Far from being a relatively harmless vaccine ingredient, aluminium in vaccines has and is creating a long term legacy as it accumulates in our bodies. Its not just that vaccine recipients might experience pain at the injection site that can be relieved with a hot towel (actual advice), but that vaccine material persists at the injection site indefinitely – and aluminium is the culprit.
Vaccine antigens are absorbed on to aluminium salts to 'promote and prolong an immune response' and a quick online search will certainly reassure you that it's 'perfectly safe' . That's the spiel anyway. Here is a summary of some historical and alarming research -
In 2013 a British Medical Journal case study described a child with a persistent nodule or granuloma on the front of a thigh which was eventually excised to resolve the issue. (Granuloma - a mass of granulation tissue, typically produced in response to infection, inflammation, or the presence of a foreign substance).
So injecting vaccines and then cutting out the residue is actually a thing. Alarmingly, as I delved further, the strategy to minimise the risk is to inject the vaccine in two lots in two separate limbs and effectively halve the impact. I'm quite sure that would be problematic given that the current schedule calls for several aluminium containing vaccines to be administered at once, never mind the existing issue of how to hold down a child long enough to get the job done.
The case study shared the following enlightening observations -
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