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Originally posted by AceWombat04
Can anyone answer my question?
I read the memorandums referenced as sources in the primary article, and I can find no mention of vaccinations suppressing the immune system, or triggering a autoimmune response. The memos appear to be discussing immune-mediated cell damage resulting from normal viral infections, not infections subsequent to vaccination, or vaccination at all for that matter. The only mention of vaccines at all is a reference to rabies vaccines.
So what is the source for the hypothesis posited here?
Originally posted by katndew
By MATTHEW LEE and JULIE PACE, Associated Press Writers Matthew Lee A
WASHINGTON – U.S. officials are laying out a massive military response to the Haiti earthquake, saying that ships, helicopters, transport planes and a 2,000-member Marine unit are either on the way or likely to begin moving soon.
The dispatched troops would aim to keep the peace in the event of post-disaster unrest as part of a larger international effort overseen by the United Nations.
The initial contingent of 2,000 Marines could be deployed to the quake-ravaged country within the next few days to either help with emergency aid distribution or enforce law in order in conjunction with U.N. peacekeepers already there
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