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Vaccines Contain Undigested Human DNA – Resulting In Allergic Reactions and Worse

From James

Vaccines must be grown in a medium. All these contain DNA, which is then injected into the bloodstream. One such DNA type is peanut. Peanut oil is used to make many vaccines. Peanut vaccine is injected into the bloodstream, and as a result kids develop peanut allergies.

James Robert Deal, Attorney, Broker, Activist, Bullshit Detector (1978-present)

October 16, 2019

From Attorney Deal:

If you eat egg, milk, or peanuts, the DNA is digested in the digestive system. It is unnatural to inject foreign DNA directly into the blood stream. But vaccines need a medium to grow in and preservatives to maintain them. That medium of undigested foreign DNA gets injected right into our blood stream. Allergic reactions are the obvious result.

Vaccines contain peanut oil, including undigested peanut DNA. That’s what causes the peanut allergy in the first place. You are stuck with a peanut allergy.

Vaccines contain both animal and vegetable DNA. And human placental DNA. So don’t be surprised when those who are vaccinated develop allergies. There is a debate over whether vaccines cause autism (they do), but there is no debate that vaccines cause allergies.

“Polysorbate 80 is present in many vaccines including Prevnar 13.

“Polysorbate and other excipients derived from vegetable sources are present in many other vaccines and most suppliers do not have allergen information. So polysorbate and other excipients could also be a source of peanut and almond protein contamination of vaccines.

“MMR contains chick embryo culture proteins and the vaccine package insert[4] has a warning for patients with egg allergy. Some egg proteins may be common to or cross react with chick embryo proteins.

Re: Non-specific immunological effects of selected routine childhood immunisations: systematic review

Aeroallergen contamination of multi-dose and reconstituted vaccine vials cause the development of asthma, gastrointestinal diseases and proves vaccine makers and vaccine safety regulators are incompetent

Is it true that some vaccines are developed from aborted fetal cells as others claim? If so, which vaccines are they?

Saul Goad, former Combat Veteran at U.S. Coast Guard (1965-1969)

Answered 28m ago

Caption: Stanley Plotkin

A small but growing number of parents who object to vaccinating their children on religious grounds say they do so because many common vaccines are the product of cells that once belonged to aborted fetuses.

There is a grain of truth to this statement. But even religious leaders, including a future pope, have said that shouldn’t deter parents from vaccinating their children.

Vaccine and Cell Line Science ~ Some childhood vaccines, including the one against rubella — which is part of the MMR vaccine given to millions of children worldwide for measles, mumps and rubella — is cultured in "WI-38 human diploid lung fibroblasts," according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s fact sheet on the vaccine’s ingredients”, What Aborted Fetuses Have to Do With Vaccines .

To further explain this, let us examine this SEPARATE CASE:

“ An immortalized cell line is a cell culture of a single type of cell that can reproduce indefinitely. Normally, cells are subject to the Hayflick Limit, a rule named for cell biologist Leonard Hayflick, Ph.D. Hayflick determined that a population of normal human cells will reproduce only a finite number of times before they cease to reproduce. However some cells in culture have undergone a mutation, or they have been manipulated in the laboratory so that they reproduce indefinitely.

One example of an immortalized cell line is the so-called HeLa cell line, which started from cervical cancer cells taken in the 1950s from a woman named Henrietta Lacks. Cell lines are not used to produce the vaccine virus”, Human Cell Strains in Vaccine Development .

(But this demonstrates the principal involved.)

Back to the question: “At the height of a rubella epidemic that began in Europe and spread to the United States in the mid-1960s, Plotkin calculated that 1% of all births at Philadelphia General Hospital were affected by congenital rubella syndrome. In some cases, women who were infected with rubella while pregnant terminated their pregnancies due to the serious risks from CRS.

Following one such abortion, the fetus was sent to Plotkin at the laboratory he had devoted to rubella research. Testing the kidney of the fetus, Plotkin found and isolated the rubella virus. Separately, Leonard Hayflick (also working at the Wistar Institute at that time) developed a cell strain called WI-38 using lung cells from an aborted fetus. Hayflick found that many viruses, including rubella, grew well in the WI-38, and he showed that it proved to be free of contaminants and safe to use for human vaccines.

Plotkin grew the rubella virus he had isolated in WI-38 cells kept at 86°F (30°C) so that it eventually grew very poorly at normal body temperature. (He chose the low-temperature approach following previous experiences with attenuating poliovirus.) After the virus had been grown through the cells 25 times at the lower temperature, it was no longer able to replicate enough to cause illness in a living person but was still able to provoke a protective immune response.

The rubella vaccine developed with WI-38 is still used throughout much of the world today as part of the combined MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine”, Human Cell Strains in Vaccine Development .

That is the whole truth & nothing but the truth.



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