A new study funded by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirms that aluminum compounds in childhood vaccines are linked to a range of diseases, including neurological disorders, asthma, and major illnesses that have been under debate for more than 20 years; for example, Autism.
Although the study authors did their best to reduce the association, they were unable to avoid a “positive association” between “vaccine-related aluminum exposure” and “persistent asthma” in children aged 24-59 months. Overall, children in the study who received 3 milligrams (mg) or more of the aluminum associated with the vaccine were 36 percent more likely than children who took other vaccines, to develop persistent asthma. Note that no vaccine-free placebo was used in the study to make aluminum appear less harmful than it actually is. Had the study authors compared vaccinated children to unvaccinated children, the health risks associated with aluminum exposure would have been more clear.
About 326,991 babies born between 2008 and the end of 2014 were apprehended at one of seven different locations across the United States participating in the Vaccine Safety Data Link, a network of health providers partnering with the CDC. The researchers collected this data and then looked at exposure to aluminum compared to the prevalence of eczema. Daly and his colleagues then looked to see how many blows each child received before age 2, as well as exposure to aluminum. Using these data points, they were able to make an assessment of disease risk regarding the amount of aluminum injected into the child’s body.