Bullous pemphigoid or probable Monkeypox is triggered by mRNA Covid-19 vaxx

Published by the National Library of Medicine, Maryland, US, October 2021

Bullous pemphigoid (BP) is an autoimmune skin disease characterized by the appearance of tense blisters over an erythematous base and the existence of circulating G immunoglobulins (IgGs) against hemidesmosome antigens BP180 and BP230.1 In this paper we present the case of a woman who developed BP after receiving the first dose of COMIRNATY (messenger ribonucleic acid [RNAm] Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine) and a subsequent reactivation after receiving the second one.

The case corresponds to a 78-year-old woman with diabetes mellitus, treated with insulin, and Alzheimer’s disease (global deterioration scale [GDS] score of 4), treated with memantine. She consulted the Dermatology Department due to a 1.5-month history of skin rash, reporting that the lesions had appeared three days after she received the COMIRNATY vaccine. Her symptoms stabilized within two weeks with the aid of high-potency topical corticosteroids. However, 21 days later, she experienced a significant reactivation after receiving the second dose of the vaccine (Fig. 1 ). A physical examination revealed tense blisters over an erythematous base on her face, trunk, and limbs. No lesions were detected on any of her mucous surfaces. A skin biopsy confirmed the diagnosis of BP, with both direct and indirect positive serum immunofluorescence. The remaining laboratory analyses yielded normal results, except for mild eosinophilia. We informed the Pharmacovigilance System and started treatment with prednisone 40 mg every 24 h, achieving a good clinical response.

The two BP antigens are found in the hemidesmosome, a cell adhesion complex that anchors the epithelium to the basement membrane. It has been proposed that IgG bound to these antigens activates the complement by inducing inflation and interrupting this bond.2 Genetic predisposition and certain triggering factors are involved in its etiopathogenesis. The association between BP and basement membrane alterations, such as traumas or burns; certain drugs, such as oral antidiabetics; or neurological diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease or dementia, is well known.2,

3 The latter association is partly explained by the autoimmune cross-reaction that occurs between the BP230 protein isoforms present in both the skin and the central nervous system.2 In relation to vaccines, cases of BP have been reported following the administration of vials against tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, polio, rabies, hepatitis B, rotavirus, pneumococcus, or influenza.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 The latency period ranges between one day (or earlier in the case of the pediatric population)1 and one month following the vaccination.2, 4, 5 The mechanism by which the vaccine induces BP is not well understood, and it is unlikely that a vaccine itself would explain the association, as there are no similarities between the vaccine structure and the basement membrane antigens.2 One hypothesis that has previously been proposed is that the vaccination may trigger a greater autoimmune response in patients with a significant immunological predisposition,2, 4 such as the case of our patient with Alzheimer’s disease, as the vaccine would activate B-cell immunity and, therefore, the production of antibodies,4 which is the main mechanism by which the lesions of this disease are generated.

In our patient, BP developed within three days of the administration of the first dose of the COMIRNATY vaccine against the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The appearance of these lesions was followed by a period of clinical stabilization during the second week after the vaccination. This was followed by a significant reactivation of the lesions 21 days later, after she received the second dose of the vaccine. The timeline with respect to the administration of the first dose and the reactivation after the administration of the second one supports the hypothesis of a possible relationship between the COMIRNATY vaccine administered and the appearance of BP in our patient, with a score of 8 (possible causal reaction) in the Naranjo Adverse Drug Reaction Probability Scale.#

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Posted on July 28, 2022, in Covid vaccines, Covid-19 and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. The “virus” is the vaccine it would seem

    Full text of “Noah Webster’s 1828 Dictionary”

    VIRULENT, a. [L. virulentus, from virus, poison, that is, strength, from the same root as
    vir, vireo. See Venom.] 12375
    VIRULENTLY, adv. With malignant activity; with bitter spite or severity. 12375
    VIRUS, n. [L. See Virulent.] Foul or contagious matter of an ulcer, postule, etc.; poison.

    https://archive.org/stream/noah-websters-1828-dictionary-ellen-g-white-estate/NWAD%20-%20Noah%20Webster%E2%80%99s%201828%20Dictionary_djvu.txt

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  2. To Isaac, the poor woman was 78 years old with Alzheimers.
    I don’t think she made the choice to have a second jab all by herself.
    I wonder who made it for her?
    Who is making decisions for our elderly in this Country right now?

    The mRNA inoculation has also been noted to trigger shingles as per their now disclosed adverse effects list of things to look forward to.
    Not to worry, there’s a vaccine for shingles.

    I wonder if they will have an innoculation for monkeypox?
    Probably.
    Maybe they will call it the ‘smallpox’ vaccine?

    ….round and round the merry go round….atishu atisu we all fall down.

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  3. Han Barkmeyer

    Here the 9 pages that Pfizer was forced to release with around 1300 effects of their “vaccine”:

    Click to access List-of-Adverse-Events.pdf

    On page 1, second from the top: ‘Acquired epidermolysis bullosa’
    It looks very much like the Monkeypox.

    Epidermolysis bullosa is a group of rare diseases that cause the skin to be fragile and to blister easily. Tears, sores, and blisters in the skin happen when something rubs or bumps the skin. They can appear anywhere on the body. In severe cases, blisters may also develop inside the body, such as in the mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines, upper airway, bladder, and genitals.

    Researchers know that acquired epidermolysis bullosa or epidermolysis bullosa acquisita is an autoimmune disease and the so-called “vaccines” are breaking down the natural immune system.

    An interesting video: DR DAVID MARTIN – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT “MONKEY POX”

    ‘Monkeypox engineered to be vaccine-resistant’ at the 17:12 minute mark of the video.

    https://brandnewtube.com/watch/dr-david-martin-everything-you-need-to-know-about-quot-monkey-pox-quot_IZQvDFBdG62XrTm.html

    Watch the David Martin video and then this one where Gates is saying: “We have to prepare for the next one (Monkeypox?), I would say… that will get attention this time.”

    Watch the smirks on the faces of Bill and Melinda.
    https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4916254/user-clip-bill-gates-attention-time

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  4. New evidence suggests that it is specifically related to the Pfizer jab.

    https://expose-news.com/2022/07/24/monkeypox-pfizer-great-reset/

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  5. You mean, the first 2 ladies had a dose, got the pox, then went back for another – unbelievable. The slave masters have succeeded beyond their wildest dreams.

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