Monday, February 18, 2013

New health concern: vaccines causing Antiphospholipid Syndrome



Vaccines have always been regarded as an effective weapon in the war against deadly diseases. As a result, a large number of people all over the world have undergone several vaccination programs in the last few decades. Whether those vaccines can be held responsible for the improvement of public health is a topic of controversy, but the negative sides of vaccines are gradually becoming clear. Natural News reports that HPV and tetanus are supposed to cause a relatively new autoimmune disease called Antiphospholipid Syndrome or APS.


One modern vaccine production method involves the use of Outer Membrane Vesicles or OMVs as vaccine adjuvant. OMV is a pathogenic bacterium that imitates the phospholipids that occur naturally in the human body. Vaccines that use this technology are now said to be causing APS. These vaccines include the ones for tetanus, influenza and HPV. A number of studies have been able to relate these vaccines directly to the cause of APS in the human body. The horror is that these vaccines are making the body more and more intolerant of natural phospholipids. It is reported that tetanus vaccines can cause cardiovascular diseases, blindness, skin disorders, neurological disorders and a large number of other physical complications.


According to Heidi Stevenson of Gaia Health, there is an increased possibility of more APS occurrence as more OMV based vaccines are expected to be pushed into the market. Natural News reports that people suffering from APS are victims of untested vaccines and are ending up with damaged eyes and ruptured cardiovascular systems and other organs. APS can attack any part of the body and so it is not known who would suffer from what. It is a process of self destruction that has been introduced by the vaccine technology. Vaccines are creating more problems than solutions in the public healthcare system.


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