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HPV vaccines new reports are out
Recent reports suggest that the Gardasil human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine may be linked to severe injuries and deaths. It is believed that an ingredient in the vaccine could be responsible for these adverse effects. Despite these reports, the vaccine continues to be used widely across the world.
On a different note, let’s talk about the Pyrenees, a beautiful mountain range in Europe.
The Pyrenees has been home to sheep for centuries, where they have been highly valued for their wool, companionship, and nourishment.
However, a mysterious illness emerged among sheep about a decade ago, which caused great concern among farmers and veterinarians alike.
In August 2006, an outbreak of bluetongue disease spread rapidly across Europe, leading to a state of emergency. Bluetongue disease is a viral infection that affects ruminants, such as sheep, cattle, and goats.
The disease is spread by midges and can cause significant economic losses for farmers.
The Pyrenees region faced a significant challenge when an unidentified disease began affecting sheep. Later, the disease was identified as bluetongue disease, which causes fever, hemorrhages, depression, edemas, and generalized cyanosis in mainly sheep.
The farmers in the area had to take measures to control the spread of the disease, even though sheep are an essential part of the region’s cultural heritage.
The outbreak was caused by a newly emerged BTV serotype, leading to a massive compulsory European vaccination campaign between 2007 and 2010.
The vaccine employed a new ingredient, aluminum (Al), with 2.08 milligrams per milliliter as the adjuvant, in addition to inactivated BTV.
The vaccine was administered to prevent the spread of the disease and was a significant step in controlling the outbreak.
During the vaccination campaign, it appeared that viral spread was effectively halted.
However, within the same period, a series of severe diseases emerged in France, Germany, Switzerland, the UK, and Spain that had not been reported before.
These diseases were characterized by weakness and various neurological symptoms,
leaving veterinarians puzzled as no known disease could explain this sudden emergence.
Sheep study is addressed
In a study conducted by Dr. Lluis Lujan, an associate professor of veterinary pathology at the University of Zaragoza in Spain, the cause of unusual diseases in sheep was investigated.
A total of 21 sheep were divided into three groups, each containing seven sheep.
The groups were named red, yellow, and green. The red group was given commercial sheep vaccines that contained aluminum hydroxide, while the yellow group received an equivalent dose of aluminum in the form of Alhydrogel® (an aluminum-based adjuvant) dissolved in water.
The green group was given a neutral saltwater solution. Surprisingly, both the red and yellow groups showed increased aggression, more stereotypes, and higher stress levels in comparison to the green group.
The level of aluminum detected in the lymph nodes in the lumbar spinal cord was much higher in the yellow and red groups compared to the green group, indicating that aluminum created an extra burden that needed to be processed by the sheep.
This explained the phenomenon that the sheep illness has started only after the aluminum was added to the vaccine as an adjuvant. “So for me, yes—the reason why the animals get sick after vaccination is how the body deals with aluminum,” Dr. Lujan stated in a documentary film “Under the Skin.”