Autoimmune diseases and Vaccinations
Vaccines contain live or killed lab altered microorganisms, and also carcinogens, heavy metals, and mutated proteins. Recent news has come up with an indication that unsuspected results can occur when vaccine is injected into the body. Sometimes the vaccines being injected can induce cross-reactive immune responses against self-antigens. These infections can non-specifically enhance their presentation to the immune system. Immune system uses fail-safe mechanisms to suppress infection-associated tissue damage and thus limits autoimmune responses. The association between infection and autoimmune disease has, however, stimulated a debate as to whether such diseases might also be triggered by vaccines.