On April 6th in Leipsig, Germany, we (CMSRI) will be sponsoring our 4th International Symposium on Vaccines at the 10th International Congress on Autoimmunity, where experts from around the globe will be discussing new research that conclusively links vaccines to autoimmune diseases in prone individuals. By all accounts, this is an historic step towards unlocking the causes behind today’s epidemic of autoimmune illnesses like MS, Parkinsons, ALS, Alzheimer’s Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Autism.
Dr. Christopher Exley will be hosting the day-long symposium which, in the past, has proven to be exciting from a medical research break-through perspective, but also highly alarming from a public health perspective. Leading physicians and medical researchers from universities, hospitals and independent labs worldwide will be examining the findings of recent studies on:
- Aluminum-induced macrophagic myofascitis
- Aluminum and long-term neurotoxicity in mouse studies
- Cellular uptake of aluminum adjuvants
- Ovine ASIA syndrome
- Molecular mechanisms in vaccine-induced autoimmunity
- Primary ovarian failure & chronic fatigue syndrome related to HPV vaccine
We are thrilled to facilitate this symposium and will be distributing complimentary copies of the medical textbook, “Vaccines & Autoimmunity,” edited by Yehuda Schoenfeld, Licija Tomiljenovic, and Nancy Agmon-Levin, to all attendees. Dr. Schoenfeld is the driving force behind the 10th International Congress of Autoimmunity, which is expected to draw over 4,000 attendees this year. More than 10-20% of the population suffer from 1 out of the 80 autoimmune diseases, all of which are the subject of research that will be presented and debated throughout the multi-day conference.
According to Dr. Schoenfeld, “Newcomers will be impressed by the diversity of excellent sessions offered on a variety of topics, ranging from basic research to novel diagnostic and treatment methods of autoimmune diseases. This year’s Congress will introduce a variety of hot subjects for the first time: from spicy food and cannabis to obesity, smoking, the microbiome, novel peptides and revolutionary therapies.”
Additional headlines topics will include:
by Claire Dwoskin
The Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI) is a medical and scientific collaborative established to provide research funding for independent studies on causal factors underlying the chronic disease and disability epidemic.