Do vaccines cause autoimmune diseases? Do vaccines cause autoimmune diseases?

Do vaccines cause autoimmune diseases?

Do vaccines cause autoimmune diseases?

Some people believe that autoimmune diseases may appear in the body due to vaccines or other factors. What are the factors that may lead to the emergence of this type of disease?

Regarding the topic, the Russian doctor, Alexander Myasnikov, said in his medical program that he presents on the “Russia” TV channel: “The causes of the development of autoimmune diseases are not completely known yet. Doctors link these diseases to several factors such as genetic predisposition and external factors, including infection, stress, and psychological trauma. It is possible that it is linked to some types of vaccines. I cannot confirm or deny this matter.”

He added: "For example, some claim that multiple sclerosis develops later in some people after receiving vaccines against cervical cancer and against human papillomavirus, but these cases are individual and there may be only four or five recorded cases, but this does not mean vaccines." Harmful, when there is a genetic predisposition and there is no accurate evidence of the cause of the development of the autoimmune disease, this factor may be the main reason for the appearance of the disease.”

The doctor pointed out, "There is no vaccine that is 100% safe, or 100% effective. There are very small numbers of people who may die from a vaccine, and these numbers are one in a million, and here the concept of numbers emerges when adopting vaccines."

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  1. Regarding the topic, the Russian doctor, Alexander Myasnikov, said in his medical program that he presents on the “Russia”

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  2. He added: “The health of individuals does not depend only on a set of interconnected biological factors that include the physical, mental and psychological dimensions, but rather it extends beyond that as it is strongly influenced by environmental, behavioral, social and economic determinants. The World Health Organization is committed to supporting governments in preparing Climate for a healthy environment and work to reduce exposure to risk factors that lead to non-communicable diseases and injuries.

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  3. Autoimmune diseases' causes are complex. Factors like genetics, infections, stress, and possibly vaccines may contribute, but evidence is inconclusive.

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  4. Papia mukherjee1 May 2024 at 19:32

    Everyone needs to do vaccine

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