publication . Other literature type . Preprint . 2019

Influenza and acellular pertussis vaccines not only fail to protect, they increase susceptibility and severity of disease upon infection – benefits are overrated and the risks are being ignored

Arumugham, Vinu;
Open Access
  • Published: 05 Jan 2019
  • Publisher: Zenodo
The influenza vaccine fails often. The influenza vaccines cause the development of IgE mediated<br> allergy to the influenza virus. The reason for failure include antigenic mismatch between vaccine strain<br> and wild virus, IgE mediated antigen neutralization, etc. Naturally acquired immunity against influenza<br> lasts for decades. Vaccine based immunity lasts for a few months. Replacing natural immunity with<br> vaccine-based immunity, progressively increases susceptibility over time. In 2016-18, between 46 and<br> 68% of patients admitted to the ICU for severe influenza were vaccinated with the influenza vaccine, in<br> California. The influenza vaccine upta...
free text keywords: influenza, vaccine, pertussis, mucosal immunity, cell mediated immunity, allergy, asthma, colonization, linked epitope suppression, Th2, aluminum adjuvant, multiple sclerosis, autism
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Other literature type . 2019
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Other literature type . 2019
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Preprint . 2019
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