Vaccinarea, encefalopatia si autismul

Siringa si ADN-ulIn cazul in care credeati variantele oficiale … de genul vaccinarea nu are nimic de a face cu autismul, iata ca problemele nu sunt deloc lamurite.

Intr-un review al studiilor publicate din 1943 si pana acum in PubMed  si Ovid Medline, H. Ratajczak autoarea review-ului spune asa:

 Documented causes of autism include genetic mutations and/or deletions, viral infections, and encephalitis following vaccination.

Traducere: cauzele documentate ale autismului includ mutatii sau disparitia / stergerea [unor fragmente de ADN], infectii virale si encefalita post vaccinare.

Evident, scepticii sunt pe pozitie desi realitatea este ca stiinta si oamenii de stiinta au fost de nenumarate ori fata in fata cu evidentele si nu au fost in stare sa vada dincolo de limitarile paradigmei in care inoata. Este o chestie interesanta si cu paradigmele astea; iti impun nu numai solutiile dar si modul de a pune problemele. Orice persoana pune problema altfel decat „da voie paradigma” este automat eretic. Thomas Kuhn ( cel care a definit pe larg  distinctia paradigma si efectele sale inclusiv in lumea stiintifica) mentiona adesea cazul descoperirii planetei Uranus. Ei bine, Uranus fusese observat de cel putin 17 ori de diferiti astronomi; toate astea se intamplau in perioada 1690 – 1782. Credinta preponderenta era ca luminile de pe cer sunt stele, dar observatiile legate de ceea ce mai tarziu a fost numit planeta Uranus nu aveau sens daca era considerata stea. Apoi Sir Herschel a venit cu o noua perceptie – „steaua”este o planeta pe orbita! Si totul a devenit clar!  La fel a fost si A. Wegener si teoria lui „ridicola”cu deriva continentelor si provenienta dintr-un singur continent, la fel a fost si cu super-conductorii de temperaturi ridicate sau laserele, la fel se intampla acum cu perceptia legata de efectele adverse ale vaccinarilor dar si cu perceptia legata de influenta mintii individuale si colective asupra modelarii realitatii, chiar daca studiile arata ca aceasta influenta exista si este clara, dincolo de orice dubiu probabilistic si chiar daca in rapoartele guvernelor ( de exemplu SUA in timpul administratiei Reagan) este clara aceasta influenta si mai mult, este considerata un pericol – „recunoasterea generala a gradului de interconectare a mintilor ar putea avea implicatii imense sociale si politice pentru aceasta natiune si pentru intreaga lume”. ( vezi cartea „The roots of consciousness” J. Mishlove 1993).

Evident ca pentru o persoana ca Dr. Brian Strom care este expert guvernamental pentru evaluarea sigurantei vaccinurilor, aceast review este lipsit de substanta, pentru ca este despre teorii iar stiinta este bazata pe fapte. Hmm…. dar faptele pornesc de la teorii si trebuie sa fie legate de teorii, altfel sunt numite fenomene disparate si se cauta in disperare teoriile care sa stea la baza faptelor. Ceea ce mai spune Dr. Storm este ca opinia medicala prevalenta la acest moment este ca efectele secundare a vaccinurilor pot fi „legate” stiintific de encefalopatie dar nu de autism. Desi cele doua diagnostice sunt extrem de legate. Interesant de citit este acest raport ( NU este un studiu). In SUA orice avocat ce a lucrat la cazuri ce implica solicitarea compensarilor pentru efectele adverse cauzate de vaccinare stie ca, daca vrei sa obtii banii, o conditie esentiala este sa nu mentionezi cuvantul autism ci encefalopatie. Si asa obtii compensarile. Paralelismul intre cele doua diagnostice  considerate diferite de catre medicina alopata dogmatica este extrem de interesant.

In lucrarea Helenei Ratajczak este foarte interesant faptul ca autoarea se uita la un factor mai putin discutat si anume continutul de ADn uman al vaccinurilor. Da, vaccinurile contin ADN uman, Ratajczak mentioneaza 23 de vaccinuri. Ea discuta despre cresterea incidentei autismului, crestere ce corespunde cu prezenta ADN-ului uman in vaccinul MMR ( ROR ) si sugereaza ca acest factor joaca un rol important.  Autoarea mentioneaza ca o crestere a autismului s-a inregistrat in 1995 cand vaccinul impotriva varicelei a fost produs folosing tesuturi provenind de la fetusi[i umani].  Ar putea ca acest ADN uman sa cauzeze problemele neurologice? Ratajczak explica faptul ca prezenta ADN-ului uman in vaccin determina aparitia unei reactii din partea corpului gazda ce dezvolta anticorpi impotriva proteinelor respective. Unde se gasesc aceste proteine in mod express? In creier. Deci corpul  ajunge sa „omoare celulele creierului” si exista o continua inflamatie a creierului. Evident, raspunsul Dr. Storm este ca el nu stie ca ADN-ul uman sa provoace autism ( in sensul de dovada stiintifica – nu ca s-ar fi cautat :))  ) iar Ratajczak i-a replicat ca nimeni nu a dovedit contrariul, deci dezbaterea stiintifica este inca deschisa.

Un numar de cercetatori independenti au declarat ca au fost subiectul unor campanii orchestrate pentru a-i discredita atunci cand cercetarile lor au aratat probleme legate de siguranta vaccinurilor, mai ales daca erau legat de subiectul numit autism. Ratajczak a fost intrebata cum de cerceteaza un subiect atat de controversat iar ea a raspuns ca ani de zile a lucrat pentru industria farmaceutica si a avut restrictii legate de ceea ce avea voie sa publice. „Acum sunt la pensie” a declarat catre CBS , „pot sa scriu ce vreau [liber]”

Avand in vedere parerea oficialilor guvernamentali ca teoriile care leaga vaccinurile de autism ar trebui complet respinse iar review-ul publicat de Ratajczak arata exact pe dos, jurnalistii au cerut si parerea CDC-ului . Oficialii de la CDC au spus ca „un review complex realizat de CDC … ar lua ceva timp” si au pus la dispozitie link-urile ce sunt la sfarsitul articolului.

