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Shocking New Study: Abortive Fetal DNA Found in Vaccines Directly Linked to Autism

( [email protected] ) Sep 09, 2014 03:16 PM EDT
A new study published in most recent Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology reveals a clear correlation between autism disorder (AD) and MMR, Varicella (chickenpox) and Hepatitis-A vaccines--all of which are made with human fetal cell lines.
There are many safer, more ethical alternatives to vaccines that use aborted fetal cell lines.

A groundbreaking new study published in most recent Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology reveals a clear correlation between autism disorder (AD) and MMR, Varicella (chickenpox) and Hepatitis-A vaccines.

Dr. Theresa Deisher, lead scientist of Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute (SCPI) and a team of scientists conducted their research using statistical analysis and data from the US Government, UK, Denmark and Western Australia. They discovered that increases in autistic disorder correspond with the introduction of vaccines using human fetal cell lines and retroviral contaminants.

"Not only are the human fetal contaminated vaccines associated with autistic disorder throughout the world, but also with epidemic childhood leukemia and lymphomas," said Dr. Deisher according to Christian Newswire.

When conducting the study, Dr. Deisher's team discovered that the fetal DNA levels ranged anywhere from 142ng - 2000ng per dose, fare more than the safe level.

"There are a large number of publications about the presence of HERV (human endogenous retrovirus - the only re-activatable endogenous retrovirus) and its association with childhood lymphoma," noted Dr. Deisher. "The MMR II and chickenpox vaccines and indeed all vaccines that were propagated or manufactured using the fetal cell line WI-38 are contaminated with this retrovirus. And both parents and physicians have a right to know this!"

Deisher, who previously worked as a researcher for Genentech, Repligen, ZymoGenetics, Immunex, and Amgen before her pro-life convictions drove her to found AVM Biotechnology and Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, has warned lawmakers of the damaging effects of using human fetal cells in vaccines for several years.

Testifying before Congress in 2011, Deisher told lawmakers that governments around the world have seen significant "change points" in the rate of autism diagnoses over the past twenty years which consistently coincided with the introduction of the human fetal cell line into MMR vaccine during the year the new wave of autistic children were born, Life News reports.

"What we have found is that across continents, and across decades, change points in autism disorder (not considering autism spectrum but only autism disorder) are clearly associated with the introduction of vaccines produced using human fetal cell lines," Deisher said. "Each time we inject our children with one of these vaccines, we are also injecting them with residual fetal human DNA."

In the United States, there are more than ten vaccines produced from aborted fetal cell lines, but all but the MMR, Hepatitis A shot, and the Varicella (Chicken Pox) vaccine have "ethical, potentially safer alternatives.

But according to Deisher, Merck, the manufacturer of the sole MMR available in the U.S., "has fought to keep [alternatives] out."

"There are many things in play here," she added. "One is economics."

However, if Merck wanted to offer an alternative to parents who object to the current vaccinations on ethical or safety-related grounds, it could easily "in-license" the Japanese version of the shot, which is made from animals instead of human cells.

"That's something they choose not to do, but it's certainly not out of their reach," she said.  

She urges parents who desire a safer, more ethical version of the vaccinations to write Merck to show them there is a "strong demand" for it.

Deisher added that parents educate themselves on the various vaccines on the U.S. schedule, and make sure they are aware of ethical alternatives to popular fetal-derived shots.

However, Deisher noted that in such cases where there is a grave risk to the child's health if the vaccine is not given, and there is no ethical alternative available, parents may choose to vaccinate as long as they make their objection to the use of human fetal cell lines apparent to their doctor and work to bring ethical alternatives to market.

"Most doctors will work with parents to get the alternatives," she concluded.