Previous studies had linked MS and vaccines have been due to the ability of the vaccine to speed up the spread of the disease has no obvious symptoms. However, it has recently been found that vaccines do not cause / make multiple sclerosis in patients. Scientists have studied about 4,700 people who had been vaccinated for hepatitis B (Hep B) and HPV (HPV). It was found that the vaccine did not cause risk of developing the disease or other similar neurological diseases for that matter.
Several vaccines against social groups had raised concerns about Hep B and HPV vaccines that could lead to the destruction of myelin (insulating material found on parts of nerve cells called axons). This type of damage is called as demyelination. This situation may result in a number of disease pathogenesis autoimmuno.
The studies previously conducted on this topic have been very shallow and most have found a link between the disease and immunization; However, two studies did suggest a slight increase in the risk of disease “spread. Therefore, the issue is still controversial. This latest study has been the largest and the last day and has kept track of patients three years after they had themselves vaccinated. The results published on October 20 in JAMA Neurology journal, researchers suggest that a low risk of developing the disease after being vaccinated, as found in previous studies, in fact, when they had already sclerosis or any other neurodegenerative disease autoimmune disease. It is probably because Patients who get vaccinated, go faster from subclinical level (the level of symptoms are not visible) to the stage with visible symptoms. The lead author of the report Dr. Annette Langer-Gould.
She said that an even larger scale study had to come to any conclusion. However, it may as well say that all parties that have been found to date, might just be a coincidence. For example, women are at greater risk of MS compared to men, but they are likely to be vaccinated by their analysis. The situation is similar to how autism occurs in children at a time when they are going to be vaccinated for a number of diseases. Further research is needed to make sure that there is no connection between the two. Until then, the risk of a combination of both is a risk.