The Department of Health and Human Services has denied a petition that sought to place food allergies into the table of vaccine injuries used by the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP).
The denial cites several reasons, including an inability to tie food allergies to a vaccine injury post-vaccine (in other words, they claim it can’t be proven as not being an existing condition). They claim numerous studies deny that vaccines cause food allergies. They also used searches inside the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease database.
Research conducted by the CDC and FDA was the core evidence employed in the denial of the petition, as cited in the document.
Food allergies have been on the rise for decades. Clearly, so have vaccines. We’ve doubled the amount of vaccines children are given in just a decade’s worth of time.
Dr. Dave Mihalovic feels strong that vaccines do contribute to the rise in food allergies (as well as other allergies).
‘Recent evidence indicates that routine childhood vaccinations contribute to the emergence of chronic allergic problems such as eczema, ear infections, and asthma. A growing number of scientists and physicians maintain that most standard vaccinations permanently disturb the developing immune system, setting the stage for hypersensitive reactions to foods and other common substances. In fact, childhood illnesses such as measles, mumps, and whooping cough may actually reduce the risk of allergy, says Konrad Kail, N.D.
Vaccines clog our lymphatic system and lymph nodes with large protein molecules which have not been adequately broken down by our digestive processes since vaccines bypass digestion with injections. This is why vaccines are linked to allergies because they contain large proteins which as circulating immune complexes (CICs) or “klinkers” which cause our body to become allergic.’
Allergies in children are at epidemic levels, which is enough motivation for the VICP to stave off any petitions which could add such claims into their injury tables. They’d have their hands full with even more claims than already exist.