Ratajczak nu adreseaza si alte probleme legate de vaccinare, de exemplu suprapunerile intre proteinele provenite de la virus si cele umane, suprapuneri ce arata clar ca orice copil vaccinat este un candidat 100% pentru o boala autoimuna, dar chiar si asa review-ul este interesant.

Mai jos este articolul aparut pe CBSNews si preluat de Sign of The Times (SOTT)  .

For all those who’ve declared the autism-vaccine debate over – a new scientific review begs to differ. It considers a host of peer-reviewed, published theories that show possible connections between vaccines and autism.

The article in the Journal of Immunotoxicology is entitled Theoretical aspects of autism: Causes–A review. The author is Helen Ratajczak, surprisingly herself a former senior scientist at a pharmaceutical firm. Ratajczak did what nobody else apparently has bothered to do: she reviewed the body of published science since autism was first described in 1943. Not just one theory suggested by research such as the role of MMR shots, or the mercury preservative thimerosal; but all of them.

Ratajczak’s article states, in part, that „Documented causes of autism include genetic mutations and/or deletions, viral infections, and encephalitis [brain damage] following vaccination [emphasis added]. Therefore, autism is the result of genetic defects and/or inflammation of the brain.”

The article goes on to discuss many potential vaccine-related culprits, including the increasing number of vaccines given in a short period of time. „What I have published is highly concentrated on hypersensitivity, Ratajczak told us in an interview, „the body’s immune system being thrown out of balance.”

University of Pennsylvania’s Dr. Brian Strom, who has served on Institute of Medicine panels advising the government on vaccine safety says the prevailing medical opinion is that vaccines are scientifically linked to encephalopathy (brain damage), but not scientifically linked to autism. As for Ratajczak’s review, he told us he doesn’t find it remarkable. „This is a review of theories. Science is based on facts. To draw conclusions on effects of an exposure on people, you need data on people. The data on people do not support that there is a relationship. As such, any speculation about an explanation for a (non-existing) relationship is irrelevant.”

Ratajczak also looks at a factor that hasn’t been widely discussed: human DNA contained in vaccines. That’s right, human DNA. Ratajczak reports that about the same time vaccine makers took most thimerosal out of most vaccines (with the exception of flu shots which still widely contain thimerosal), they began making some vaccines using human tissue. Ratajczak says human tissue is currently used in 23 vaccines. She discusses the increase in autism incidences corresponding with the introduction of human DNA to MMR vaccine, and suggests the two could be linked. Ratajczak also says an additional increased spike in autism occurred in 1995 when chicken pox vaccine was grown in human fetal tissue.

Why could human DNA potentially cause brain damage? The way Ratajczak explained it to me: „Because it’s human DNA and recipients are humans, there’s homologous recombinaltion tiniker. That DNA is incorporated into the host DNA. Now it’s changed, altered self and body kills it. Where is this most expressed? The neurons of the brain. Now you have body killing the brain cells and it’s an ongoing inflammation. It doesn’t stop, it continues through the life of that individual.”

Dr. Strom said he was unaware that human DNA was contained in vaccines but told us, „It does not matter…Even if human DNA were then found in vaccines, it does not mean that they cause autism.” Ratajczak agrees that nobody has proven DNA causes autism; but argues nobody has shown the opposite, and scientifically, the case is still open.

A number of independent scientists have said they’ve been subjected to orchestrated campaigns to discredit them when their research exposed vaccine safety issues, especially if it veered into the topic of autism. We asked Ratajczak how she came to research the controversial topic. She told us that for years while working in the pharmaceutical industry, she was restricted as to what she was allowed to publish. „I’m retired now,” she told CBS News. „I can write what I want.”

We wanted to see if the CDC wished to challenge Ratajczak’s review, since many government officials and scientists have implied that theories linking vaccines to autism have been disproven, and Ratajczak states that research shows otherwise. CDC officials told us that „comprehensive review by CDC…would take quite a bit of time.” In the meantime, CDC provided these links:

Interagency Autism Coordination Committee: http://iacc.hhs.gov

Overview of all CDC surveillance and epi work: http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/research.html

CDC study on risk factors and causes: http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/seed.html

3 responses to “Vaccinarea, encefalopatia si autismul

  1. „Ratajczak agrees that nobody has proven DNA causes autism; but argues nobody has shown the opposite, and scientifically, the case is still open”

    E ca si cum as spune ca nimeni n-a aratat ca fasolea provoaca autism, dar nici nimeni n-a arata ca n-ar provoca autism, ca dovada inca nu stim daca fasolea nu provoaca autism. Tanti, e mai prostuta ca un copil de 3 ani cu dezvoltare normala. iar recneziile ei sint bazate pe studiile lui Mark Geyer care intre timp a fost inchis ptr ca a diagnosticat gresit si i-a obligat pe parinti sa ia riscuri ingrozitoare informindu-i gresit.

  2. Printre tratamentele lui ptr autism, individul foloseste de 10 ori doza cu care se trateaza pubertatea precoce asta si ptr copii de 3 ani. Iar fiul lui a practicat pina in 2012 10 ani medicina desi el n-are decit o scoala de biologie.

  3. Pingback: Jurnal şi introspecţii de mămică: “Dragi părinţi, sunteţi minţiţi!” | EXPUNERE.COM | Adevărul Despre România

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