Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Oh Oh!! Authors of Report Concluding Aluminum Vaccine Adjuvants Are Contributing To Increasing Incidence of Autism Disorders Better DUCK!


Authors of a report published in the Comprehensive Guide to Autism
2014, pp 1585-1609 better duck fast! The article abstract reviews the highly toxic nature of aluminum and conclude that research data suggest that vaccines containing aluminum adjuvants may be a contributing etiological factor in the increasing incidence of autism.  Such an assertion is forbidden by health policy authorities if not by science:


"Abstract 

Impaired brain function, excessive inflammation, and autoimmune manifestations are common in autism. Aluminum (Al), the most commonly used vaccine adjuvant, is a demonstrated neurotoxin and a strong immune stimulator. Hence, adjuvant Al has the necessary properties to induce neuroimmune disorders. Because peripheral immune stimuli in the postnatal period can compromise brain development and cause permanent neurological impairments, the possibility that such outcomes could also occur with administration of Al vaccine adjuvants needs to be considered. In regard to the risk of adjuvant toxicity in children, the following should be noted: (i) children should not be viewed as “small adults” as their unique physiology makes them more vulnerable to toxic insults; (ii) in adult humans Al adjuvants can cause a variety of serious autoimmune and inflammatory conditions including those affecting the brain, yet children are routinely exposed to much higher amounts of Al from vaccines than adults; (iii) compelling evidence has underscored the tight connection between the development of the immune system and that of the brain. Thus, it appears plausible that disruptions of critical events in immune development may also play a role in the establishment of neurobehavioral disorders; (iv) the same immune system components that play key roles in brain development appear to be targeted for impairment by Al adjuvants. In summary, research data suggests that vaccines containing Al may be a contributing etiological factor in the increasing incidence of autism."

3 comments:

Anonymous said...


Measles is one of the most contagious illnesses in the world. The vaccine containing aluminum helps to prevent and eliminate this widespread
illness. Side effects from measles includes swelling of the brain and long term cognitive defects.

H L Doherty said...

Anonymous 8:23 pm

Thank you for your comment. I don't doubt the value of vaccines. My son Conor and I received our flu shots a few weeks ago. We have never attributed our son's autism to any vaccine shot. We simply don't know all the factors and I don't believe scientists or researchers do either.
Although I had measles as a child without major repercussions I understand that it can be deadly for many others and understand the role of vaccines in helping prevent such tragedy.

If there are side effects in the nature of neurodevelopmental disorders though I think everyone has the right to know that and to discuss it without fear of attack as occurs repeatedly. I also think that those who incessantly invoke the names Wakefield and McCarthy to explain declines in vaccine uptakes are not coming to grips with some of the reasons for public mistrust.

Your comment is well informed and restrained. I would be interested in your take on the authors' 4 assertions leading up to their conclusion as stated in the abstract:

"(i) children should not be viewed as “small adults” as their unique physiology makes them more vulnerable to toxic insults; (ii) in adult humans Al adjuvants can cause a variety of serious autoimmune and inflammatory conditions including those affecting the brain, yet children are routinely exposed to much higher amounts of Al from vaccines than adults; (iii) compelling evidence has underscored the tight connection between the development of the immune system and that of the brain. Thus, it appears plausible that disruptions of critical events in immune development may also play a role in the establishment of neurobehavioral disorders; (iv) the same immune system components that play key roles in brain development appear to be targeted for impairment by Al adjuvants. In summary, research data suggests that vaccines containing Al may be a contributing etiological factor in the increasing incidence of autism."

Specifically do you take issue with any of these individual points or the conclusion????

Anonymous said...


Harold, thank you for your feedback. I also have a son with severe autism. At the time he had his multiple vaccinations, I was concerned about the possibility of autism due to aluminum.
I think that this is something that needs to be studied discretely. When the original theory came out there was an increase in parents refusing to vaccinate their kids. We are now seeing increases in measles and whopping cough.

Anything can be discussed. I don’t think you would ever find a paediatrician that will discuss the issue. There must be religious communities that live in isolation in Canada and the USA that do not vaccinate their children. What percentage of their children have autism? This could be an answer.