[SALAH] “After being vaccinated, HIV and cancer cases will explode”

Based on the investigation results of the Tempo CekFakta Team, the claim that after being vaccinated, HIV and cancer cases will explode is a misleading claim.

In fact, the flu vaccine has never been reported to cause HIV infection or cancer. Many studies have shown that flu vaccines and the chemicals they contain are safe.

Reporting from Tempo, quoted from the United States Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), influenza or flu is an infectious respiratory disease caused by the influenza virus. This virus infects the nose, throat, and sometimes the lungs. Influenza can also cause mild to severe illness. Serious complications from influenza can lead to hospitalization, even death.

There are two types of vaccines used for influenza. First, the injection flu vaccine. This vaccine consists of the inactivated influenza vaccine (IIV) and the recombinant influenza vaccine (RIV). The vaccine does not contain live flu viruses. This vaccine comes in a variety of trivalent, quadrivalent, high-dose, adjuvant, cell-based, and recombinant formulations.

The second is the nasal spray flu vaccine. This vaccine is also known as live attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV). The vaccine that is used by spraying it into the nose contains live viruses. However, the virus has been weakened so that it does not cause influenza.

Reporting from the Health Line, over the past half century, millions of people have received the flu vaccine. However, very few people experience serious problems. Many studies have shown that flu vaccines and the chemicals they contain are safe.

As with other vaccines, the side effects of the flu vaccine are mostly mild. People who have received this vaccine usually report symptoms such as pain, redness, and swelling of the skin around the injection site, fever, fatigue, and headaches.

Some of the diseases and disorders listed in the diagram in the Instagram account upload above are not caused or related to the flu vaccine. Here is the explanation:

Cancer
About 40 percent of cancer cases are caused by viruses. Several viruses have been known to cause cancer for a long time. However, only 10 or 20 percent of the cases were suspected. Viruses that are widely known to be linked to cancer are the hepatitis B and C viruses, which can cause liver cancer and human papilloma virus (HPV), and then trigger cervical cancer. Other causes of cancer are frequent consumption of processed meat, breathing polluted air, and stress.

Quoted from the official website of Preventive Medicine Cancer Care (PMCC) Denver, until now, no research has found evidence that vaccines lead to a higher risk of cancer. According to one publication, during 1955-1963, there was indeed a virus that was linked to the polio vaccine. The virus, known as SV40, is likely linked to an increased risk of cancer.

However, the publication also states that there is insufficient evidence about this increased risk. “It is important to note that the only reason is contamination with the SV40 virus, which is not part of the polio vaccine. “Contamination is no longer present in modern polio vaccines given to patients,” explains PMCC Denver.

In fact, according to PMCC Denver, much research is currently starting to provide evidence that vaccines may be beneficial in lowering cancer risk. The main reason behind this is because there are certain viruses that are known to cause changes in the DNA of the human body (such as HPV).

When these changes occur, they can cause certain changes in the genetic activity expressed by the body’s cells. As a result, these cells are more likely to become cancerous. When vaccines are given to protect against viruses, the risk of becoming infected with these microorganisms is reduced. That protection can also reduce the risk of developing cancer that is associated with the virus.

HIV / AIDS
Quoted from the health site Alodokter, AIDS is caused by the HIV virus. The HIV virus that enters the body will destroy CD4 cells. CD4 cells are the part of white blood cells that fight infection. The fewer CD4 cells in the body, the weaker the person’s immune system. HIV infection occurs when a person’s blood, sperm, or vaginal fluids enter another person’s body.

In December 2020, there were claims that the trial of one of the Covid-19 vaccines in Australia had made volunteers positive for HIV. However, according to a Reuters verification, this claim is false. The vaccine in question is a vaccine developed by the biotechnology company CSL and the University of Queensland, Australia.

This Covid-19 vaccine uses small fragments of the HIV virus protein to stabilize the vaccine. Production was stopped after trials showed that the antibodies produced in response to these protein fragments could cause false-positive results in some HIV tests.

CSL said “the vaccine candidate does not contain the HIV virus and there is no possibility of causing HIV”. Follow-up tests also showed no HIV virus in the volunteers’ bodies. While quoted from the Live Science report, there is no way for the vaccine to cause HIV infection, because it contains harmless protein fragments.

Autism
Reporting from the Halodoc health website, autism (Autism Spectrum Disorder / ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects language development and children’s ability to communicate, interact, and behave. Some of the factors that can trigger autism are heredity, side effects of alcoholic drinks or drugs while in the womb, the influence of other disorders (Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, etc.), and premature birth.

Until now, the cause of autism is unknown. However, experts identified the presence of several genes that were suspected of being linked to ASD. Sometimes, these genes arise and mutate spontaneously. But, in other cases, people may inherit the gene from their parents. In the case of twins, autism can occur due to twin genes.

Quoted from Republika.co.id, vaccinologist as well as internal medicine specialist Dirga Sakti Rambe denied the old news that reappeared that vaccines could cause autism. Dirga emphasized that this myth was completely untrue. According to Dirga, the issue was first revealed by a British surgeon, Andrew Wakefield, in 1998.

This doctor called the MMR vaccine (mumps, measles, and rubella) linked to autism. However, it was later discovered that the research was bogus. “After that, extensive research was carried out to prove whether the doctor’s claim was true or not. It turned out not to be true and he was proven to have faked the data, “said Dirga on December 15, 2020.

Stroke
Stroke is a disease that attacks the brain. Stroke occurs when blood flow from the brain is blocked, it could also be due to bleeding in or around the brain. The cause is hardened, narrowed, or blocked blood vessels. Causes of stroke include high blood pressure, lack of exercise, unhealthy food, obesity and smoking.

Diabetes
Diabetes is not a contagious disease, but it can be life threatening if not controlled. In the UK today, there are approximately 3.7 million cases of diabetes diagnosed with multiple risks due to factors such as childhood obesity. Diabetes is caused by excess glucose in the blood.

When a person has diabetes, the pancreas cannot produce enough insulin to break down glucose in the blood. This can cause a drastic increase in blood sugar levels. The reason is, insulin is a hormone that functions to regulate blood sugar levels.

The amount of blood glucose in the body usually depends on the food consumed. People who consume higher amounts of sugar are more likely to develop a severe form of diabetes. However, whether a person is diagnosed with diabetes or not, may also depend on genetic makeup.

Arthritis / arthritis
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