Vaccines Cause Type I Diabetes According To Research

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According to the CDC, nearly 800,000 new cases of diabetes are diagnosed in the US every year, with about six percent of the US population now thought to have the disease.

There have been estimates that some 125 million people worldwide have diabetes and that this number is expected to double by the year 2025. 

Growing evidence shows that your child's juvenile diabetes can be traced back to vaccines given as young as one year old to adolescence.  

Let's examine the two types of diabetes: 

Type I Diabetes - Type I diabetes, is insulin-dependent diabetes and it occurs mostly in children and young adults. Five to 10 percent of those diagnosed with diabetes are Type I diabetics. In Type I diabetes, the pancreas shuts down and the body cannot produce insulin. Because human DNA is made of sugar, the loss of glucose via the urine leaves cells starved for energy since the body's cells or DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), doesn't get the sugar (deoxyribose) it needs. Symptoms include excessive thirst, hunger, urination, dehydration and weight loss. Insulin injections is must be taken to keep blood glucose levels stable.

Type II Diabetes - Type II diabetes is a diet related disease that occurs primarily in middle age and makes up 90 percent of all diagnosed cases of diabetes in the United States. With Type II diabetes, the pancreas still produces insulin but the body's cells are resistant to the action of insulin, therefore glucose is not absorbed properly by the cells. Type II diabetes is reversible with lifestyle changes.  Studies show that low levels of the essential mineral chromium are directly linked to low sugar imbalances whereas adequate levels of chromium may improve insulin sensitivity and balance sugar levels.  Exercise, weight control, proper diet and supplementation with essential trace minerals have been shown to reverse Type II diabetes in many cases since chromium is strongly implicated as a critical cofactor in the action of insulin

Vaccinations And Diabetes Are Connected

Evidence of a vaccination-diabetes connection has been strengthened since 1996 by the epidemiologic investigation of J. Barthelow Classen, M.D., a former researcher at the National Institutes of Health and the founder and CEO of Classen Immunotherapies, Inc. Dr. Classen maintains that one reason there is a growing epidemic of diabetes in the world is because vaccines given to children at two months and older can induce immune-mediated diabetes, that the Hepatitis B vaccine, when given after 2 months of life, is associated with an approximately 50% increased risk of diabetes. The vaccination-diabetes connection

Evidence of a vaccination-diabetes connection has been strengthened since 1996 by the epidemiologic investigation of J. Barthelow Classen, M.D., a former researcher at the National Institutes of Health and the founder and CEO of Classen Immunotherapies, Inc. Dr. Classen maintains that one reason there is a growing epidemic of diabetes in the world is because vaccines given to children at two months and older can induce immune-mediated diabetes. Classen has published data from both New Zealand and Italy that the Hepatitis B vaccine, when given after 2 months of life, is associated with an approximately 50% increased risk of diabetes. 

According to these studies, vaccines cause approximately 80% of the cases of insulin dependent diabetes in children who have received multiple vaccines starting after 2 months of life. Classen's data and other published data indicates the following vaccines are associated with an increased risk of diabetes (increased risk): hepatitis B (50%), hemophilus (25%), tetanus (20%), diphtheria (9%), pertussis (25%), mumps- rubella (23%). These findings are supported by a case control study performed in Europe. 

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