The genetic material from which many viral vaccines are produced appears to be a trigger of both autism and cancer, according to shocking research compiled by a renowned molecular and cellular physiologist from Stanford University in California.
Dr. Theresa Deisher, Ph.D., who was the first person to discover adult cardiac-derived stem cells, found that residual cellular DNA from aborted babies demonstrates both oncogenic and infectious characteristics in vaccines.
Aborted human fetal tissue, it turns out, has long been used in the production of vaccines, despite the fact that traces of DNA from this tissue can persist in the final product. The consequences of this, says Dr. Deisher, can include both genetic damage and markers of autism.
“It is possible that these contaminating fragments could be incorporated into a child’s genome and disrupt normal gene function, leading to autistic phenotypes,” wrote Dr. Deisher in a paper titled “Spontaneous Integration of Human DNA Fragments into Host Genome.”
With over 19 years of experience in biotechnology and vaccine development, Dr. Deisher knows what she’s talking about when it comes to vaccine science.
She’s anything but the mindless anti-vaccine caricature so often mocked by the skeptics crowd, in other words, which is obsessed with disparaging anyone who questions the official religion of vaccines, a primary tenet of which says that vaccines are perfectly safe.
Dr. Deisher’s extensive research into the matter clearly proves otherwise, showing that aborted human fetal cells are highly problematic both in terms of brain development and normal cellular function. Not only do vaccines made from these cell lines pose an autism risk, but they also increase one’s risk of cancer.
Specifically with regard to MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), varicella (chickenpox) and hepatitis A vaccines, a statistical analysis compiled by Dr. Deisher reveals that vaccines made from human fetal cell lines, which may contain retroviral contaminants, are associated with an increased risk of both autism and cancer.
“Not only are the human fetal contaminated vaccines associated with autistic disorder throughout the world, but also with epidemic childhood leukemia and lymphomas,” she added.
Not surprisingly, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has known for decades that aborted human fetal cell DNA causes genetic mutations in humans when injected via vaccines. But the agency, which is supposed to be looking out for human health, has done nothing to withdraw these deadly jabs from the market.
In fact, when the agency came to the realization that such DNA is deadly to humans, it decided to regulate it rather than ban it. Legally speaking, the maximum amount of residual fetal cell fragments allowed in vaccines is 10 nanograms, according to the FDA, and the agency admits that even this amount is harmful.
“DNA is a biologically active molecule whose activities pose a significant risk to vaccinees,” explains an FDA report on the issue. “[T]hus, the amount of DNA needs to be limited and its activities reduced.”
Dr. Deisher’s research, however, revealed that some vaccines currently on the market contain much more than this. She wrote that fetal DNA levels ranged from 142 ng to upwards of 2,000 ng per dose, or as much as 200 times the legal limit!
“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 [HERV, or human endogenous retrovirus],” wrote Dr. Deisher, noting that this retrovirus is associated with causing childhood lymphoma.