Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) is neuro-immune disorder so rare, little is known about causation. ADEM is a result of inflammation in the myelin sheath, which is the electromagnetic coating that protects nerves in the brain and the spinal cord. Over 50% of those afflicted with this devastating diagnosis are struck while fighting an existing bacterial or viral infection. According to the Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute, ADEM will “on occasion . . . occur after a vaccination . . . usually after the MMR.” National Vaccine Injury Lawyer Leah Durant has reported that ADEM, although rare, can also be triggered by a flu shot.
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