The Flu Vaccine and Narclepsy
A July 1,2015 article in Science Translational Medicine, indicates children immunized with GlaxoSmithKline's Pandemrix H1N1 flu vaccine have a greater risk of developing narcolepsy, a chronic sleep disorder. There is a peptide in the vaccine that resembles the brain peptide,hypocretin, which the vaccine's peptide binds. The brain peptide keeps individuals awake. Binding the peptide causes people to uncontrollably fall asleep.
The vaccine is believed to trigger an autoimmune response increasing the incidence of narcolepsy. The patients most affected by narcolepsy were vaccinated with Pandemrix. More studies will consider the possibility that the virus itself causes narcolepsy.
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