Vaccination can trigger a series of cascading events that disturbs the balance between “protective immunity” and “destructive inflammation.”
Vaccines and neuroinflammation
Giannotta G, Giannotta N. Vaccines and neuroinflammation. International Journal of Public Health & Safety. 2018;3:3.
This study explores molecular mechanisms capable of explaining “post-vaccination inflammatory syndrome” and the neuroinflammation observed in children with autism. Focusing especially on vaccines (such as HPV vaccines) that contain biopersistent aluminum adjuvants, the authors describe how “continuously escalating doses of this poorly biodegradable adjuvant…may become insidiously unsafe,” especially in children who are vaccinated repeatedly or who have an immature or altered blood-brain barrier. Vaccination can trigger a series of cascading events (involving overexpression of the signaling molecules that regulate inflammation and activation of brain cells called microglia) that disturbs the balance between “protective immunity” and “destructive inflammation.”