Autoimmune Disorders: Adjuvants And Other Risk Factors In Pathogenesis


Autoimmune Disorders

Comprehensive resource on the science of autoimmune disorders, covering causes, treatment, prevention, and the latest research in the field

Autoimmune Disorders is an authoritative reference on the science of autoimmune disorders, covering their causes, including infections, vaccine adjuvants, environmental stimuli, and silicone implants, the latest research on the genetics, epigenetics, and immunology of autoimmunity, predictive markers, therapeutic approaches for treatment and prevention, and suggestions for future research directions.

This book explores the intricate connections between adjuvants and autoimmune responses, focusing on the emergence of the Autoimmune/Inflammatory Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants (ASIA syndrome), as well as autoimmune connections in areas such as chronic fatigue syndrome, autoantibodies targeting the autonomic system, and small fiber neuropathy. The authors emphasize the profound impact of vaccines on public health, underscoring that their benefits far outweigh potential side effects and exploring the historical context of adjuvants in vaccine development. From tattoos to environmental factors, each chapter adds a unique thread to the tapestry of adjuvants, autoimmune responses, and their interactions.

Sample topics covered in Autoimmune Disorders include: Food additives and dental implants as a trigger of autoimmunity and increased risk of ASIA syndrome as a result of the chemical and social factors Sustained immune activation in ASIA syndrome as a bridge to lymphomagenesis and how immune checkpoints, metals, and bisphenol connect to autoimmunity Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia syndrome (POTS), Sick Building syndrome, and Gulf War syndrome (GWS) as parts of ASIA syndrome Sarcoidosis and Sjögren’s syndrome as a proof of concept of hyperstimulation syndrome

Autoimmune Disorders is an essential reference on the subject for academics, specialized postgraduate students, and practicing professionals seeking to improve integrated research strategies and foster a deeper understanding of the complex relationship between immunology, public health, and individual well-being.

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