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Newly published research by Keele Conference scientists shows that aluminum adjuvant in vaccines transfers to the brain. 

http://gaia-health.com/gaia-blog/2013-04-12/vaccines-alum-adjuvant-path-to-brain-found/

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and another interesting article

http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2013/06/03/aluminum-and-alzheimers/

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Newly published research by Keele Conference scientists shows that aluminum adjuvant in vaccines transfers to the brain. 

http://gaia-health.com/gaia-blog/2013-04-12/vaccines-alum-adjuvant-path-to-brain-found/


Certainly and interesting research article (original paper link here: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1741-7015/11/99) that 'tracks' the vaccine aluminum in different parts of the body including the brain.

 

But at gaia-health they have decided to sound off the alarms too quickly:

- In the field it is already acknowledged that high levels of aluminum can be toxic

- The authors themselves state that the levels of vaccine aluminum found in mice in their study is very low and should generally not cause any harm to mice (see original's paper conclusion and discussion)

- The authors suggest that levels may be an issue for 'some subjects' (also already known in the field) but very rarely

- Analogous study is needed using humans, if possible

 

Care must be taken to ensure not too much aluminum is transferred to patients. At the moment no evidence is found of the amount of vaccines being too much for the body. Whenever new vaccines are incorporated into the schedule, aluminum levels is one of the factors that are often considered.

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Certainly and interesting research article (original paper link here: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1741-7015/11/99) that 'tracks' the vaccine aluminum in different parts of the body including the brain.

 

"Nanomaterials can be transported by monocyte-lineage cells to DLNs, blood and spleen, and, similarly to HIV, may use CCL2-dependent mechanisms to penetrate the brain. This occurs at a very low rate in normal conditions explaining good overall tolerance of alum despite its strong neurotoxic potential. However, continuously escalating doses of this poorly biodegradable adjuvant in the population may become insidiously unsafe, especially in the case of overimmunization or immature/altered blood brain barrier or high constitutive CCL-2 production."

 

From their conclusion.  

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