Monday, October 5, 2009

Without Consent: [RE: SQUALENE]

What you don't know can hurt you.

WithoutConsent is about informed consent. We promote transparency in the pharmaceutical industry and the governments that regulate it ... because you can't make good choices with bad information - or no information at all.

Clinical trials with "fast-track" swine flu vaccines that contain an adjuvant - substances that turbocharge the immune system's response to the vaccine - are underway on four continents. The adjuvant is an oil called squalene, which causes incurable autoimmune diseases in animals. Autoimmune diseases occur when the immune system attacks the body instead of defending it.

Over the past 35 years, scientists in laboratories like UCLA Medical Center and the Karolinska Institute, which awards the Nobel Prizes in Medicine and Physiology, have published papers showing how squalene injected into rodents will cripple them. They used squalene to induce diseases like rheumatoid arthritis in animals (the animal version is called "adjuvant arthritis") in order to search for a cure in humans.

Click on this link for a comprehensive list of papers showing squalene's toxicity.] SqualeneReferences-AnimalToxicology.pdf If you go to the National Library of Medicine database called Pubmed, you can search for the papers on the WithoutConsent list and read abstracts of their content. Type in the search terms "squalene, autoimmune" and it'll call up a short list of papers on the subject. Some you can download for free.

Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline - the pharmaceutical companies selling swine flu vaccines with the squalene adjuvants MF59 and AS03 respectively, say the shots are safe. The European Union (EU) and China agree. They've licensed influenza vaccines that contain squalene; and having denied adding squalene to its vaccines for years, the U.S. Department of Defense reportedly adds squalene to "military vaccines," according to the Sept. 28 edition of The New York Times.,%20flu&st=cse

Here's what this medical-industrial complex isn't telling you. Small mammals injected with this oil not only develop the animal versions of rheumatoid arthritis, squalene also induces the animal "model" for multiple sclerosis called Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis (EAE); as well as the antibodies specific to systemic lupus erythematosus. The morbidity rate is 100 percent.

The European Medicines Agency report on GlaxoSmithKline's new swine flu vaccine called "Pandemrix" says on pg. 17 that it contains 10.69 milligrams of squalene.

An appendix to the report says on pg. 29 that subjects injected with the vaccine suffered "Headache, Tiredness, Pain, redness, swelling or a hard lump at the injection site; Fever, Aching muscles and joint pain." It says these complaints were "very common" - occurring with more than 1 in 10 doses of Pandemrix.

In 1 out of 1,000 doses, subjects reported "Allergic reactions leading to a dangerous decrease of blood pressure, which, if untreated, may lead to collapse, coma and death; Fits, Severe stabbing or throbbing pain along one or more nerves and Low blood platelet count which can result in bleeding or bruising." In 1 in 10,000 doses, volunteers reported "Temporary inflammation of the brain and nerves causing pain, weakness and paralysis that may spread across the body; and Narrowing or blockage of blood vessels with kidney problems."

Can something cause arthritis and MS in animals be safe in humans? Decide for yourself. Our inaugural newsletter reports information that you won't read anywhere else.

We're not going to tell you what to do about this - except to get informed.

Your health could depend on it.

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