Saved Magazine – Aborted Baby DNA in Vaccines
by Sep 19, 2019 | Abolition Abortion, Innocent Blood, Issue 2, Vaccines|
Are vaccines contaminated with aborted baby DNA? Not only do many vaccines contain substances like formaldehyde, aluminum, thimerosal (mercury), monosodium glutamate (MSG), FD&C Yellow 6, Polysorbate 80, bovine serum (cow), chicken protein, vero cells (kidney cells extracted from an African Green Monkey in 1962), canine (dog), porcine (pig), insect cells and other animal cell strains, but many vaccines also contain aborted human baby DNA fragments.
Almost 92% of our children have been injected with vaccines made with aborted human fetal cell lines which contain both human fetal cell DNA and a retrovirus (any of a group of RNA viruses which insert a DNA copy of their genome into the host cell in order to replicate, e.g. Avian virus or bird flu, which has been detected in some vaccines).  To date, 24 vaccines (10 of these are used in the U.S.) contain components that are produced using aborted human baby DNA.  These cell lines are listed on vaccine ingredient labels as “human diploid cell cultures” or “MRC-5” and “WI-38”, depending on whether the aborted child was male or female. You can find these aborted human fetal cell lines listed on the CDC website—as used in the MMR (Rubella), Chicken Pox, Hepatitis A, Varicella, Rabies, Shingles and Polio vaccines, among others.
Existing human fetal cell lines are manufactured from American human babies that were aborted in the 1960s. The 1960s supply of medically utile aborted baby cells are nearly depleted, however, and new fetal cell lines will be necessary to continue ongoing vaccine development, production and sales.