New Neurological Disorder Is Caused by Common Vaccine Adjuvant

MMF is a nasty neurological disorder with ties to multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia. As we’ve come to expect, though, the WHO acts as if it’s more interested in covering up the cause – vaccines. 

Syringe Poking into Neuron

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by Heidi Stevenson
Originally posted November 2009

A new neurological disease, which is almost certainly caused by aluminum adjuvants in vaccines, is characterized by severe muscle and joint pain, inflammation with fever, and debilitating fatigue. Macrophagic myofasciitis (MMF), which is similar to, but diagnostically distinct from, fibromyalgia was first identified in 1993. Because adjuvant aluminum is the probable cause of MMF, some researchers have suggested that it may also be the cause of fibromyalgia.

The one thing that can’t be denied is the connection with aluminum adjuvants.MMF is diagnosed by the aluminum deposits left by vaccine injections.

The Disease

MMF is believed to be rare. However, many people who’ve suffered from neurological conditions, especially those that are likely caused by vaccines or other medical procedures, will suspect that the numbers are suppressed by refusal to acknowledge the claims of patients.

A 2001 report in the journal Brain, “Central nervous system disease in patients with macrophagic myofasciitis,” found a strong similarity to multiple sclerosis (MS). Both diseases are characterized by central nervous system demyelination, loss of the myelin sheath protecting nerves. The Brain article states,

The association between MMF and multiple sclerosis-like disorders may give new insights into the controversial issues surrounding vaccinations and demyelinating CNS disorders. Deltoid muscle biopsy searching for myopathological alterations of MMF should be performed in multiple sclerosis patients with diffuse myalgias.(1)

The Diagnosis

In June of 2002, WHO claimed to be doing an epidemiological study on the issue.(4) However, that’s the first and last reference I could find to it. It’s been 7½ years since then. It seems to have been filed into the dustbin of history.

Diagnosis of MMF can be difficult, a not surprising fact considering its close relationship with other immunological disorders. The diagnosis is confirmed by muscle biopsy, generally taken from the biceps. the site of most injections. Positive diagnosis shows immunologically active lesions—a strong indication of an autoimmune disorder. These lesions are caused by the aluminum adjuvant found in hepatitis A and B and tetanus vaccines. The aluminum is deposited by the injections.(2) It’s known to cause overstimulation of the autoimmune system.

Given the deposits of aluminum and its known ability to overstimulate the immune system, it’s no surprise that about one-third of all MMF patients also develop other autoimmune disorders. Frequently, the first sign of an autoimmune disorder is hoarseness or changes in voice quality. These are caused by rheumatoid nodules found on the vocal cords. This pattern may be occurring in MMF patients. The same finding exists in many other autoimmune disorders, including sarcoidosis, systemic lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjögren’s syndrome, and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.(2)

According to the Brain article, in 1999, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Vaccine Safety Advisory Committee found that:

…intramuscular injections of such vaccines in experimental animal models induce comparable but transient lesions at the site of injection, suggesting that MMF may occur in ‘a predisposed subset of individuals with impaired ability to clear aluminium from the deltoid muscle.’(1)

 WHO’s Response

In light of this, one must wonder at WHO’s reckless pursuit of worldwide vaccinations. In fact, the situation is even more blatant than that. In 2003, WHO issued a statement referencing theBrain study. It includes three links to information about its decision—all in French on an English-language site—but not one links to a live page. The two other related links on the page go to live documents. Both are simple denials, claiming that there is no such disease as MMF and that there is “no evidence of a health risk from aluminium-containing vaccines”.(3)

So, WHO took a definitive stand on MMF and aluminum adjuvants. They stonewalled—simply shut the door by making claims that the disease doesn’t exist and that there is no risk associated with aluminum adjuvants. They cite not a single shred of evidence to support their claims.

In the meantime, we’re seeing epidemic levels of neurological disorders similar to MMF, multiple sclerosis, and autoimmune diseases, such as Hashimoto’s thryoiditis and rheumatoid arthritis.

The powers that be deal with it by claiming there’s no connection. Meanwhile, lives are being destroyed. People are living with pain and debility. And virtually the only research is in vaccinations—more and more and more of them—and drugs to treat symptoms.

But MMF Hasn’t Disappeared

Much as WHO might wish it, MMF hasn’t gone away. Of course, funding for research is very thin. However, some still goes on, especially in France. In 2003, Revue Neurologique noted that WHO was undertaking an epidemiological survey.

In June of 2002, WHO claimed to be doing an epidemiological study on the issue.(4) However, that’s the first and last reference I could find to it. It’s been 7½ years since then. It seems to have been filed into the dustbin of history.

But not completely. Some brave researchers are still at it:

  • In 2006, the journal Neuromuscular Disorders reported on a patient suffering from the disorder and advises, “Although rare, clinicians should consider MMF in cases of atypical myalgia.”(5)
  • In 2007, the journal Ultrastructural Pathology reported on MMF findings in children.(6)
  • In 2009, the journal Medical Hypotheses discusses a case of MMF and fibromyalgia, and states, “This case has highlighted potential dangers associated with aluminium-containing adjuvants and we have elucidated a possible mechanism whereby vaccination involving aluminium-containing adjuvants could trigger the cascade of immunological events which are associated with autoimmune conditions including chronic fatigue syndrome and macrophagic myofasciitis.”(7)
  • The previously referenced Ear, Nose and Throat article was produced in 2007.(2)

A little work is being done on this issue. Precious little, it’s true—but the evidence of harm done by vaccinations is mounting. To anyone who cares to look, it’s already massive. At some point, surely it will overshadow even the power—Big Pharma—behind WHO and the FDA and Codex Alimentarius, and all the other agencies trying to foist devastating vaccinations on us and our children.


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