Stormy - How could you!?!? It's for the children, after all. How would you feel if all the kids were running around with Hoof & Mouth disease and cervical cancer? [/sarcasm]
Vaccines work by prodding the immune system to produce antibodies against viruses and bacteria, thus priming the body against these pathogens before they enter it. Some antibodies, however, can react against not only the intended pathogen proteins, but also against human proteins — a phenomenon called cross-reactivity. A 2015 study published in Science Translational Medicine discovered that antibodies elicited by the Pandemrix influenza vaccine cross-reacted with a human brain protein — hypocretin receptor 2.
Autoimmunity, in which antibodies attack human proteins, is also known to play a critical role in normal brain development, Leckman noted. According to Leckman, if children were experiencing inflammation — a process that promotes autoimmunity — at the time of vaccination, the combination of inflammation and vaccination could have deleterious effects on brain development. Such data on vaccination timing was not included in the database on which the study was based. ~~> Thanks Stormtruth, I took the opportunity of reading this and placed the heavy truth part here above. ( I have noticed other essays on similar topic describe the phenomenon "cross-reactivity" as 'class switching' to do with mast cells, suddenly bringing on radical Ige antibodys that attack the body, instead of the regular antibodies available to it. It's part of the 'non- specific' immune defence system. This causes big problems. )
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