As measles cases continue to rise with no deaths except for one case in Berlin, Germany the call for mandated vaccines continue. When people are asked why they don't vaccinate, one of the responses is that there are aborted fetal cells in vaccines. The response to that there is no aborted fetal cells in vaccines.
So, lets settle this debate once & for all.
Are there aborted fetus cells in vaccines? Lets start by taking a look at the ingredients in vaccines. You can see the ingredients list here -
The ingredients you are looking for are these -
Human-diploid fibroblast cell cultures (WI-38)
MRC-5 (Human diploid cells)
WI-38 human diploid lung fibroblast
Human diploid cell cultures
Lets take a look at each of these -
Human-diploid fibroblast cell cultures (WI-38) - 3 month old female fetus, This line was the first human diploid cell line to be used in human vaccine preparation.
MRC-5 (Human diploid cells) - The MRC-5 cell line was derived from normal lung tissue of a 14-week-old male fetus by J.P. Jacobs in September of 1966.
WI-38 human diploid lung fibroblast - The WI-38 human diploid cell line was derived by Leonard Hayflick from normal embryonic (3 months gestation) lung tissue.
Human diploid cell cultures - (originating from human aborted fetal tissue)
Do you still have any doubt in your mind that vaccines contain aborted fetus cells?
Are there any repercussions for having these cells in vaccines? The answer is yes.
A Stanford scientist did a study & found a possible link between vaccines containing aborted fetal cells & autism.
Dr. Theresa Deisher, a PhD in Molecular and Cellular Physiology from Stanford University, the first person to discover adult cardiac derived stem cells, determined that residual human fetal DNA fragments in vaccines may be one of the causes of autism in children through vaccination.
“It is possible that these contaminating fragments could be incorporated into a child’s genome and disrupt normal gene function, leading to autistic phenotypes.”
We are bombarded with the saying that vaccines do not cause autism. But who is funding these studies that say this? The vaccine manufacturers themselves are funding them. This is creating a source bias. Their income would be cut substantially if vaccines would no longer produced.
There has actually been 99 studies that show a link.
(This link originally started with 86 links studies)
I hope this settles the argument, some vaccines do contain aborted fetus cells & they can cause problems.
Until next time,