domingo, 13 de enero de 2013

Andreas Moritz

Squalene is a natural substance present in the body found throughout the brain and nervous system. It is a healthy substance that has antioxidant properties when it is naturally present. It is an oily substance that is also present in olive oil and safflower oil and studies have linked squalene to a reduction in the risk of cancer.
So far so good. Now when vaccine-makers Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline decided to introduce squalene into their H1N1 vaccines, it kicked up a furor among sections of the medical community. When this oil-based chemical is used in a vaccine, it is called an adjuvant, whose sole purpose is to turbo-charge the drug.
This means, squalene boosts or exaggerates the immune response to the vaccine to make it ‘more effective’. The other reason why squalene is used in vaccines is so that more of the antigen (the inactivated or weakened/attenuated virus used in the vaccine) can go around. More potent vaccines means less of the antigen needs to be used in each dose. More antigen available means more vaccines, and more vaccines means no shortages and therefore more money in the bank for Big Pharma.

(This is an excerpt from the book ‘VACCINE-NATION: POISONING THE POPULATION, ONE SHOT AT A TIME’ by Andreas Moritz)
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