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Lipomas And Vaccines

Posted: Fri Nov 01, 2013 9:24 am
by matt
It's known that vaccines may cause tumors, lipomas included.

We don't know exactly what causes lipomas, it could be genetic, it could be something else. Most likely a certain kind of a two-hit model is needed. First one needs have some susceptibility to lipomas and then a secondary trigger is propably needed. A trigger might be a trauma, vaccine, drugs, menopause or similar... Perhaps it's a combination of everything?
Could Vaccines Cause Lipomas? The Answer Is Yes.
Could Vaccines Cause Lipomas? The Answer Is Yes.
Vaccines are also known to weaken your immune system. This happens right after the injection. Of course this should be fixed later on when the body has had time to adjust itself. But before the adjustment the body is vulnerable. There are different kinds of substances in the vaccines themselves and when the immune system is weakened the body is open to external threads as well.

Vaccines are known to cause fibrosarcomas in cats and dogs. Fibrosarcomas share some charasteristics with lipomas although sarcomas are malignant and lipomas are not.

Re: Lipomas And Vaccines

Posted: Thu Dec 31, 2020 8:39 pm
by 197784
I regret that I got the regular flu shot at least twice in the past. I was strongly adviced to get it back then and I didn't even know about possible dangers, because doctors never speak about this. I'm quite certain that at least once I got the flu vaccine before I developed my first lipomas in my early 20s, so this is definitely one possible cause...

Now we have the Covid situation and people will get pressured to get vaccinated. For healthy people, who have never experienced diseases with unknown causes, it's easy to say how stupid "anti-vaxxers" are, but I don't want to destroy my system even further.