According to a new paper published in the most recent issue of Molecular and Genetic Medicine, Dr. J. Bart Classen MD, author and immunologist, presents information regarding vaccines and the health related issues they cause.
Dr. Classen’s Research
Since 1999 children are scheduled to routinely receive over 80 vaccinations throughout their childhood. According to Dr. Classen, this increase in immunizations has been followed by massive rises/surges in inflammation associated disorders.
Dr. Classen suggests that in order for a vaccine to be a commercial success it is expected to induce protective immune responses in well over 90 percent of children.
However, in order for this to happen a dose based on age must stimulate a protective immune response in those with the weakest immune response.
During this process 90 percent or more children have their immune system over-stimulated, in turn, increasing the risk of inflammatory diseases like immune disorders and allergies.
Obesity, diabetes, and autism are among the epidemics that Dr. Classen suggests are being manifested by the vaccines.
“We have been publishing for years that vaccines are causing an epidemic of inflammatory diseases including diabetes, obesity, and autism,” said Dr. Classen.
According to Classen’s research there is a recent increase with features of both Type I and Type II Diabetes, a condition called Double Diabetes or 1.5 Diabetes.
Classen believes as the number of vaccines increase so does inflammation. Those with a moderate cortisol response to inflammation develop diabetes.
Not only are types of diabetes prevalent, but many cases of autism have a strong inflammatory component.
Psoriasis has been reported to double in children along with the incidence of inflammatory bowel disease.
However, data indicates that vaccines can act to sensitize recipients to environmental antigens
According to the CDC several vaccines were associated with an increased risk of asthma including Haemophilus influenzae type b and hepatitis B vaccine.
With that being said, do our children really need 80 vaccinations?