H1N1 Vaccine will contain squalene


UPDATE:  Please read comment 2 below and my reply. Thanks!

The DNA-based, H1N1 vaccine that will likely find its way into your children’s arms this fall will contain the adjuvant, squalene. Both the MF59 and ASO3 adjuvants mentioned below are squalene based. Squalene is an oily substance produced by your liver — introducing squalene into the body via a ‘vaccine’ (which contains foreign substances to activate the immune system) can lead the body to consider ALL squalene bad. This can and does result in auto-immune diseases such as lupus, arthritis, and MS.

While vaccine candidates must contain A/California/07/2009-like H1N1 virus and WHO recommends a monovalent live-attenuated vaccine, the following dosing options will be under scrutiny during clinical trials: an unadjuvanted vaccine containing 7.5 ug of antigen per dose, 15 ug per dose or 30 ug per dose; and a vaccine incorporating one-of-two novel oil-in-water adjuvants containing either 3.75 ug of antigen per dose or 7.5 ug per dose.

The two adjuvants in question, MF-59 and ASO3, have yet to be used in any vaccine licensed in the United States and an influenza vaccine containing these components may only be administered under Emergency Use Authorization as provided in section 564 of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

via Influenza A H1N1 vaccine trials underway .

According to a recent article at Global Research:

The immune system “see(s) and recognizes it as an oil molecule native to the body. Squalene is not just a molecule found in a knee or elbow – it is found throughout the nervous system and the brain.” When injected in the body, the immune system attacks it as an enemy to be eliminated. Eating and digesting squalene isn’t a problem. But injecting it “galvanize(s) the immune system into attacking it, which can produce self-destructive cross reactions against the same molecule in the places where it occurs naturally in the body – and where it is critical to the health of the nervous system.”

Once self-destruction begins, it doesn’t stop as the body keeps making the molecule that the immune system is trained to attack and destroy.

Now, I’ve received a number of vaccinations in my life–including three rounds of Hepatitis shots that were required when I worked with patients at IU. Coincidentally, it was that same year that my fibromyalgia symptoms emerged. Not surprisingly, you won’t find me lining up to get any more vaccinations.