Aborted Fetal Cells
- Aborted fetal cells lines included in vaccines are the MRC-5, Wistar-38 and RA 27/3. The reason given is that the viruses tend to grow better in these cells, and fetal cells can divide for a long time before dying.
- Vaccines that contain aborted fetal cell lines include varicella, rubella, hepatitis A, shingles, and rabies.
- Several vaccines are made using aborted fetal embryo cells and this had been the case for many decades.
- The reason given is that the viruses tend to grow better in these cells and that fetal cells can divide for a long time before dying.
- The use of actual human fetal cells poses the question of how the fetal DNA will interact with the virus in the vaccine and eventually, the human into which it is injected. It remains unclear what kind of dangerous immune response the use of aborted fetal cells can provoke.
- According to the Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, a biomedical research organization, there have been distinct spikes in autism rates in the years when vaccines grown in human fetal cells were introduced. In my opinion, the moral implications here are huge.
- No studies have been done to determine potential synergistic effects of multiple vaccine ingredients given in combination.
- Safety concerns are further compounded when considering that infants and young children commonly receive multiple vaccines during the same office visit.