply to aspergerian13

It can never be a problem with your message. You really exhibit a paranoia. What about the aluminium in baby formula - theguardian.com/society/201...

I have not heard any outcry from anti-vaxxers about that. Why?

aspergerian13
aspergerian13 in reply to Osidge

See: jb handley's essay on aluminum and: vaccinepapers.org/the-found...

Here's a quote:

Excerpt:

It is not reasonable or scientific to use studies of ingested, water-soluble aluminum salts (like AlCl3 or Al-lactate) to establish a safe dose of injected, low-solubility aluminum adjuvant (comprising AlOH or AlPO4 nanoparticles). The chemical forms, physical state (soluble vs solid particles) and route of administration are different. Also, the toxicity and transport properties of nanoparticles are a function of the the size, shape, surface chemistry and other particle features. But that is not the subject of this article.

vaccinepapers.org/the-found...

Osidge
Osidge in reply to aspergerian13

Look at the quantities of aluminium involved in injections Try not to use sites that are bound to give you the answer you want. True research starts with an open mind.

aspergerian
aspergerian in reply to Osidge

Follow thine own advice.

For some substances, "the dose makes the poison" has become a shibboleth.

Eg:

Evaluating low-dose toxicity from endocrine active chemicals: New report lays out strategy to evaluate evidence of adverse human health effects from endocrine-disrupting chemicals at low doses -- 2017 -- ScienceDaily.

sciencedaily.com/releases/2...

britannica.com/science/dose...

Osidge
Osidge in reply to aspergerian

This is about drug interactions and allergies generally and does not add a joy to your posts.

Osidge
Osidge in reply to aspergerian

This is a report that merely lays out guidelines for research.

aspergerian
aspergerian in reply to Osidge

This has become a faith-based disagreement. Not worth my time.

bepo
bepo in reply to Osidge

I'm so glad you have an open mind.

I was borderline poisoning with aluminium. It was900 something. Drink Volvic or Fuji water( high silica content), and got it down to 100 something. Symptoms remained pretty stable for 6 years though starting to get stiffer now. I would strongly advise blood tests and toxic tests.2

Thanks for posting that. I have every reason to believe everything posted on that site. I have never had a vaccine, and refused to get a tetnus shot after minor forehead sutures. My hwp got flu shots regularly before 2012. Might there be a correlation with his PD?

Gigi216
Gigi216 in reply to bepo

Yes I think so myself, I used to get flu shots every year until I was 33 because I developed a melanoma right there on my upper left arm where shots were always given and in my research about melanoma it said vaccines could cause cancer at injection site! So anyway no more vaccines for me, and I’ve developed a neurological disorder so who knows might be tied

See:

Inverted U-Shaped Dose-Response Curve of the Anxiolytic Effect of Cannabidiol during Public Speaking in Real Life.

2017.

Pharmacology.

frontiersin.org/articles/10...

Potential Relevance of Bell-Shaped and U-Shaped Dose-Responses for the Therapeutic Targeting of Angiogenesis in Cancer.

2010.

Herein, I review the evidence that hormetic dose-responses (i.e. bell-shaped and U-shaped dose-response curves) are often observed with anti-angiogenic agents. Agents reported to exhibit these types of dose-response include...

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