A new study from Canada shows that exposure to aluminum, a common vaccine additive used to enhance the immune response, is linked with autism-like anti-social behavior in young mice. Aluminum that is injected is absorbed almost 100% and it circulates throughout the body and accumulates in the brain, organs and joints – where it can remain for years, causing many health problems.
Pennsylvania state legislature Senator Mike Folmer is seeking support for a law to require medical professionals to obtain informed consent from parents, which would require that they be told of potential risks associated with the ingredients of vaccines. He also is planning a resolution requesting Congress to repeal the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act that shields vaccine makers from liability for vaccine injuries and prevents parents from suing for damages.
Brains from children with autism have extraordinarily high levels of aluminum, and is linked to aluminum in vaccines. Now we learn that a study from the University of British Columbia found that vaccine adjuvant additives, like aluminum, activate immune genes in mice that are analogous to biomarkers of autism. Yet another study from France found that small doses of aluminum injected over time are likely to end up in the brain.
The study found that the lowest dosage of aluminum, at 200 mcg, actually delivered more aluminum to the brain than a higher dosage. Low dosages may be more able to slip past the immune system and get to the brain before the body responds. The size of the aluminum particles also are believed to play a role as smaller particles pass more easily through the blood-brain barrier. The US government has given legal immunity to vaccine manufacturers so they cannot be sued for any damage to children from vaccines.