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STUDY: Vaccines adsorbed onto aluminium salts are a more frequent cause of local post-vaccinal reactions than plain vaccines.



 
 
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Old August 20th 07, 05:57 PM posted to misc.health.alternative,talk.politics.medicine,sci.med.nursing,misc.kids.health
Ilena Rose
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Default STUDY: Vaccines adsorbed onto aluminium salts are a more frequent cause of local post-vaccinal reactions than plain vaccines.

Merck has chosen to use aluminum as an adjuvant in their Gardasil:
http://ilena-rosenthal.blogspot.com

Rocz Panstw Zakl Hig. 1993;44(1):73-80.Links
[Aluminum as an adjuvant in vaccines and post-vaccine
reactions][Article in Polish]
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/en...t=AbstractPlus

Fiejka M, Aleksandrowicz J.
Zakladu Badania Surowic, Warszawie.

Aluminium compounds have been widely used as adjuvants in prophylactic
and therapeutic vaccines. Adjuvants are able to stimulate the immune
system in a nonspecific manner, i.e. high antibody level can be
obtained with minimal dose of the antigen and with reduced number of
inoculations. Adjuvants use has been mostly empirically determined by
such factors as efficacy and safety. The mechanism of action of the
aluminium adjuvants is not completely understood and is very complex.
The basic factors of the mode of action: 1) the complex of antigen and
aluminium gel is more immunogenic in structure than free antigen, 2)
effect "depot"--The antigen stimulus last longer, 3) the production of
local granulomas. Vaccines adsorbed onto aluminium salts are a more
frequent cause of local post-vaccinal reactions than plain vaccines.
5-10% those vaccinated can develop a nodule lasting several weeks at
the injection site. In some rare cases the nodules may become
inflammatory and even turn into an aseptic abscess. The nodules
persisting more than 6 weeks may indicate development of aluminium
hypersensitivity. Finally aluminium adjuvant immunogens induce the
production of IgE antibodies.

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Old August 20th 07, 06:30 PM posted to misc.health.alternative,talk.politics.medicine,sci.med.nursing,misc.kids.health
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Default STUDY: Vaccines adsorbed onto aluminium salts are a more frequentcause of local post-vaccinal reactions than plain vaccines.

The aluminum salts help the vaccine work better!

Jeff
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Old August 21st 07, 12:18 AM posted to misc.health.alternative,talk.politics.medicine,sci.med.nursing,misc.kids.health
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Default STUDY: Vaccines adsorbed onto aluminium salts are a more frequent cause of local post-vaccinal reactions than plain vaccines.

On Aug 20, 12:57 pm, Ilena Rose wrote:
Merck has chosen to use aluminum as an adjuvant in their Gardasil:http://ilena-rosenthal.blogspot.com

Rocz Panstw Zakl Hig. 1993;44(1):73-80.Links
[Aluminum as an adjuvant in vaccines and post-vaccine
reactions][Article in Polish]http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_...

Fiejka M, Aleksandrowicz J.
Zakladu Badania Surowic, Warszawie.

Aluminium compounds have been widely used as adjuvants in prophylactic
and therapeutic vaccines. Adjuvants are able to stimulate the immune
system in a nonspecific manner, i.e. high antibody level can be
obtained with minimal dose of the antigen and with reduced number of
inoculations.


Local reactions are those at the site of injection. In other words,
it MAY cause some redness, itching, and even soreness. Most local
reactions are fleeting, less than 24 hours. The adjuvant greatly
improves the efficacy of the vaccine. A little itching is a very good
trade off for increased safety & protection.

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Old August 21st 07, 12:49 AM posted to misc.health.alternative,talk.politics.medicine,sci.med.nursing,misc.kids.health
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Default STUDY: Vaccines adsorbed onto aluminium salts are a more frequent cause of local post-vaccinal reactions than plain vaccines.

On Aug 20, 12:57 pm, Ilena Rose wrote:
Merck has chosen to use aluminum as an adjuvant in their Gardasil:http://ilena-rosenthal.blogspot.com

Rocz Panstw Zakl Hig. 1993;44(1):73-80.Links
[Aluminum as an adjuvant in vaccines and post-vaccine
reactions][Article in Polish]http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_...

