Updated December 15, 2020
In the following brief video, Dr. Theresa Deisher talks about human aborted fetal contaminants and retroviruses in the Rubella, MMR and Chickenpox vaccines and their association with several human diseases including Multiple Sclerosis, Schizophrenia, ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) and HIV associated dementia.
“Anyone who says that these contaminants in a vaccine would not do anything, either knows nothing about immunology or vaccinology; or they’re not telling the truth. If I talk to someone in the field of small fragment homologous recombination and I say “how much human fetal DNA fragments left in a vaccine do you think would be safe?” They say, ‘zero’.”
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“…and mutated stem cells could cause problems for us for life. The dangers of retroviral fragments as well as the residual human fetal DNA are an unstudied risk to vaccine recipients. No study has ever been done to look at the safety of these contaminants. No cytokines have ever been measured;
and no antibodies have ever been measured.”
In the June 20, 2019 episode of The HighWire, Del Bigtree talked with Dr. Deisher of Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, about aborted fetal cell DNA fragments in vaccines. The video originally included with this blog post has been removed by YouTube. Below is an alternative video. Click image to view.
On July 11, 2019, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) published a feature article, entitled, "Fetal Cells and Vaccines -- Common Questions Answered." The article contained several false statements; including that the final vaccines are pure and "... will not introduce unnecessary components that could trigger immune responses or affect us in other ways." They did not reference any safety study for that statement. Click here to read Sound Choice Pharmaceuticals' July 21, 2019 rebuttal -- complete with references -- to the CHOP article.
8/2/2019 09:48:17 am
The RC church needs to do the right thing for once and speak up now !
9/16/2019 04:45:33 pm
Isn't it a problem to make an alliance between science and religion, gathered at a same place and interest ?
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