First Evidence Of Immune Response Targeting Brain Cells In Autism

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  1. Mito

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    Summary: “Examining postmortem brains of ASD patients, researchers discover an accumulation of immune cells surrounding blood vessels in the brain. They also found blebs accumulating around blood vessels that contained astrocyte debris. The findings suggest autism may be an autoimmune disorder.”

    First evidence of immune response targeting brain cells in autism
     
  2. schultz

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    Good finding, but I feel as though they are going in the wrong direction with the 'autoimmune' stuff.
     
  3. raysputin

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    Which would explain the monkey DNA from vaccines triggering autoimmunity, a sort of transverse myelitis of the brain
     
  4. StephanF

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    Yes, monkey tissue, the growth media of many vaccines. I wonder what else is passed on in these vaccines...
     
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