Vaccine Overuse causes peanut allergies

Potential Cause of Peanut Alergies in Children

Although peanut allergies became fairly common during the 1980s, it wasn’t until the early 1990s when there was a sudden surge of children
reacting to peanuts – the true epidemic appeared. What changed? The Mandated Schedule of vaccines for children doubled from the 80s to the 90s:
1980 – 20 vaccines
1995 – 40 vaccines
2011 – 68 vaccines
It would be imprudent enough to feed peanuts to a newborn, since the digestive system is largely unformed. But this is much worse – injecting intact
proteins directly into the infant’s body. In 36 vaccines before the age of 18 months.
A new kind of anaphylaxis appeared with peanut reactions: reverse anaphylaxis. (p 172, [1]) The reaction was not only to the sensitizing antigen, but
to the weird new antibodies that had just been introduced in the human species by the new antigen. Without the usual benefit of the evolutionary

As vaccines doubled between the 1980s and the 1990s, hundreds of thousands of kids were now exhibiting peanut sensitivities, with frequent cases
of anaphylaxis reactions, sometimes fatal.
But nobody talked about it.

Following the next enormous increase in vaccines on the Mandated Schedule after 9/11, whereby the total shot up to 68 recommended vaccines, the
peanut allergy soon reached epidemic proportions: a million children: 1.5% of them. These numbers fit the true definition of epidemic even though
that word has never been used in mainstream literature with respect to peanut allergy, except in Fraser’s odd little book.
Many researchers, not just Heather Fraser, could see very clearly that

“The peanut allergy epidemic in children was precipitated by childhood injections.”
( [1], p 106)

But with the newfound research, the medical profession will do what they always must do – bury it. Protect the companies. So no money will be ever
allocated from NIH to study the obvious connection between vaccine excipients and peanut allergy. That cannot happen, primarily because it would
require a control group – an unvaccinated population. And that is the Unspoken Forbidden.
Peanut allergy was first documented in several post-WWII studies of adults and children injected with the new ‘wonder drug’ penicillin. However, a
challenge existed in that one dose of penicillin would last just a few hours. To prolong its action, army doctor Cpt. Monroe Romansky mixed the drug
with what was available during wartime — peanut oil. It was a simple solution — the body would metabolize the oil and slowly release the drug into the
bloodstream. Unfortunately, Romansky’s formula also sensitized a handful of children and adults to peanuts.[1] To reduce this side effect, the peanut
oil was refined to remove as much sensitizing protein as possible. However, according to the FDA most “highly refined” peanut oil contains trace
intact proteins 0.014 to 16.7 µg protein/ml oil.[2] Regardless, with its relative safety in penicillin, peanut oil was adopted into common use within the
pharmaceutical industry.

In 1964, Merck announced that it had patented a revolutionary peanut oil vaccine adjuvant. This news was reported in 1964 and 1966 in The New
York Times[3] with follow up in medical literature through the early 70s. Merck’s Adjuvant 65-4 provoked such high levels of antibodies – 64 times
higher than the same vaccine in an aqueous solution — that any vaccine to which it was added could produce many years worth of immunity. Was
this potency safe? A 1973 WHO report co-written by Adjuvant 65-4 inventor Maurice Hilleman found the use of peanut oil was relatively safe if
properly injected to avoid “severe adverse reactions”.[4] But the safety of the adjuvant was challenged by others including D. Hobson in the
Postgraduate Medical Journal (March, 1973). Hobson documented the power of this adjuvant to sensitize recipients to vaccine proteins. This
adjuvant created allergies.

Peanut allergy in children and adults grew slowly until the late 1980’s when its prevalence began to accelerate in children in certain countries such
as the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia. This rise is documented by ER records, two cohort studies from the Isle of Wight and eye-witness
accounts. In the early 1990s, teachers were taken aback by a sudden surge of food allergic kindergarten children.

The rise in life-threatening food anaphylaxis in children coincided with significant changes to the pediatric vaccination schedules of the affected
countries: the novel conjugate vaccine Hib B was soon rolled into an unprecedented 5 vaccines in one needle and delivered to babies without benefit
of long term study. The injected adjuvants and toxoids designed to provoke the immune system also increased the risk of provoking allergy. Allergy
is an evolved defense against acute toxicity.

There are precedents recent and historical (see The Words Allergy and Anaphylaxis were Invented to Describe Vaccine-Injuries) for the causal link
between vaccines and mass allergy.

[1] G. Hildick-Smith, et al., “Penicillin Regiments in Pediatric Practice: Study of Blood Levels,” Pediatrics (Jan. 1950): 97-113.

[2] Threshold Working Group, Approaches to Establish Thresholds for Major Food Allergens and for Gluten in Food. III, IV, V, (FDA , March, 2006)

[3] Stacy V. Jones, “Peanut oil used in new vaccine; product patented for Merck said to extend immunity,” The New York Times, Business Financial
Section (Sept. 19, 1964) 31.

Anon, “Peanut Oil Additive is Found to Improve Flu Shot’s Potency,” The New York Times (Nov. 11, 1966).

[4] M.R. Hilleman, et al., “Imunological Adjuvants Report of a WHO Scientific Group”, World Health Organization Technical Report Series, No. 5959
(Geneva, WHO, 1976) 11.

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