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Bacterial Infection, Vacinations and Autism

Bacterial Infection, Vaccinations and Autism

Are bacterial infections, immune systems disorders and vaccinations all connected to autism?

In a keynote addresses to the Autismone Conference 2012 Dr. Luc Montagnier will give an explanation and description on how autism can be related to autism.

Could it lead to an antibiotic drug to treat autism?

There is hope and a lot of anticipation to Dr Montagnier’s address. There have been reports from all around the world on the success and progress that has developed. Teresa Conrick, a well informed reporter contributes on Age of Autism about what all the excitement is about.


Dr Luc Montagnier

This correlation, which is based on more than one hundred children of European origin, naturally does not prove a causal relationship. However, a therapy first started by a group of independent clinicians and now performed in conjunction with laboratory observations reinforces the idea that systemic bacterial infections play a role in the genesis of symptoms of autism. Our GPs have observed that a long-term therapy consisting of successive antibiotic treatments with accompanying medications induced in 60% of cases a significant improvement — sometimes even a complete resolution of symptoms. These children can now lead a normal school and family life.”

“If molecular mimicry is a biologically important phenomenon, it has important implications for vaccination. It is possible that vaccination against infectious diseases activates pathways of molecular mimicry in genetically susceptible hosts, and this may be the basis of adverse reactions to vaccines.” Wow! Really? Gene research on Autism is hardly looking at genetically susceptible hosts and adverse reactions to vaccines. Many would argue too that since 1999, the increased numbers of children with an autism diagnosis may supersede a genetic influence of adverse reactions to vaccines and instead show a tipping point in number of vaccines and their ingredients.

Medical illness manifesting as mental illness is not new but the implications and loss of revenue as people begin to treat these disorders via the immune system rather than strictly with psychotropic drugs may produce some ill feelings from those invested in dollars rather than the value of human life. Interestingly, some “mental illness” drugs may actually and secretly target the immune system, trying to get your dollars while saying they alleviate psychosis but really work on modulating the immune system :
Atypical antipsychotics suppress production of proinflammatory cytokines and up-regulate interleukin-10 in lipopolysaccharide-treated mice. 2009 Mar 17.

Please read more of Conrick’s extensive report on vaccinations autism and bacterial infections.

There are some very distinct implications around the report by Dr. Montagnier. Many people will be listening. It will be interesting to see what develops from these findings.

Many people are quite optimistic about the eventual finding of a cause and cure for the disease. Does it make sense that is a vaccination may be a contributor to the disorder that a vaccination may also lead to the cure?

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