In an indication of deteriorating health, a new study has documented that, though the incidence of strokes in the elderly has decreased, it has increased in the young and middle-aged. The question is why. Could vaccines be related?
by Heidi Stevenson
Strokes have been declining in people over age 55. However, younger people are now becoming the victims. The reduced age of stroke patients is of great concern, as it indicates a trend. More than that, though, is the confusion it brings to the medical world, as they scramble to explain how a disease of the elderly is transforming into a disease of people in their prime.
In 1994, the percentage of strokes occuring in adults aged 20-55 was 12.9 percent. By 2006, it had reached 18.6%—an increase of 44 percent. Something significant is certainly happening.
As ever, the finger is pointed at diet, diabetes, obesity, and cholesterol. The authors offer these issues as likely causes, but nothing in their research addressed the cause, so they’re simply giving their opinion.
Of course, the elephant in the room is never mentioned: vaccines. It could be, and likely is, a combination of all these factors—but vaccination most assuredly needs to be included in the mix. After all, it’s recently been documented that vaccines cause diabetes, so they surely cannot be ruled out as a factor.
What should be clear by now is that vaccines are taking a severe toll on people’s brains. A range of neurological disorders are associated with vaccines, including macrophagic myofasciitis, encephalopathy, epilepsy, convulsions, Guillain-Barré syndrome, nerve deafness, blindness, paralysis, sudden infant death syndrome, and of course, autism.
Now that the earliest recipients of mass vaccination programs are entering middle age, why should we be surprised to find that they’re more likely to suffer from another indication of brain damage, stroke?
The cost both to the individuals, whose lives are afflicted by strokes, and to society as a whole, which loses their productiveness and is burdened with their care, is massive. The researchers point out:
If strokes occur at earlier ages, as life expectancy increases, stroke-related disability will increase even more.
So, not only do we now have children developing diabetes, asthma, autism, and other disorders, we also have adults suffering from other disorders associated with vaccines, including rheumatoid arthritis, macrophagic myfasciitis, lupus erythematosus, autophospholip syndrome, along many others. And now we’re learning that strokes are occurring in young and middle-aged adults.
When will the medical world turn around and face that elephant called vaccination?
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