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#1 of 4 Old 12-20-2012, 07:17 AM - Thread Starter
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I am not debating this study, just putting it forward for people who are interested in such things.


If you do not like this study, there are numerous other reports on the web that link macrophagic-myofascitits to aluminum adjuvants.

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Thanks for posting this.


This is one of the reasons I will never permit my son to be injected with a vaccine that contains aluminum. Well to be fair I wouldn't permit my daughter either. DS is an elite young athlete and there is no way I would take the risk of damaging his body and preventing him from being able to play his sport, which he loves more than just about anything, to his absolute full potential. It has been demonstrated that the aluminum nano-particles can cause tissue damage throughout the body and disrupting muscle control. This could also affect the lungs, limiting oxygen supplies (confirmed with animal studies). Those effected were mostly among adult sports people, most likely because of the stress they put on their muscles.





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I'll add another study this one from 2001.


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From the link in the OP:


Recently, a genetic predisposition to macrophagic myofasciitis has been suggested to account for the disparity between the low prevalence of this disorder and the widespread use of aluminium-containing vaccines, as well as the variable incidence of this condition in different populations


Seems as if it's a relatively rare side effect with a possible genetic association.  Good to know about.

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