With results that are sure to rock the discussion on vaccines and autism, new findings led by Professor Chris Exley of Keele University at Staffordshire, England were recently released. In the study, aluminum levels in the donated brains from a relatively young group of people with autism were shockingly high.
Aluminum is used in some vaccines as an adjuvant designed to boost the immune response to the vaccines.
Professor Exley says, “These are some of the highest values for aluminum in human brain tissue yet recorded by us.”
Watch Dr. Exley explain his work and findings in this video–findings that surprised even him and have changed his views on vaccine safety. And, read the full research article.