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Adverse Effects Of Adjuvants In Vaccines



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by Viera Scheibner, Ph.D. 2000

Nexus Dec 2000 (Vol 8, No1)


Other Adjuvants: Squalene

Squalene is an organic polymer with some antigenic epitopes which might be

shared with other organic polymers acting as

immunostimulators. It has been used in experimental vaccines since 1987

(Asa et aL, 2000) and it was used in the experiments

vaccines given to a great number of the participants in the Gulf War. These

included those who were not deployed but received

the same vaccines as those who were deployed.

The adjuvant activity of non-ionic block copolymer surfactants was

demonstrated when given with 2% squalene-in-water

emulsion. However, this adjuvant contributed to the cascade of reactions

called "Gulf War syndrome", documented in the

soldiers involved in the Gulf War. The symptoms they developed included

arthritis, fibromyalgia, lymphadenopathy, rashes,

photosensitive rashes, malar rashes, chronic fatigue, chronic headaches,

abnormal body hair loss, non-healing skin lesions,

aphthous ulcers, dizziness, weakness, memory loss, seizures, mood changes,

neuropsychiatric problems, anti-thyroid effects,

anaemia, elevated ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate), systemic lupus

erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, ALS (amyotrophic

lateral sclerosis), Raynaud's phenomenon, Sjorgren's syndrome, chronic

diarrhoea, night sweats and low-grade fevers.

This long list of reactions shows just how much damage is done by vaccines,

particularly when potentiated by powerful

"immunoenhancers" such as squalene and other adjuvants. Interestingly,

vaccinators as a rule consider such problems as

mysterious and/or coincidental with vaccines. Since the administration of a

multitude of vaccines to the participants (and

prospective participants) in the Gulf War is well-documented (in fact,

veterans claim they were given many more than were

even recorded), this list of observed reactions further incriminates the

vaccines as causing such problems.

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