A 15-year-old autistic boy had one tissue sample with levels of aluminum 22 times higher than those found in healthy individuals. Researchers suggest that childhood vaccines are a potential source of the toxic metal.
In the 1990s, French clinicians and researchers began noticing and reporting on a mysterious inflammatory muscle disorder with a distinctive pathological pattern that later earned the name “macrophagic myofasciitis” or MMF.1 Myofasciitis refers to inflammation of muscles and their connective tissue (fascia).
Concentrations of Aluminum in Breast Tissue Suggest Clear Association
This study describes a matched case-control analysis of the relationship between the use of underarm cosmetic products and the risk of breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women and is especially prevalent in developed countries. Its causality is multifactorial – age, genetic mutations and life-time estrogen exposure are known to contribute to breast cancer risk. Yet there is a large portion of breast cancer’s etiology that remains unknown.
Estimated 10,000 Victims and Industry Corruption Among Startling Revelations in “Injecting Aluminum”
In mid-July, France celebrated Bastille Day, the national holiday that commemorates the core values of the French Revolution, including liberty. Ironically, in the same month, the “on the move” administration of newly elected French president Emmanuel Macron passed a law that nearly quadruples the number of vaccines forced on French children, from three compulsory vaccines currently to eleven next year. According to a report in Newsweek, French Minister of Health Agnès Buzyn regrets the need for “coercion” but believes that “there are times when [it] is a good thing.”
The following paper was published by the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease Reports. References may be found here.
Abstract: In this paper, I have summarized the experimental and largely clinical evidence that implicates aluminum as a primary etiological factor in Alzheimer’s disease. The unequivocal neurotoxicity of aluminum must mean that when brain burdens of aluminum exceed toxic thresholds that it is inevitable that aluminum contributes toward disease. Aluminum acts as a catalyst for an earlier onset of Alzheimer’s disease in individuals with or without concomitant predispositions, genetic or otherwise. Alzheimer’s disease is not an inevitable consequence of aging in the absence of a brain burden of aluminum.
Troubling Research Revealed at 12th Keele Conference on Aluminum
Every other year, for more than two decades, a small group of 70 or so scientists have been meeting at different locales across the globe to discuss their speciality: aluminum and its effects on living things.
Aluminum is, without question, the “King of Metals.” It’s unparalleled combination of strength, lightness, and versatility allow it to be used in nearly limitless applications, from space shuttle construction to children’s candy coating. It is naturally abundant and easily recyclable. And yet, there is a fine line between a king and a tyrant. Aluminum has entrenched itself in human daily routine and shows no signs of relinquishing its hold on our global economy. As a result, the dangers of aluminum are often swept under the rug.