Aluminum in Vaccines: Mice behave with symptoms of Autism
First Experimental Study on Baby Mice Finds Autism-like Response to Common Vaccine Ingredient
A breakthrough study by scientists from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada has been published in the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry demonstrating that significant correlations exist between rates of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and total aluminum adjuvants given to children through vaccines in several Western countries.
This is the first experimental study to demonstrate that aluminum adjuvants can impair social behavior if applied in the early period of postnatal development.
An infant in the United States, in its first two years, usually receives 27 vaccines as part of the routine pediatric vaccination schedule; many of which contain aluminum adjuvants.