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Exley Research: aluminium content of brain tissue in Alzheimer’s disease, autism spectrum disorder and multiple sclerosis is significantly elevated

AluminumBelow is the latest research from Professor Christopher Exley and Elizabeth Clarkson.

Aluminium in human brain tissue from donors without neurodegenerative disease: A comparison with Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis and autism

Exley, C., Clarkson, E. Aluminium in human brain tissue from donors without neurodegenerative disease: A comparison with Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis and autism. Sci Rep 10, 7770 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-64734-6

ABSTRACT

A burgeoning number of studies are demonstrating aluminium in human brain tissue. While research has both quantified and imaged aluminium in human brain tissue in neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disease there are few similar data for brain tissue from non-neurologically impaired donors. We have used microwave assisted acid digestion and transversely heated graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry to measure aluminium in twenty brains from donors without recognisable neurodegenerative disease.

The aluminium content of 191 tissue samples was invariably low with over 80% of tissues having an aluminium content below 1.0 μg/g dry weight of tissue. The data for these control tissues were compared with data (measured using identical procedures) for sporadic Alzheimer’s disease, familial Alzheimer’s disease, autism spectrum disorder and multiple sclerosis. Detailed statistical analyses showed that aluminium was significantly increased in each of these disease groups compared to control tissues.

We have confirmed previous conclusions that the aluminium content of brain tissue in Alzheimer’s disease, autism spectrum disorder and multiple sclerosis is significantly elevated. Further research is required to understand the role played by high levels of aluminium in the aetiology of human neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disease.

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Comments

Markovicc N.

imagine you put 80 to 100 proven deathly chemicals in vein of a baby...... War against nature

Drymeadow

Here's one of many studies linking aluminum to dementia and Alzheimer's.

Of course, Merck's aluminum adjuvant, injected in both newborns and seniors doesn't help. The aluminum placed in our drinking water by the government doesn't help either and seems short sighted when we examine the cost of taking care of Alzheimer's patients.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19064650

Abstract:
The authors examined associations between exposure to aluminum or silica from drplinking water and risk of cognitive decline, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease among elderly subjects followed for 15 years (1988-2003). They actively searched for incident cases of dementia among persons aged 65 years or over living in 91 civil drinking-water areas in southern France. Two measures of exposure to aluminum were assessed: geographic exposure and individual exposure, taking into account daily consumption of tap water and bottled water. A total of 1,925 subjects who were free of dementia at baseline and had reliable water assessment data were analyzed. Using random-effects models, the authors found that cognitive decline with time was greater in subjects with a higher daily intake of aluminum from drinking water (>or=0.1 mg/day, P=0.005) or higher geographic exposure to aluminum. Using a Cox model, a high daily intake of aluminum was significantly associated with increased risk of dementia. Conversely, an increase of 10 mg/day in silica intake was associated with a reduced risk of dementia (adjusted relative risk =0.89, P=0.036). However, geographic exposure to aluminum or silica from tap water was not associated with dementia. High consumption of aluminum from drinking water may be a risk factor for Alzheimer's disease.

Pft

Unfortunately nobody in a position to do anything seems to care, and not sure those non-aluminum adjuvants like squalene wont be as bad. Just way too many vaccines. Somehow life has evolved without vaccines, and our ignorance on how the immune system works makes use all guinea pigs. God knows what the DNA mRNA vaccines with nanoparticles will bring.

Visitor

Not talking about aluminum, but does address institutional attitudes.

Treating the host response to emerging virus diseases: lessons learned from sepsis, pneumonia, influenza and Ebola

"The ideas of “precision” or “personalized” medicine and the technologies on which they are based have become central to the research of many scientists, and they are widely accepted by institutions that support their work. Yet, for all of their complexity and promise, systems biology and personalized medicine have significant intellectual limitations (264-266). Enormous waste has been documented in biomedical (267) and clinical (268) research. Moreover, introducing a new scientific idea can be difficult (269): just ask an investigator who has prepared a grant proposal or tried to publish a paper describing it. Empirical research shows that evaluators of research proposals systematically downgrade those that seek to explore new ideas (270). Social influences, behavioral bias and herding instincts among scientists “distort the evolution of knowledge if scientists are reluctant to accept an alternative explanation for their observations” (269). Instead, a propensity for “cognitive cronyism” (270) tends to exclude new ideas from consideration. Among other things, the reputational and/or financial costs of doing so can be very large."

http://atm.amegroups.com/article/view/12396/html

John Stone

Beleaguered Autism Mom

Could it be that his institution receives funding from Merck and Pfizer?

Beleaguered Autism Mom

Fred, What if your steadfast belief in vaccine dogma is wrong? I will admit it took me more than a decade and I cringed when I realized that I had been intellectually lazy. What is your excuse? I think the whole industry is built on the hope that nobody reads up of this subject.

John Stone

Fred

As ever you try to surpass yourself in cheapness and ignorance. It is obvious that the article acknowledges the special difficulties of assembling data in this field - knowledge is only gradually assembled from successive studies.

Frederic Chopin

Another single arm analysis from Exley.

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