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Blog: Vaccines as a primary CAUSE of food allergies
It says final
vaccine products have protein particles from food in them....
Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) *
STATEMENT MMR VACCINE AND ANAPHYLACTIC HYPERSENSITIVITY TO EGG OR
EGG-RELATED ANTIGENS - CANADA
Vaccines that contain small
quantities of egg protein can cause
in some people with
egg allergy. [So
let's take this one step further. If it can cause an allergic reaction if
you already have an egg allergy, it also can be the first exposure for the
baby and CAUSE the allergy! - bfg]
reactions are more likely with vaccines, such as
yellow fever and
that are grown in embryonated eggs. In contrast, measles and mumps vaccine
viruses, which are most widely used in Canada, are grown in chick-embryo
Even after extensive purification, final vaccine products may contain
trace quantities of avian proteins resembling proteins present in hens'
eggs (1,2) .
Anaphylaxis after administering measles-containing vaccines is rare
and has been reported in individuals with anaphylactic hypersensitivity to
eggs as well as those with no history of egg allergy. In some of these
instances, allergy to neomycin (3,4) or gelatin (5) was hypothesized but,
in most cases, no allergen was identified (6-8) . [or it could be a
reaction to any of the other food proteins in the vaccine - bfg]
was abandoned after the first 120 children because of its lack of
In addition, a
total of 38
anaphylactic reactions after measles immunization have been
reported in the literature in individuals without a history of egg
allergy; [But didn't they have a history of being vaccinated with a
vaccine that contained egg protein? - bfg]
recommended by NACI, all immunizations should be administered by persons
capable of managing vaccine-associated adverse reactions such as
anaphylaxis and should take place in appropriate facilities.
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Question: My Child Is Allergic
to Eggs. Can He Get the Flu Vaccine?
Generally speaking, no. The influenza vaccine is
produced using chick embryos, and therefore
may contain a small amount of egg
This egg protein
may cause a severe allergic reaction in a person with an egg allergy.
Since the amount of egg protein
may vary from one year to the next, an egg-allergic person may
tolerate the vaccine one year, but not the next.
IF THE VACCINE HAS EGGS IN IT, IT
CAN CAUSE FOOD ALLERGY TO EGGS!!!