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Vaccine Mechanisms in Autism

How Vaccines Work (according to the CDC)

“Vaccines help develop immunity by imitating an infection. This type of infection, however, does not cause illness, but it does cause the immune system to produce T-lymphocytes and antibodies. Sometimes, after getting a vaccine, the imitation infection can cause minor symptoms, such as fever. Such minor symptoms are normal and should be expected as the body builds immunity. Once the imitation infection goes away, the body is left with a supply of ‘memory’ T-lymphocytes, as well as B-lymphocytes that will remember how to fight that disease in the future.” [5]
                               –Centers for Disease Control (CDC), CDC.GOV
A vaccine’s contents are injected into the muscle. From there it elicits a specific response from the immune system. Additives called adjuvants are put in vaccines to make the immune system response more pronounced and therefore more effective. The objective of adding adjuvants to vaccines is that adjuvants prime protective memory CD8 T-cells for future exposure. [29]. When your immune system is responding to the vaccine ingredients, it creates memory cells that will be ready to kill the real bacteria or virus when exposed to it in the future [6]. Vaccines have tiny particles of the virus or bacteria in it that your immune system recognizes as full blown real viral or bacterial threat.

Microglia – Your brain’s auto-intelligence

The brain is like a country with very tough borders. Molecules only pass through into the brain environment after proper vetting. This barrier is called the blood brain barrier. What makes this barrier effective is its tight junctions, allowing only certain molecules through [7]. This barrier separates your brain from the rest of the body, which is called the “periphery”. The reason this is key is because if you vaccinate, the ingredients of the vaccine should never even get to enter the brain.

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