HUMAN FETAL TISSUE

HUMAN FETAL TISSUE: some vaccines are grown in cell cultures that were originally obtained from two human fetuses. Two different strains of human diploid cell cultures made from fetuses have been used extensively for vaccine production for decades:

  • WI-38 HUMAN DIPLOID CELLS – Winstar Institute 38, human diploid lung fibroblasts derived from the lung tissues of a female fetus aborted because the family felt they had too many children in 1964 in the United States.
  • MRC-5 HUMAN DIPLOID CELLS – Medical Research Council 5 (cells containing two sets of chromosomes) derived from the normal lung tissues of a 14-week-old male fetus aborted for “psychiatric reasons” in 1966 in the United Kingdom.
  • IMR-90 and 91 HUMAN DIPLOID CELLS – Institute of Medical Research 90 and 91 Derived from lung tissue of a 16-week-old female Caucasian fetus. The cells have a virus susceptibility similar to WI-38 and MRC-5 cells.

WI-38 and MRC-5 have become the most used cell lines to make vaccinations. Labs currently use these 2 cell lines, as well as new sources (a.k.a new aborted infants) to create new vaccines.

DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID (DNA): is a self-replicating material present in nearly all living organisms as the main constituent of chromosomes. It is the carrier of genetic information. DNA is harvested from aborted infants. It is used as an adjuvant in vaccines. In vaccines, 100,000,000 bits and strands of human DNA are allowed per dose.

ADVERSE REACTIONS: in a recent study, Dr. Helen Ratajczak, reports that about the same time the vaccine manufacturers took thimerosal out of most vaccines, they began making some vaccines using human tissue. Ratajczak says human tissue is currently used in 23 vaccines. She discusses the increase in autism incidences corresponding with the introduction of human DNA to MMR vaccine, and suggests the two could be linked. Ratajczak also says an additional increased spike in autism occurred in 1995 when chicken pox vaccine was grown in human fetal tissue. Dr. Helen Ratajczak explains that foreign DNA can cause brain damage, because it’s human DNA and the recipients are humans, there is homologous recombination. Homologous recombination is a form of genetic recombination in which two similar DNA strands exchange genetic material. That DNA is incorporated into the host DNA, and now it’s changed, altering itself and the body kills it. Where is this most expressed? The neurons of the brain. Now you have the body killing the brain cells and it is an ongoing inflammation. It doesn’t stop, it continues through the life of that individual.

FOUND IN THE FOLLOWING VACCINES: VARICELLA (VARIVAX), DTAP + IPV + HIB (PENTACEL), HEP A + HEP B (TWINRIX), HEP A (HAVRIX), MMRV (PROQUAD), ZOSTER (SHINGLES-ZOSTAVAX), HEP A (VAQTA), MMR (MMR-II)