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Vaccine injury, more common than you may think.

Updated: Feb 5, 2023

Vaccine injury may not be noticeable until years later.


These conditions are what the lawyers specializing in vaccine injury say are related to modern vaccine injuries:

Allergic Reactions

An allergic reaction after vaccine can be mild or severe. You may feel itching or soreness at the injection site or have serious complications. An example includes:

  • Anaphylaxis and anaphylactic shock. This serious condition causes itching, swelling and difficulty breathing.

Autoimmune Disorders

Autoimmune disorders can be related to vaccines. This means for some reason, your body attacks normal, healthy cells instead of those that cause problems. This leads to inflammation, or swelling, and can cause certain medical conditions, such as:

  • Brachial Neuritis. With brachial neuritis, nerve damage to the brachial plexus causes weakness, loss of feeling or pain, often on only one side of the body.

  • Encephalitis. This inflammation of the brain can cause general confusion, seizures, muscle weakness and other symptoms.

  • Encephalopathy. This includes a number of conditions that affect the brain and can cause symptoms ranging from mild memory loss to dementia and seizures.

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS). Symptoms of GBS often start with pins-and-needles sensations and can progress to rapid heart rate and difficulty breathing.

  • Thrombocytopenic Purpura. With this condition, blood platelets drop well below normal levels leading to excessive bleeding and bruising.

  • Transverse Myelitis. This rare condition causes the spinal cord to become inflamed, resulting in weakness or numbness in the limbs.

Blood Conditions

Blood conditions caused by vaccines can affect many body systems and result in a variety of medical concerns. The injury depends on the blood component that’s affected, such as platelets, or white or red blood cells. One condition includes:

  • Thrombocytopenic Purpura. With this condition, blood platelets drop well below normal levels leading to excessive bleeding and bruising.

Bowel Problems

Bowel problems from vaccines can be mild and related to an allergic reaction or be serious. Inflammation, or swelling, can cause problems with bowel movements, or structural problems can occur. One example includes:

  • Intussusception. This painful condition happens when part of the intestine slides inside another section like a telescope.

Brain Conditions

Brain conditions or other neurologic problems caused by vaccines can lead to a range of symptoms and medical complications. Some of these include:

  • Encephalitis. This inflammation of the brain can cause general confusion, seizures, muscle weakness and other symptoms.

  • Encephalopathy. This includes a number of conditions that affect the brain and can cause symptoms ranging from mild memory loss to dementia and seizures.

  • Vasovagal syncope. With this condition, a sudden drop in blood pressure causes fainting.

Nerve Damage and Pain

Nerve damage and pain after vaccines are common side effects. This is often due to the immune system attacking healthy nerves, which in turn causes inflammation and damage. Some conditions related to nerve damage include:

  • Brachial Neuritis. With brachial neuritis, nerve damage to the brachial plexus causes weakness, loss of feeling or pain, often on only one side of the body.

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS). Symptoms of GBS often start with pins-and-needles sensations and can progress to rapid heart rate and difficulty breathing.

  • Transverse Myelitis. This rare condition causes the spinal cord to become inflamed, resulting in weakness or numbness in the limbs.

Shoulder Injuries

Shoulder injuries are common vaccine injuries. Some are caused by the injection itself, while others result from medical conditions. Examples include:

  • Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration (SIRVA). This injury is caused by injection and can lead to pain and stiffness in the shoulder.

  • Brachial Neuritis. With brachial neuritis, nerve damage to the brachial plexus causes weakness, loss of feeling or pain, often on only one side of the body.

It is well documented that the polio vaccination campaign of the 1960s caused a certain amount of MS (multiple sclerosis) cases. But I find polio and smallpox to still be a factor today for many of my patients. The attenuated viral DNA components, while at the time having generated a certain amount of immunity, are still present today, even in 2nd generations.

So, vaccines are with us. What can we do about hidden, epigenetic injuries, with the IMAET.

These are some of the vaccines embedded in the IMAET database:





















Any of these vaccines can be a trigger for an autoimmune response or any inflammatory condition, even a generation later. If they show up at the top of a BioScan result, simply put them in the custom treatment “basket” together with any other item which makes sense (sometimes heavy metals will show in tandem i.e.) and add the combinations to the feedback.

If you have a suspicion or simply want to check various vaccines, use the 'Test Single Item' function and look for very high numbers (in the 90s).


Be prepared to support for detox responses (Herxheimer reactions).

Besides getting the immune system to remove the foreign proteins from viruses, fetal tissues and the like, detoxification is a significant part of a response to vaccine injury. Supporting this process with supplements of viral immune support and binders for detox support are prudent. In the case of CoViD vaccine, graphene oxide should be checked.

The gene MT-metallothionein is needed to function well to remove heavy metals. Put it in the “basket” and upregulate it.

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