/ September 18, 2015/ Autism Spectrum, Iatrogenic Disease/ 0 comments

 

CONTAMINATION OF VACCINES WITH HUMAN FOETAL CELL FRAGMENTS:
The research I’m citing calls for safer production methods for vaccines.  It is not anti-vaccination research.  This research establishes a STRONG correlation between Autism Disorder and specific vaccines.
(I do have concerns about vaccines and vaccination. Contaminants are one of the reasons for my concerns.)

Research by Deisher et al, published [Sept 2014] in the Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology, shows strong correlation between noted ‘change points’ (rises) in numbers of cases of Autistic Disorder and the introduction of specific childhood vaccines cultured on human foetal cells, rather than on animal cells. This correlation stands strong across the 4 vaccinating nations studied.

  • Vaccines implicated by the study: MMRII, Varicella and Hepatitis A vaccines.  (Other, more recent vaccinations cultured on human foetal cells are implicated also, but were introduced too recently to be included).
  • Nations in the study: The United States, Western Australia, United Kingdom and Denmark.

The study also established that changes in diagnostic criteria would be more likely to show a reverse pattern to the one seen as criteria have become more strict.   They established that a modern correlation between paternal age and Autism Disorder couldn’t be substantiated as causal as it was not seen in earlier times with trends of older paternity.

 

In 1979, coincident with the first autism disorder change point, vaccine manufacturing changes introduced human fetal DNA fragments and retroviral contaminants into childhood vaccines (Victoria et al., 2010).  While we do not know the causal mechanism behind these new vaccine contaminants and autistic disorder, human fetal DNA fragments are inducers of autoimmune reactions, while both DNA fragments and retroviruses are known to potentiate genomic insertions and mutations (Yolken et al., 2000; Kurth 1998; U S Food and Drug Administration 2011).  Infants and children are almost universally exposed to these additional vaccine components/contaminants, and these converging events are associated with rising autistic disorder in a dose-de-pendent fashion due to the increasing numbers of human fetal manufactured vaccines which have been added to the US immunization guidelines, including Pentacel®, which since 2008, contains inactivated polioviruses grown on the MRC-5 human fetal cell line. Pentacel® is recommended  for children  at  2,  4  and  6  months  of  age, and may account for the recent idea that scientists have become more adept at diagnosing  autism  at  younger  age. Diagnosis at younger age may more likely be the result of introducing human fetal cell vaccine contaminates to younger children.   link

The causal mechanism is unknown as yet, but:

This overlooked potential trigger for the worldwide autism disorder epidemic demands additional studies in order to assure the safe manufacture of routine recommended childhood vaccines, particularly since   reverting   to   animal based  manufacturing methods is readily available. link

Please send comments to the research author if you disagree with the methods or conclusions of this research: tdeisher@soundchoice.org (corresponding author).

 

I originally saw this research article posted to twitter by https://twitter.com/LotusOak … thanks Vera 🙂

*This is a stock photo and doesn’t represent the vaccines studied in the cited research.

 

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About Sally Lloyd

Sally Lloyd is a classical homeopath working internationally, with special interests in autism, anxiety, children's behaviour disorders, and adrenal fatigue/hypothyroidism. She's the mother of 4 daughters from age 30 to age 10, 2 of whom she still home educates. She's happily married and lives on a small holding in Staffordshire in the UK.

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