Written by H. Sandra Chevalier-Batik
May 29, 2009
A Canadian doctor, Dr. Andrew Moulden says he conclusively proved seven years ago that vaccines cause micro-vascular strokes. Dr Moulden has a 21 year record of award-winning medical study and practice starting at Nipissing University, but he has been unable to get the attention of the College of Physicians or politicians to investigate his findings, which have been corroborated by other doctors.
How vaccines cause micro-vascular strokes
Dr. Moulden says the shots cause our body’s own immune systems to hyper-react as large white blood cells naturally rush to attack the foreign particles injected into our bloodstream. The white blood cells are too big to enter, so they surround tiny capillaries where the foreign particles land, clog and collapse the capillaries.
This cuts off pathways for the smaller red blood cells to carry oxygen to the organs near those capillaries that contain the foreign particles. When the particles float near the brain, this lack of blood supply can lead to autism, SIDS and many other diagnosed illnesses in both children and adults.
Our immune systems will continue fighting the particles leading to long-term or chronic illness. Different organs are affected depending on where the particles are, which leads to different symptoms and ‘disease’ names, but the basic causes are the same and before this discovery were unknown.
The main cause of the problem is the additives in the vaccines. The purpose of the additives is to generate a faster response from white blood cells. This works perfectly – white blood cells rush to the site of the introduced foreign matter – and that is the source of the problem. The white blood cells block the capillaries and also collapse them, trying to destroy the foreign matter.
A History of Ignoring a Medical Breakthrough
In 2001, he took his work to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. They refused to review his work. He took it to Canadian Members of Parliament including Gurbax Singh Mali (Liberal, Bramalea-Gore) and Michael Ignatieff (Liberal, Etobicoke). They refused to respond. He wrote to U.S. Senator Charles Grassley. Grassley refused to respond. He took it to many established medical bodies. They also did not respond.