Category Archives: Materno-foetal immune transfer

A proposed mechanism for the acquisition of high levels of allergy in modern human society.

From a minor and relatively low impact phenomenon allergic response to environmental components, deemed allergens, has risen dramatically in recent history – especially during the last thirty years or so. Many live their lives beneath a sword of Damocles, knowing … Continue reading

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Herd all the noise and the accusations?

On cross generational immune transfer. And why are clusters of measles outbreaks on the rise? Fingers are pointed at those who choose not to have their children vaccinated as creating reservoirs of measles infection within the community. Fingers waggled by … Continue reading

Posted in Herd immunity, Infectious diseases, Materno-foetal immune transfer, MMR, MRSA and antibiotic resistance plasmids, Vaccination, Vaccine damage | Leave a comment