Gulf war illness, post-HPV vaccination syndrome, and Macrophagic Myofasciitis

The conclusion of this new systemic review of the literature to date supports what thousands of soldiers and the parents of girls and boys the world over have reported, that vaccination caused their injuries.

Gulf war illness, post-HPV vaccination syndrome, and Macrophagic Myofasciitis. Similar disabling conditions possibly linked to vaccine-induced autoimmune dysautonomia.

Manuel Martinez-Lavin and Melina Tejada-Ruiz
FULL STUDY: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.autrev.2020.102603 (behind pay wall)

Abstract

More than one-fourth of all Persian Gulf War coalition soldiers remain seriously ill. Several epidemiological studies suggest a link between multiple vaccinations at the time of the military operation and the illness development. Macrophagic Myofasciitis and Post-HPV Vaccination Syndrome are two newer controversial vaccine-related disabling ailments.

Conclusion

Post-HPV Vaccination Syndrome, Macrophagic Myofasciitis, and Gulf War Illness analogy suggests that some vaccines or multiple vaccinations in a very short period of time may induce, in susceptible individuals, chronic pain, fatigue and dyscognition. Vaccine-induced autoimmune dysautonomia is hypothesized as the common pathogenetic mechanism for this symptom cluster. Further research on the presence of small fiber neuropathy, adrenergic receptor antibodies, and abnormal autonomic function tests in the three syndromes under discussion may help to elucidate this hypothesis.

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