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What Do Vaccines Really Do?

What do vaccines really do? Behind the doors of their journals, in their repose, each to each, (but not to the general public), they just say it: Neurotixic mercury.

And then they give it to little children, and teen-aged girls…Strange religion we live in.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/21549155/

“The neurotoxic organomercurial thimerosal (THIM), used for decades as vaccine preservative, is a suspected factor in the pathogenesis of some neurodevelopmental disorders.”

That’s right. They just say it: Vaccines cause precisely the neurological damage we now bundle into the label of “autism.” Just don’t ask them to forgive you for not injecting your child. They don’t have the patience for that sort of independent thinking.

If you want to know more about the verifiable, factual, evidential – but hidden history of vaccination, pick up “Official Stories” and read chapters 5 and 6… You’ll see what we’re dealing with in the church of the poisoned needle.

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Many and forever thanks to the moms who suffer the ignominies of this murder racket for diligently combing the medical literature for what the white-coats bury. Thank you, Dana.


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    Persistent behavioral impairments and alterations of brain dopamine system after early postnatal administration of thimerosal in rats.

    Authors
    Olczak M, Duszczyk M, Mierzejewski P, Meyza K, Majewska MD.
    Journal

    Behav Brain Res. 2011 Sep 30;223(1):107-18. Epub 2011 Apr 28.
    Affiliation

    Department of Pharmacology and Physiology of the Nervous System, Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology, 02-957 Warsaw, Poland.

    Abstract

    The neurotoxic organomercurial thimerosal (THIM), used for decades as vaccine preservative, is a suspected factor in the pathogenesis of some neurodevelopmental disorders. Previously we showed that neonatal administration of THIM at doses equivalent to those used in infant vaccines or higher, causes lasting alterations in the brain opioid system in rats.

    Here we investigated neonatal treatment with THIM (at doses 12, 240, 1440 and 3000 ?g Hg/kg) on behaviors, which are characteristically altered in autism, such as locomotor activity, anxiety, social interactions, spatial learning, and on the brain dopaminergic system in Wistar rats of both sexes. Adult male and female rats, which were exposed to the entire range of THIM doses during the early postnatal life, manifested impairments of locomotor activity and increased anxiety/neophobia in the open field test. In animals of both sexes treated with the highest THIM dose, the frequency of prosocial interactions was reduced, while the frequency of asocial/antisocial interactions was increased in males, but decreased in females.

    Neonatal THIM treatment did not significantly affect spatial learning and memory. THIM-exposed rats also manifested reduced haloperidol-induced catalepsy, accompanied by a marked decline in the density of striatal D? receptors, measured by immunohistochemical staining, suggesting alterations to the brain dopaminergic system. Males were more sensitive than females to some neurodisruptive/neurotoxic actions of THIM. These data document that early postnatal THIM administration causes lasting neurobehavioral impairments and neurochemical alterations in the brain, dependent on dose and sex. If similar changes occur in THIM/mercurial-exposed children, they could contribute do neurodevelopmental disorders.

    Copyright © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
    PMID
    21549155 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
    Full text: Elsevier Science
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