What Happens to the Aluminum In Your Body After Vaccination?

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Preface by: Roger Landry (TLB)

Today we are constantly being bombarded with toxic chemicals, bio-toxins, airborne pollutants, environmental toxins, toxic vaccines and more, all with very little sound science presented to us as to the long term effects they are having on our physiology. Yet as we look around us these days we see a society whose health is failing at an ever increasing rate. It would seem even to the most casual of observers that the very governmental agencies mandated with our protection are failing these tasks in a very significant fashion, leaving this vital mission to the likes of organizations such as CMSRI or The Liberty Beacon project. So once again Christina England steps up to inform and educate us as only she can.

Please read on …


What Happens to the Aluminum In Your Body After Vaccination?

By TLB Staff Writer: Christina England


As we learn more about vaccinations, we are beginning to question their safety and whether or not vaccines should include certain ingredients.

Aluminum has become one of the most negatively talked about products used today. In recent months, scientists have linked its use to cancer, autism, Alzheimer’s disease and chemical burns. So, what is being done to protect the public from its many dangers?

It is a well known fact that aluminum-based adjuvants are included in preparations of many of our childhood vaccinations. The FDA stated:

“Aluminum salts are incorporated into some vaccine formulations as an adjuvant. An adjuvant is a substance added to some vaccines to enhance the immune response of vaccinated individuals. The aluminum salts in some U.S. licensed vaccines are aluminum hydroxide, aluminum phosphate, alum (potassium aluminum sulfate), or mixed aluminum salts. For example: aluminum salts are used in DTaP vaccines, the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine, and hepatitis B vaccines.

Aluminum adjuvant containing vaccines have a demonstrated safety profile of over six decades of use and have only uncommonly been associated with severe local reactions. Of note, the most common source of exposure to aluminum is from eating food or drinking water.“ http://www.fda.gov/BiologicsBloodVaccines/SafetyAvailability/VaccineSafety/ucm187810.htm

However, have you ever wondered what happens to the aluminum post-vaccination?

Important Study Delves Into the Unknown

In September 2014, a ground-breaking study written by a group of scientists funded by the Medical Research Council and the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI) was published by Nature.com, Scientific Reports. http://www.nature.com/srep/2014/140905/srep06287/full/srep06287.html

Their study investigated whether or not aluminum adjuvants are taken up by a type of cell known to infiltrate the injection site post-vaccination.

Exciting Study Detects Ground-Breaking Evidence

Two years ago scientists M. Mold, H. Eriksson , P. Siesjo, A. Darabi, E. Shardlow & C. Exley came together in a joint effort to find out whether or not aluminum adjuvants are taken up by immune cells within the body.

The team led by Dr. Christopher Exley stated that:

“Aluminum-based adjutants (ABA) are the predominant adjuvants used in human vaccinations. While a consensus is yet to be reached on the aetiology of the biological activities of ABA several studies have identified shape, crystallinity and size as critical factors affecting their adjuvanticity. In spite of recent advances, the fate of ABA following their administration remains unclear.”

To enable the scientists to clearly examine what happens to the adjuvant aluminum once it enters the body, the scientists used a fluorescent molecular probe, called lumogallion, to enable them to find out whether or not the cells take up the aluminum adjuvants.

Lumogalliona is used by scientists to make any aluminum inside the cells glow a fluorescent shade of orange. Lumogallion binds the aluminum and the complex produces a characteristic florescence.

In the past, it was believed but not confirmed, that when a person was vaccinated with a vaccine containing an adjuvant, the adjuvant would attach itself to the antigen or virus and make its way to the lymph nodes, where it would trigger an immune response.

The scientists stated that:

“When formulated in vaccine preparations, ABA (aluminum based aduvants) both potentiate the efficacy of weak antigens and shape the resultant immune response. Use of antigen only often results in weak immunopotentiation and little or no antibody production.”

They continued:

“Whilst the efficacy of ABA is undisputed, a consensus is yet to be reached upon their biological activities in vivo. ABA including aluminum hydroxide preparations are used in vaccinating against diphtheria, hepatitis A and B and against human papilloma virus (HPV) to prevent cervical cancers.”

Note: definition of ‘in vivo; – within the living. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/in%20vivo

Their Discovery Explained

Using two different formulations of aluminum oxyhydroxide AlO (OH), one that is clinically approved for vaccinations and the other, an experimental formulation of the adjuvant, Dr. Exley and his team investigated whether or not the aluminum adjuvant used in vaccinations could enter monocytic THP-1 cell lines.

This is extremely important research because, as evidenced above, aluminum based aduvants are used in the manufacturing process of many of our children’s vaccinations. Up to now, there has been little research, if any, to find out what happens to the aluminum after vaccination. This raises some important questions:

Does the aluminum from vaccinations enter cells after vaccination?

If it does, then which cells does it enter?

What happens to aluminum once inside the body?

The researchers stated:

“The unequivocal identification of intracellular ABA may prove essential for the understanding of the adjuvanticity of ABAs administered in human vaccinations.”

This Study is Only the Beginning!

This is only the beginning, because if scientists are able to find aluminum in the THP – 1 cell lines, it may also be possible, using this technique, to discover where else in the body the aluminum used in vaccinations can be found, including the brain.

This is a massive breakthrough and may change the way that vaccines are manufactured in the future. If nothing else, it tells us that aluminum adjuvant contained within the vaccine will not necessarily remain at the injection site but could be carried throughout the body and this could include the brain.

This is something the researchers hope to investigate further in the future, along with the implications the aluminum may have on the immune system and the monocytic cells when they contain aluminum.

Does it mean that the immune cells do not work as well?


It is shocking to realize that whilst many of the vaccinations used today contain the adjuvant aluminum, the manufactures making the vaccines have no idea where the aluminum goes after the vaccination has been administered and therefore have no idea how dangerous it is.

If studies have never taken place to find out what happens to aluminum once it has been injected into the human body, then we need to be asking what else has not been studied concerning vaccinations?

I am sure readers will agree that a huge thank-you must go to all the researchers involved in this ground-breaking research and also to the CMSRI who have contributed to the funding of this research and helped to make their important research possible.


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