Vaccines induce autoimmune disease

Have you ever wondered why “suddenly” we are dealing with an epidemic of autoimmune conditions?

The answer lies in vaccinations, of course! 😊

Let’s take a lot at this study that demonstrates a connection between HPV vaccine and autoimmune conditions.

“Human papillomavirus vaccination of adult women and risk of autoimmune and neurological diseases”

And this is the link to the article:

The authors state:

“Since 2006, human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines have been introduced in many countries worldwide. Whilst safety studies have been reassuring, focus has been on the primary target group, the young adolescent girls. However, it is also important to evaluate safety in adult women where background disease rates and safety issues could differ significantly.”

And they conclude:

“We identified seven adverse events with statistically significant increased risks following vaccination—Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, coeliac disease, localized lupus erythematosus, pemphigus vulgaris, Addison’s disease, Raynaud’s disease and other encephalitis, myelitis or encephalomyelitis.”

If you want to know more about the mechanisms of vaccine-induced autoimmunity, I highly recommend y’all to read the book Vaccines and Autoimmunityby Yehuda Shoenfeld.

It is a big eye-opener. You can’t ignore the facts and science he includes in his book.

After reading it, there is no way you would believe that vaccination does not cause autoimmune issues. No way!

Actually, we have known this for decades now.

There is a table that you can look at from this table that is very revealing:

“Vaccination and autoimmune diseases: is the prevention of adverse health effects on the horizon? EPMA J. 2017 Sep; 8(3): 295–311”.

It shows that vaccines cause a variety of autoimmune issues like multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, Hashimoto’s, among others.

The main pathogenic mechanisms of autoimmune disease are the following:

Molecular mimicry by which viral or bacterial agents trigger an immune response against autoantigens: the susceptible host is infected by an agent carrying antigens immunologically similar to the host antigens but triggers a different immune response when presented to T cells. As a result, the tolerance to autoantigens breaks down, and the pathogen-specific immune response causes tissue damage

Bystander activation by which microbial agents release sequestered self-antigens from host tissue that activate antigen-presenting cells (APCs) and dormant autoreactive T-helper cells (2 types of cells involved in mounting a response against any foreign substances). These autoreactive T cells, along with macrophages, secrete cytokines, and an additive effect results in local inflammation and the recruitment of additional T-helper cells.

One of the most common autoimmune condition arising after vaccination is Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS)

GBS affects the peripheral nerves, with subsequent muscle weakness and loss of reflexes. GBS has been detected after several types of infections (EBV, CMV, etc.) and after vaccination.

Several mechanisms might explain this outcome:

The epitopes (an epitope refers to the specific target against which an individual antibody binds) of a vaccine could initiate the development of antibodies and/or T cells that could cross-react with epitopes on myelin or axonal glycoproteins (called molecular mimicry);

Destruction of the axonal or myelin membranes might be due directly by vaccine virus or vaccine-associated products

Molecular mimicry refers to a significant similarity between certain pathogenic elements contained in the vaccine and specific human proteins (shared motifs). The similarity leads to immune crossreactivity, wherein the reaction of the immune system towards the pathogenic antigens may harm similar human proteins, essentially causing autoimmune disease.

It is believed that upon exposure of the immune system to these shared motifs while impairing immune tolerance (by adding an adjuvant), a reasonable outcome is the development of crossreactivity and eventually autoimmune condition.

The most staggering report of the relationship between the influenza vaccine and GBS dates back to 1976. During the mass influenza immunization in the United States prompted by a swine flu outbreak, there was a significant increase in GBS incidence among the vaccinated population, estimated later to represent a 4–8-fold increased risk attributed to the vaccine.

Thirty years later, it was demonstrated that this vaccine induces the production of antibodies that destroy the nervous system.

The authors of this study conclude:

“The vaccination might display autoimmune side effects and potentially even trigger a full-blown autoimmune disease.”

It is clear now that vaccines promote the development of autoimmune issues.

Merck’s MMR II vaccine (as well as the chickenpox, Pentacel, and all Hep-A containing vaccines) is manufactured using human fetal cell lines and with human fetal DNA from the production process. Levels in our children can reach up to 5 ng/ml after vaccination, depending on the age, weight, and blood volume of the child. That level is known to activate Toll-like receptor 9 (TLR9), which can cause autoimmune attacks.

Human endogenous retrovirus K (HERVK) is a contaminant in the measles/mumps/rubella vaccine.

HERVK can be reactivated in humans. It codes for a protein (integrase) specialized in integrating DNA into the human genome.

Several autoimmune diseases have been associated with HERVK activity.

It is also in the same family of retroviruses as the MMLV virus used in a gene therapy trial, in which inappropriate gene insertion (insertional mutagenesis) led to subsequent additional somatic mutations and cancer in 4 of 9 young boys.

It is, therefore, possible that the HERVK gene fragment present in the MMR vaccine is active, codes for the integrase or the envelope protein, and thus has the potential to induce gene insertion, fostering insertional mutagenesis and autoimmunity.

Children with autistic disorder have antibodies against human DNA in their circulation that non- autistic children do not have. These antibodies may be involved in autoimmune attacks in autistic children

Autoimmune issues have been on the rise for years now.

Is it because we have increased the number of vaccines given to children to a concerning amount?


I have seen it over and over.

Recently, a young woman came to me because she suddenly developed Hashimoto’s, right after she got her flu shot. She was perfectly fine, and once she got the flu vaccine, her health started to deteriorate rather quickly. And a few weeks later, she was diagnosed with thyroiditis.

Lucky for her that she found me and started to work together. We could repair the damage done to her body, and she got her health back! Her medical doctor did not what to say because he had never seen someone who could cure her Hashimoto’s!

This shows how powerful natural medicine is! 😊

Unfortunately, this is a situation I have seen too many times. A guy who developed Parkinson after the flu shot, a young college student who got lupus after the HPV vaccine, a guy who got Hashimoto’s after the MMR shot, Rheumatoid arthritis after tetanus or flu shots, multiple sclerosis after the Hep B shot, etc.

Very sad to see all those lives destroyed by propaganda ☹

Autoimmune conditions are on the rise. Vaccinations are definitely to be blamed for this.

After all, the goal of immunizations is to produce an overstimulation of the immune system, which is what autoimmune issues are; dysregulation of the immune system leading to the destruction of our own organs.

By over-vaccinating our children, vaccine promoters have generated a variety of life-debilitating autoimmune issues that are way worse than childhood infections.

God bless y’all 😊

Dr. Serge

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