Course Category: Problematic Ingredients

Our exclusive Problematic Ingredient Series.

Problematic Ingredients – Adjuvants

An adjuvant is “a substance which accelerates, prolongs and enhances the quality of a specific immune [antibody] response when incorporated into a vaccine formulation.”  Since the turn of the 20th century, when they were first used in the production of diphtheria anti-toxin, many chemicals have been investigated and introduced as adjuvants in vaccines, and more …

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Problematic Ingredients – Foreign Proteins

Vaccines contain not only the surface antigens from pathogens for which they are intended to provide immunity, but other animal, human and viral protein and cellular components, including fetal and tumor cells.  This module explains the different types of foreign biological matter found in vaccines, and some of the potential problems arising from their use.

Problematic Ingredients – Chemicals

The list “Polysorbate 80, Borax, Formaldehyde, Gelatin, Latex, B-propiolactone, Triton X100, Ethylene oxide, Sodium deoxycholate” sounds like the ingredients of something you might find under the kitchen sink.  However, these are some of the most toxic of the over 200 chemicals found in vaccines today.  We discuss the chemistry and potential side effects of these …

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