Nov. 28, 2017

Scientists from University of Keele, and King’s College of London Report on “Aluminium in brain tissue in autism.”

Scientists from University of Keele, and King’s College of London Report on “Aluminium in brain tissue in autism.”
 
For the first time, scientists report on aluminum in brain tissue from donors who died with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. They have measured aluminum in brain tissue in autism and identified the location of aluminum in these tissues.
 
These findings are troubling, since many vaccines contain aluminum (Al) adjuvants – typically Al hydroxide and/or Al phosphate nano particles.
 
“These are some of the highest values for aluminium in human brain tissue yet recorded and one has to question why, for example, the aluminium content of the occipital lobe of a 15 year old boy would be 8.74 (11.59) μg/g dry wt.?” – Mold Matthew, Umar Dorcas, King Andrew, Exley Christopher. Aluminium in brain tissue in autism. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biologyhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtemb.2017.11.012.

Article in press, available online 26 November 2017.  (Note: Articles in Press are accepted, peer reviewed articles that are not yet assigned to volumes/issues, but are citable using DOI.)

“The research does not infer that Al is a cause of autism, “said Exley, who also authored Human Exposure to Aluminum. “But these very high concentrations of a neurotoxin in brain tissue are not going to be benign and will contribute to neurodegeneration in affected tissues.” Read more at :  The Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute
 
Article in press, available online 26 November 2017.  (Note: Articles in Press are accepted, peer reviewed articles that are not yet assigned to volumes/issues, but are citable using DOI.)

Full accepted manuscript: keele-kings-Aluminium in brain tissue in autism

 

-Jennifer Stella