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June 30, 2009

An Infowars reader sent the following list of references proving vaccines are deadly. The next time somebody calls you a conspiracy nut for warning about vaccines, print out this list and give it to them.

Vaccines and Immunization References and Research Citations Vaccines Have Been Linked to Leukemias and Lymphomas:

Bichel, “Post-vaccinial Lymphadenitis Developing into Hodgkin’s Disease”, Acta Med Scand, 1976, Vol 199, p523-525.

Stewart, AM, et al, “Aetiology of Childhood Leukaemia”, Lancet, 16 Oct, 1965, 2:789-790. [Listed under Vaccine Adverse Reactions.]

Glathe, H et al, “Evidence of Tumorigenic Activity of Candidate Cell Substrate in Vaccine Production by the Use of Anti-Lymphocyte Serum”, Development Biol Std, 1977, 34:145-148.

Bolognesi, DP, “Potential Leukemia Virus Subunit Vaccines: Discussion”, Can Research, Feb 1976, 36(2 pt 2):655-656….

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http://www.rxpgnews.com/cancer-research/Faulty-immune-memory-can-trigger-cold-sores-cancer_218139.shtml
Faulty immune memory can trigger cold sores
'When immunological memory wanes we become susceptible to infection again. For some vaccines like the tetanus vaccine this occurs after several years, and for many experimental vaccines their memory has so far proved just too short to be useful.

By IANS, [RxPG] A faulty immune memory can trigger infections that may lead to cold sores and even cancer in some people, say researchers.

The memory circuit, identified by the research team, involves a gene and protein called DOCK8, which helps white blood cells form synapses, tiny points of cell contact, that are responsible for memory in the brain.

An increased understanding of immune memory would not only lead to enhanced vaccines but also improve the treatment of cancer, transplant rejection, auto-immunity and allergies.

'Vaccines that provoke long-lasting immunity are among the greatest advances delivered by health research, but the circuits that determine whether they work or not have been among the most difficult to decipher,' said Chris Goodnow from the John Curtin School of Medical Research in Australia and co-leader of the research team.

Lapses of immunological memory also explain the reactivation of infections responsible for cold sores, shingles, yeast infections, and possibly some forms of cancer.

Katrina Randall, clinical immunologist and co-research team leader said: 'Immunity normally lasts for years after we are immunised or infected because our immune system remembers the shape and 'fingerprints' of an infecting microbe…'

'When immunological memory wanes we become susceptible to infection again. For some vaccines like the tetanus vaccine this occurs after several years, and for many experimental vaccines their memory has so far proved just too short to be useful.'

The findings were published in the latest issue of Nature Immunology.

http://www.nature.com/ni/journal/vaop/ncurrent/pdf/ni.1820.pdf
http://www.rxpgnews.com/cancer-research/10.1038/ni.1820

PHILADELPHIA – After a vaccination or an infection, the human immune system remembers to keep protecting against invaders it has already encountered, with the aid of specialized B-cells and T-cells. Immunological memory has long been the subject of intense study, but the underlying cellular mechanisms regulating the generation and persistence of long-lived memory T cells remain largely undefined
http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/news/News_Releases/2009/06/boosting-immune-memory.html

In a breakthrough discovery a research team at The Australian National University has found a critical circuit in the immune system which when faulty causes loss of immunization memory and would explain why some people suffer frequent and repeated infections.
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/170309.php

(ANSA) – SYDNEY, 10 NOV – Perche' delle persone soffrono di infezioni ripetute e frequenti? La risposta potrebbe essere contenuta nella scoperta di un team di immunologi dell' universita' nazionale australiana e dell'ospedale generale di Canberra che hanno individuato un complesso circuito a cui e' affidato un ruolo critico nel sistema immunitario. L'unita' detta DOCK8, composta da un gene e una proteina, ha il compito di conservare la memoria immunologica di lungo termine contro le malattie. Quando la DOCK8 e' difettosa, l'organismo perde la memoria di specifici microbi invasori e diventa vulnerabile ad essi.
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