Fiejka M, Aleksandrowicz J.
Zakladu Badania Surowic, Warszawie.

Aluminium compounds have been widely used as adjuvants in prophylactic
and therapeutic vaccines. Adjuvants are able to stimulate the immune
system in a nonspecific manner, i.e. high antibody level can be
obtained with minimal dose of the antigen and with reduced number of
inoculations. Adjuvants use has been mostly empirically determined by
such factors as efficacy and safety. The mechanism of action of the
aluminium adjuvants is not completely understood and is very complex.
The basic factors of the mode of action: 1) the complex of antigen and
aluminium gel is more immunogenic in structure than free antigen, 2)
effect "depot"--The antigen stimulus last longer, 3) the production of
local granulomas. Vaccines adsorbed onto aluminium salts are a more
frequent cause of local post-vaccinal reactions than plain vaccines.
5-10% those vaccinated can develop a nodule lasting several weeks at
the injection site. In some rare cases the nodules may become
inflammatory and even turn into an aseptic abscess. The nodules
persisting more than 6 weeks may indicate development of aluminium
hypersensitivity. Finally aluminium adjuvant immunogens induce the
production of IgE antibodies.


How about this link regarding aluminum's role in human toxicity?
http://www.straight.com/article/vacc...sinister-side?

Aluminum is known for its human toxicity.
Mixed with alcohol, it generates toxic alkoxcides, fatal to humans.
On the skin, dermatitis results.
When injected, and particularly in combination with other metals and
filth, who knows.

DrCee

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Old August 21st 07, 01:03 AM posted to misc.health.alternative,talk.politics.medicine,sci.med.nursing,misc.kids.health
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Default STUDY: Vaccines adsorbed onto aluminium salts are a more frequent cause of local post-vaccinal reactions than plain vaccines.

On Aug 20, 12:57 pm, Ilena Rose wrote:
Merck has chosen to use aluminum as an adjuvant in their Gardasil:http://ilena-rosenthal.blogspot.com

Rocz Panstw Zakl Hig. 1993;44(1):73-80.Links
[Aluminum as an adjuvant in vaccines and post-vaccine
reactions][Article in Polish]http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_...

Fiejka M, Aleksandrowicz J.
Zakladu Badania Surowic, Warszawie.

Aluminium compounds have been widely used as adjuvants in prophylactic
and therapeutic vaccines. Adjuvants are able to stimulate the immune
system in a nonspecific manner, i.e. high antibody level can be
obtained with minimal dose of the antigen and with reduced number of
inoculations. Adjuvants use has been mostly empirically determined by
such factors as efficacy and safety. The mechanism of action of the
aluminium adjuvants is not completely understood and is very complex.
The basic factors of the mode of action: 1) the complex of antigen and
aluminium gel is more immunogenic in structure than free antigen, 2)
effect "depot"--The antigen stimulus last longer, 3) the production of
local granulomas. Vaccines adsorbed onto aluminium salts are a more
frequent cause of local post-vaccinal reactions than plain vaccines.
5-10% those vaccinated can develop a nodule lasting several weeks at
the injection site. In some rare cases the nodules may become
inflammatory and even turn into an aseptic abscess. The nodules
persisting more than 6 weeks may indicate development of aluminium
hypersensitivity. Finally aluminium adjuvant immunogens induce the
production of IgE antibodies.


Sorry for the repost, but I cannot find my reply.

As for the toxicity of aluminum, consider this report:

http://www.straight.com/article/vacc...sinister-side?

Aluminum and its compounds are known toxins for humans, ranging from
dermatitis to fatal reactions.

What all can happen when aluminum is injected into the tissues along
with other metals and foreign filth, can only be guessed about.

DrCee
Not a member of the church of modern medicine.

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Old August 21st 07, 10:26 AM posted to misc.health.alternative,talk.politics.medicine,sci.med.nursing,misc.kids.health
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The aluminum salts help the vaccine work better!

Jeff


better at maiming, yes http://www.whale.to/y/aluminium.htm


 




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