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How Vaccines Cause Autoimmune Conditions

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http://www.doctordavidclark.com/MultipleSclerosis It's true! The scientific research shows without a doubt--Vaccines do cause autoimmune conditions. Find out why and how to protect yourself. Dr. David Clark, DC Functional Neurologist (FACFN) Diplomate College of Clinical Nutrition Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist Fellow American Board of Vestibular Rehab Vestibular Rehab Specialist (ACNB) 919-401-0444 1515 W. NC Highway 54 Ste 210 Durham, NC 27707 http://drclark.typepad.com http://www.twitter.com/DrDavidClark https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dr-David-Clark-Functional-Neurologist/92451382182 ©2009
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Hamid Ahlouch (1 year ago)
Good afternoon Thank you very much about all videos .You explain things so clearly that the patient feels what you are saying inside his body . Our doctors in Morocco are not up to date of what taking place in the health research . Thank you
Jenny Colosi (1 year ago)
my final trigger was a medication :(
shootermcgave (3 years ago)
i have been getting allergy shots for a couple years now and have ended up with pemphigus ... is there a cure ?
Dr. David J. Clark, DC (5 years ago)
Basically, yes.
Yoyomadre1 (5 years ago)
My mother was diagnosed with RA right after she had her 1st Flu Shot? Have you heard of other cases like this? I have been noticing that more and more people are being diagnosed with RA at young age and I am feeling like it may be related to vaccines.
IdolSearchAngela (5 years ago)
I believe my Myasthenia Gravis was triggered by a hepb vaccination...if i could go back i would have never agreed to it EVER
Malin Cronborn (5 years ago)
Hi. I have been sick sick for 3 years with what is still a bit unclear. So sick that I havnt been able to work or study until now that I study 25% of what is fulltime. I was first diagnosed with exhaustion syndrome and went to rehab for it which didnt help. In the meantime I did alot of research and went to specialists and therapists and alternative medicine and I got no answers. Eventually I got the diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome and will be going to rehab for it .
Greg Kirkpatrick (5 years ago)
At 47 I was diagnosed with MS, my last vaccination was probably 35 years ago. Ken Presner suggests his MS was related to silver amalgam/ mercury fillings and pathogens, and that the solution is to detoxify. Would you agree?
Dr. David J. Clark, DC (5 years ago)
I say garbage can because the label "multiple sclerosis" is not specific. And many times when a patient has a signs/symptoms that a doctor does not understand - even without MRI evidence - the patient will be diagnosed with MS. Medicine has poor results with MS generally because MS is heterogenous, so much so that is a garbage can.
Greg Kirkpatrick (5 years ago)
MS a "garbage can diagnosis"? why do you say that?
animlnitr8 (5 years ago)
I don't think the thimerosal causes autoimmune issues (it does poison the body though). I think it's more the aluminum and human DNA that triggers autoimmune responses. I also think vaccines cause many of the food allergies we are seeing, since most of the food proteins people are allergic to are found in vaccines (milk, soy, eggs, etc) and that is their first exposure (with the intent of causing an immune response to foreign bodies).
Melanie Notellin (6 years ago)
Thank You Dr.Clark for your honesty and layman explanations, it's nice to get a straight answer...keep up the good work!!!
carlos roman (6 years ago)
Hi! I develop Polychondritis during the use of Allergen Specific Immunotherapy, I was 13 years old, the polychondritis generaly present during the 50s, the SCIT works in the same way of a vaccine, also the SCIT contain aluminum as adjunvant. Very intersting video, is there any way that i can prove this? Thanks Carlos.
neonsilkworm (8 years ago)
So, if blood testing reveals no autoimmune deficiencies, should one go ahead and be vaccinated?

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