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Originally posted by Tardacus
wow, i`m no expert but i`m pretty sure that injecting peanut oil into your body is not good for you.
Originally posted by JayinAR
reply to post by crankyoldman
Do you need pharmaceutical products?
Umm yeah, you do.
Lest you die at the age of 30 from a bad case of boils.
Originally posted by rickymouse
An allergy to peanuts is more apt to come from the toxins of the Asparagillus found in peanuts that have been kept improperly too long. If the body gets sick it associates the microbe to the peanuts. That is not saying the combination of the peanuts and an adjuvant in the vaccine didn't work together though. Maybe the adjuvant used triggered a response to the peanut oil also, tagging the T cells to fight it. They have added adjuvants to things for a while but I am not sure about the early sixties.
There are more than a few ways that we build antibodies against things. They don't adequately take these things into consideration when doing their vaccine testing.