posted on Aug, 17 2013 @ 07:23 AM
Trying to find a thread to put this information. I don't know if I am evaluating this exactly right, I do think that my ideas are generally right.
It appears that vaccinations are designed to raise the APOBEC enzymes to fight viruses. Anytime you give a vaccination against viruses you probably
raise these enzymes. Linky www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...
So now I read an article on Science Daily that states that these elevated APOBEC enzymes help cancer to get hold.
Seems to me that stimulating these enzymes when there is no flu present would increase your susceptibility to getting cancer. Now some of you out
there may have extra knowledge on exactly which APOBEC enzymes are elevated after the flu shot, that is what I am looking for here. Can anyone help
to fill in the blanks? I know the intent of the shot is to elevate these, that is a normal immune response to having any part of the virus in the
body. I am just wondering if it is good to have these enzymes elevated when we don't need them.
Vaccines may be great for some people for flu prevention but the overall side effects for everyone may be worse. This is new information though, I
hope someone high up takes this into consideration, someone with the resources to check on this.
All my offspring, except one daughter, and I have a strong reaction to the flu shot, the last time I was at the doctor, I had my granddaughter with me
and asked the doctor about this. The doctor told me never to get the shot and asked my grandaughter what reaction she had to the shot. He told her
she doesn't need the shot and should never get a flu shot since it will always make her ill. She has immunity already to the viruses. This makes me
wonder if we have elevated APOBEC enzymes already.