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  • adj. Describing those components of the nervous system that modulate the immune response


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From neuro- +‎ immune


  • Until science can tell parents which children are most genetically vulnerable to neuroimmune injuries, more people around the country will probably "go Park Slope," if you will, and devise their own selection of vaccines at their own chosen schedule.

    David Kirby: Why The Vaccine-Autism Issue Won't Go Away

  • Vaccine induced brain inflammation and chronic neuroimmune dysfunction is a complex, multi-factoral interaction between genetic and other host biological high risk factors and one or more live virus and killed bacterial vaccines given simultaneously and repeatedly in the critical first few hours, days, weeks and months of life.

    Why Have Autism Cases Continued to Go Up?

  • Researchers in the US have discovered that a high proportion of people with the debilitating neuroimmune disease Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Spinal fluid (CSF) showed a unique proinflammatory profile of cytokines [inflammatory proteins] … Our findings indicate that innate neuroimmune reactions play a pathogenic role in an undefined proportion of autistic patients.


  • Altered gene transcription in primary sensory and spinal neurons, changes in synaptic connectivity, a shift from inhibition to enhanced facilitation of sensory transmission in the spinal cord, and a marked neuroimmune response are further elements of the complex process that ultimately leads to persistent neuropathic pain A global pain intensity score obliterates differences in pain-related symptoms or signs that might indicate the relative contribution of particular mechanisms to a patient's pain.

    PLoS Medicine: New Articles

  • Immunologist Dr. Bonnie Dunbar also did extensive research on hepatitis B-inflicted illnesses and found similar autoimmune processes involved in molecular mimicry in people with devastating neuroimmune syndromes after getting vaccine injections.

    Indybay newswire


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