Finally found proof - the experts admit that vaccines cause food allergies!
It is buried. Difficult to find. That's because you aren't supposed to know that vaccinations are the main cause of all food allergies!
Date: 3/21/2009 3:05:17 PM ( 8 y ) ... viewed 2563 times
Finally found expert reference to the fact that vaccines cause food
113 No. 1 January 2004, pp. 170-171
Takuji Kumagai, MD
Laboratory of Viral Infection Control Kitasato Institutes for Life Sciences
Tokyo 108-8641, Japan
Pediatric Allergy and Infectious Diseases Society of Sapporo Sapporo
We feel relieved
after reading the paper by Pool et al and the VAERS Team1
on the prevalence of gelatin allergy in the United States. They
conducted a retrospective analysis after measles-mumps-rubella (MMR)
vaccination. Among 26 cases of anaphylaxis, only 6 (27%) were
positive for anti-gelatin IgE antibodies.
The rate of
anaphylactic reactions reported to the VAERS is 1.8 per 1 million
doses, and no substantial increase in number of reported allergic
events after MMR was observed since the introduction of
gelatin-containing diptheria-tetanus-acellular pertussis vaccine
(DTaP) in 1997. We reported that the cases of anaphylaxis
or urticaria showed high positive rates of anti-gelatin IgE
antibodies, and we speculated the causal relationship of the
sensitization by gelatin-containing DTaP.2
gelatin-containing DTaP reduced the incidence of anaphylaxis
after 1999,3 and we have no report
of anaphylaxis after vaccination with live virus vaccines containing
hydrolyzed porcine gelatin in the last few years. Thus, we
were solicitous for the incidence of anaphylaxis in the United
States, but they reported that the incidence of gelatin allergy
was lower than that observed in Japan.
But we suppose the different prevalence of anti-gelatin IgE
depends on sensitivity for the detection of IgE antibodies against
gelatin and especially on the nature of antigen for the assay.
The same was the reason why
the sensitization against gelatin increased in Japan.
Some vaccine manufactures used
poorly hydrolyzed bovine gelatin in DTaP, and some used
hydrolyzed porcine gelatin. A large number of patients with
anaphylaxis had a history of having DTaP containing poorly
hydrolyzed bovine gelatin. Poorly
hydrolyzed bovine gelatin was immunogenic when administered with
alum adjuvant. They
did not mention the nature of gelatin in DTaP in the United
States in their paper, and we suppose that it was probably highly
hydrolyzed porcine gelatin (2–3 kDa). Although it is considered
as less immunogenic,
gelatin-free DTaP is desirable to avoid the
possibility of unnecessary sensitization against gelatin.
What causes vaccine allergies?
Just as drugs and certain foods can cause allergies, any individual can be
allergic to a particular vaccine. In most cases,
the allergy is caused
not by the killed or inactivated virus or bacterium but
by some other vaccine component
that is needed to stabilize or preserve the vaccine.
Allergic reactions vary
in severity. In their mildest form they may consist of itching and a
skin rash or hives.
Anaphylaxis or severe
hypersensitivity reaction causing swelling of the throat and
low blood pressure are
thankfully extremely rare and are treated by the administration of
epinephrine and other anti-allergy medication.
The more typical route of
sensitization, however, is
via the absorption of aluminum
injections and vaccines.
Hyposensitization injections are used as treatment for IgE-mediated
allergies, and the most commonly used extracts in these solutions are
aluminum-contacting antigens. Additionally, aluminum compounds have been
widely used as adjuvants in prophylactic and therapeutic vaccines to
potentiate the immune response. Aluminum-containing vaccines are prepared by
the adsorption of antigens onto aluminum hydroxide or aluminum phosphate
gels or by the precipitation of antigens in a solution of potassium aluminum
...Cox and colleagues reported on an 18-month-old female child with
dermatitis, characterized by acute weeping vesiculation at the vaccination
site, that developed 6 months after she received diphtheria and tetanus
toxoids and pertussis (DTP) triple vaccine. A patch-test result for
aluminum was positive despite no known exposures to aluminum-containing
Dermatitis. 2005;16(3):115-120. ©2005 American Contact Dermatitis Society
Hypersensitivity: Protein-Adjuvant Reactions
related to the tuberculin reaction, is the
host response to pure protein
mixed with an adjuvant. This form of DTH was discovered in 1929
by Louis Dienes. He demonstrated that when ovalbumin, an egg white protein
that is normally not immunogenic, is injected into a tuberculosis tubercule,
the patient would become sensitized to the protein. Later with the
introduction of Freund's adjuvant, the reaction could be mimicked by mixing
the protein with killed mycobacterium in oil.
When it was discovered that
any pure protein
mixed with adjuvant could induce an immune response,
the DTH reaction was termed the Jones-Mote reaction since it was
fundamentally different from the tuberculin reaction in one remarkable
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