Secret Sterilizing Agents in many #Vaccines
From Project NSearch – November 24, 2011.
What do Polysorbate 80 and Octoxynol 10 have in common? They both cause infertility and they are both in many vaccines.
According to the California Teratogen Information Service (CTIS) Pregnancy Health Information Line, there are many factors that can cause a man to be infertile and as around half of all infertility cases result from the man, it is important to properly study the causes.
Previous studies have found that radiation and electromagnetic radiation from cell phones and computers have been linked to infertility or sub-fertility as well as chemicals, including heavy metals and solvents, heat and pressure (such as hot baths and tight underwear), environmental pollution, cigarette smoking and sexually transmitted diseases.
But in their summary of different causes of infertility, they forgot one: vaccines.
Fertility has been declining rapidly since the 1950s in all countries of the world and the start of the change coincided with the introduction of the first mass vaccination programs. For instance, in the UK in 1947, a mass DPT vaccine campaign was initiated and in 1958, the first polio and diphtheria vaccines were brought in on a mass scale for all people under 15 years old.
Spermicide in Vaccines
Vaccines contain many ingredients that are potentially damaging to fertility including detergents like triton X-100, also known as octoxynol 10 which is a known spermicide and has been used in experiments to “strip” sperm so that they are no longer capable of fertilizing an egg. In a 1977 study in the Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, triton X-100 was listed in a table of “most potent spermicides” that would produce 100% stripping of human sperm and the dosages needed for such an effect.
Octoxynol 10 (Triton X-100) is contained in vaccines. The data sheet for Fluarix vaccine says:
“FLUARIX (influenza virus vaccine) does not contain thimerosal. Each 0.5-mL dose also contains octoxynol-10 (TRITON® X-100) ≤ 0.085 mg, α-tocopheryl hydrogen succinate ≤ 0.1 mg, and polysorbate 80 (Tween 80) ≤ 0.415 mg.”
It is also in other flu vaccines such as pandemrix and vaxigrip vaccines.
Polysorbate 80 Causes Infertility
Another ingredient that is problematic is polysorbate 80 (also known as tween 80) that is in numerous vaccines including the Pediacel five-in-one vaccine given to infants and the gardasil HPV vaccine. Polysorbate 80 is a known sterility causing agent in rats. It caused changes to the vagina and womb, ovary deformities and degenerative follicles and this impaired the rats’ ability to reproduce.
Some medical professionals argue that it has only been found to cause infertility in rats, not humans, but the Depo-Provera contraceptive shot also contains polysorbate 80 and it has been added to experimental animal contraceptive injections as one of the ideal sterilizing ingredients.
Gulf War Syndrome Victims Infertile
Squalene (shark liver oil) is used in the H1N1, HPV and anthrax vaccines, as well as others, as an adjuvant to make the recipient produce more antibodies and also to spread out the vaccine so they can make more of it for less money.
It has been implicated in the devastating immune dysfunctions of the soldiers who suffered from Gulf War Syndrome, many of whom returned from the Gulf with infertility problems. Noreen Maconochie, Rebecca Simmons and colleagues at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine did a postal survey and found that 2.5% of men who had been to the Gulf failed to get their wives pregnant, compared 1.7% of men who hadn’t been to the Gulf. In addition, there were another 3.4% whose wives had miscarried. Soldiers in America were so worried about the military vaccination programme making them infertile that they were freezing their sperm before they had any vaccines.
Polysorbate 80 and Squalene Together are Ideal Sterilizing Agents
Far from being mere anecdotal reports, scientists are aware that an ideal sterilizing recipe is polysorbate 80 and squalene oil together, as they demonstrated in this patent for an animal contraceptive vaccine:
“In a preferred embodiment the vaccine comprises oil, preferably a biodegradable oil such as squalene oil. Typically, the vaccine is prepared using an adjuvant concentrate which contains lecithin in squalene oil. The aqueous solution glycoprotein is typically a phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) solution, and additionally preferably contains Tween 80,” as is written about here.
This is exactly what some vaccines contain. In fact, the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System lists 25 pages of teenage girls and women who had miscarriages after being injected with Gardasil when pregnant, and that is just for one type of vaccine.
So if you’re considering having a vaccine or giving your child one, don’t have any if you intend to get pregnant within three months of the vaccine and avoid any vaccines that contain polysorbate 80, octoxynol 10 (Triton X-100) or squalene (known as adjuvant AS04).
- UC San Diego Experts Say Paternal Exposures Can Affect Sperm Leading To Infertility, UC San Diego Health System, June 17TH 2011.
- Timeline of the History of the NHS, BBC News, 27th June 2008, page accessed 19th June 2011.
- Assessment of spermicides by a stripping technique against human spermatozoa, Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 1977
- Fluarix Drug Description, RxList: The Internet Drug Index, page accessed 19th June 2011.
- EMC Medicines – data sheets for Pandemrix, Pediacel, Gardasil and Cervarix vaccines, pages accessed 19th June 2011.
- Vaxigrip Information Sheet, Alberta Health Services, Canada, page accessed 19th June 2011.
- Delayed effects of neonatal exposure to Tween 80 on female reproductive organs in rats, Food and Chemical Toxicology, March 1993.
- Depo-Provera Contraceptive Injection Drug Description, RxList: The Internet Drug Index, page accessed 19th June 2011.
- Gulf war veterans have fertility problems, New Scientist, 14th July 2004.
- US servicemen head for sperm banks, The Telegraph, 29th January 2003.
- Fertility Impairing Vaccine And Methods of Use’ This application claims the benefit of U. S. Provisional Application No. 60/070,375, filed January 2,1998, U. S. Provisional Application No. 60/071,406, filed January 15,1998).
- Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) Database, accessed 19th June 2011.
‘Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for educational purposes only and should not be used for diagnosis or to guide treatment without the opinion of a health professional. Any reader who is concerned about his or her health should contact a doctor for advice.