Understand vaccine manufacturing and cell substrate residual contaminant levels.
Gain knowledge regarding species specific insertional mutagenesis and autoimmunity.
Understand the relationship of these pathological processes to current childhood disease epidemics including autistic disorder, leukemia, lymphoma, intellectual disability, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Contaminating DNA levels in the rubella, mumps-measles-rubella, chickenpox and some hepatitis A vaccines available in the US well exceed the current World Health Organization guidance of less than 10 ng cell substrate DNA per vaccine dose.
The DNA of the aforementioned rubella vaccine was fragmented into short pieces of approximately 215 base pairs (in average) in length, a length ideal for cellular uptake and genomic integration.
Some of the chicken pox and measles/mumps/rubella vaccines are also contaminated with fragments of the Human Endogenous Retrovirus K (HERVK), a retrovirus that invades the genome of its host, can be re-activatable and which can facilitate the integration of stray DNA into the host’s genome.
Short DNA fragments are known to integrate into the genome in a species specific manner and can lead to mutagenesis and/or genomic instability as well as an autoimmune response.
The vaccine schedule exposes young children to insertion of fetal DNA fragments during a time of significant brain development.