Mar 9, 2013

Alcoholism Vaccine will give Drinkers an Immediate Hangover if they Drink

Via EV
The predicted program machine that marches forward, medicating the minds of the masses has once again infused a story into the public lexicon which tries to blur the lines between medications and vaccinations. In this case a new vaccine for alcoholism promotes that it will cause an immediate hangover in patients who decide to drink. The press consultants from the island of Dr. Moreau's medical maniacs say that the vaccine works by sending biochemical messengers to the liver telling it not to express genes that metabolize alcohol.
 I did a video last year on the cocaine vaccine which in trials used the same mechanism as described in the alcohol vaccine only it affects the brain instead of the liver. One of the side effects was that patients needed to consume 10 times the amount of cocaine normally used in order to achieve and maintain a state of euphoria. This new alcohol vaccine states that if anybody has received it and decide to drink they will immediately experience severe nausea, accelerated heartbeat and general discomfort.
 Imagine this accidentally being put in the public water supply, everyone becomes sick while the corporate run media proclaim it is the flu and everyone needs to get a vaccination. The pharmacratical dictators have tricked us into accepting poisons for medications soon they hope the term vaccines will be synonymous with vitamins to which we will consume our daily dose in order to experience a brave new world.
Via: DailyMail
 A new vaccine will give anyone who drinks even a small amount of alcohol an immediate and very heavy hangover. Scientists from the University of Chile have spent a year designing the drug in a bid to tackle the growing problem of alcoholism in the country. The vaccine, which would be effective for between six months and a year, works by sending a biochemical message to the liver telling it not to express genes that metabolise alcohol. Normally, the liver turns alcohol into the hangover-causing compound called acetaldehyde which is then broken down by a metabolising enzyme. If someone who’s been vaccinated tries to drink alcohol, they will immediately experience severe nausea, accelerated heartbeat, and general discomfort. Once the vaccine has been administered it cannot be reversed.
 Dr. Juan Asenjo, director of the university's Institute for Cell Dynamics and Biotechnology said while the vaccine is not a cure-all, it could provide an important first step. He told the Santiago Times newspaper: 'People who end up alcoholic have a social problem; a personality problem because they’re shy, whatever, and then they are depressed, so it’s not so simple. Clanger: The hangover vaccine would be effective for between six months and a year 'But if we can solve the chemical, the basic part of the problem, I think it could help quite a bit. 'In Chile, according to the most recent 2011 study from the World Health Organization, one in 15 men have an alcohol use disorder.
 Dr Asenjo belives the vaccine has the potential to help millions of people worldwide. He added: 'If it works, it’s going to have a worldwide impact, but with many vaccines one has to test them carefully. I think the chances that this one will work are quite high.' Inspiration for the vaccine came from the far East, said Asenjo, where between 15 and 20 pwer cent of Japanese, Chinese or Koreans have a mutation which inhibits the breakdown of alcohol in their bodies. The idea of using drugs to combat alcoholism is not new.
Disulfiram, which was developed almost a century ago works in a similar way blocking the enzyme from breaking down alcohol, thus intensifying the body’s negative response. However users often find the effects so unpleasant they simply stop taking the pills.
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