(NaturalNews) A recent study published in the Polish journal Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
raises new and pertinent questions about the intensifying link between mercury toxicity and autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Far from being the definitively debunked hoax that the mainstream media and so-called "skeptics" have arrogantly declared it to be, the purported connection between mercury exposure, particularly in vaccines, and autism is becoming nearly undeniable, as evidence continues to emerge showing that the official story on the matter is complete bunk.
Entitled Evidence of parallels between mercury intoxication and the brain pathology in autism
, the 41-page paper identifies a shocking 20 parallels between mercury poisoning and autism. Among these are intracellular degeneration
, brain immune response activation
, oxidative stress and lipid peroxidation
, reduced glutathione levels
, mitochondrial dysfunction
, pathological changes of blood vessels
, decreased cerebral and cerebellar blood flow
, and increased levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines in the brain
, as well as many others.
Put more simply, the research team, headed by Janet K. Kern from the Institute of Chronic Illnesses
in Maryland, identified nearly two-dozen metabolic and systemic changes that occur inside the body as a result of mercury intoxication. And it just so happens that these same changes also commonly occur in children with ASD, many of whom were injected with mercury in the form of Thimerosal as a result of childhood vaccinations.
"Although there may be genetic or developmental components to autism
, the evidence in this current review of the brain findings in autism clearly indicates the reality of brain injury in ASD ... (and) the brain injury symptoms which characterize autism closely correspond to those seen in sub-acute Hg (mercury) intoxication," wrote the authors in their conclusion.
"The evidence suggests that mercury may be either causal or contributory in the brain pathology
in ASD, and possibly working synergistically with other toxic compounds or pathogens to produce the brain pathology observed in those diagnosed with an ASD," they added.
You can read the team's full review for more details about how they came to these shockingly inconvenient (at least for the vaccine industry) conclusions here:http://www.ane.pl/linkout.php?pii=7212
Stop injecting your children with mercury-laden vaccines, and tell all your friends and family to do the same
Interestingly, J.K. Kern et al. cite earlier work on the subject from 2000 that found a whopping 79 similarities between mercury intoxication and autism
, which is outlined on page 139 of the journal (page 27 of the PDF file of the study). From this diagram, you can see for yourself how mercury
intoxication exhibits virtually the exact same symptoms as ASD, a fact that even the most dedicated and outspoken skeptic cannot deny.
Similar research published in the Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
back in June found that perinatal exposure to Thimerosal, or exposure to mercury in vaccines shortly after birth, is directly responsible for inducing neurotoxic effects on the developing brain
. Particularly in the cerebellum, mercury was found to stunt gene expression as it pertains to hormone regulation, particularly from the thyroid gland, which is responsible for brain development in humans (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22791642
With all this in mind, it is clearly not worth the risk to inject your little ones with this toxic poison just because the establishment insists, without any sort of proof, that mercury is safe. The group Coalition for Mercury-free Drugs
, also known as CoMeD, has been working for years to get mercury banned from all vaccines and medicines, as it is clearly an unsafe neurotoxin with life-altering affects -- but until that time, be sure to avoid all mercury-containing vaccines, and tell your friends and family to do the same.Sources for this article include:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22810216
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