Sound Choice 2018 Fundraising Banquet Recap
Dr. Theresa Deisher’s Latest Study Revealed
At the event, SCPI founder, Dr. Theresa Deisher disclosed preliminary results of SCPI’s vaccine-induced mutation study. In a petri dish, combinations of the MMRII, Varivax (chickenpox), Hepatitis A and DTaP vaccines appear to induce mutations in human stem cells and give the mutated stem cells more than a 30 fold growth advantage over normal stem cells. SCPI will be replicating this intriguing finding.
Dr. Deisher also summarized the peer-reviewed papers that document the sometimes fatal results of making cow vaccines using cow cells1. Between 2007 and 2011 more than 4500 calves had died in Europe. Studies were immediately launched to find the cause of death which were difficult to conduct because only 0.3% of the herd had the disease that caused death in their nursing calfs. Despite the difficulties, the cause was tied to a vaccine for cows made in cow cells and by 2010 the culprit vaccine was withdrawn from the market (the 2011 deaths are in calves born to moms who had already been vaccinated before the withdrawal). How many children must be harmed by vaccines before long-term safety studies will be demanded and unsafe vaccines withdrawn from the market. We love cows, but we love our children more.
Event Keynote Speaker: Film Producer Del Bigtree Talks about His Film Vaxxed
Another champion for better research on vaccinations, film producer Del Bigtree began his speech with the fact that American children have a higher rate of morbidity and mortality than any other nation in the industrialized world.
Other alarming statistics, he pointed out, demonstrate the clear need for safer vaccinations for our children. According to the CDC (the Centers of Disease Control), one in six American children have a developmental disability, while more than half of U.S. kids have a chronic disease, according to a Health and Human Services (HHS).
If preliminary research shows that even some of these conditions occur due to mutated cells during a child’s crucial first years, it stands to reason that researchers should pursue any reasonable lead that shows a connection between cell mutations and fragmented fetal DNA cell lines that contaminate some of today’s vaccines.
Your support – as shown by your selfless giving to research into the possible causes of autism – may just be the ingredient that solves these healthcare challenges our children face – even in the most developed country in the world.
#GiveBig for Sound Choice Raised $9k for the Hope for Autism Treatment
Not only were you out in force for our fundraising banquet, but you also gave an extra $9,000 on our #GiveBig event on May 19th. Thanks to you, we only need an additional $10,000 to complete the funding for the next step in Dr. Deisher’s new vaccine study.
Help Us Get to the Next Step to Conquer the Autism Challenge
We’re so close to having the amount we need for the next step in our research. As an evidence-based research institute, we hold to strict standards when we test the safety of vaccine ingredients. We insist on proper controls, documentation, and peer reviews, all of which cost money.
Our goal to prevent autism caused by unsafe ingredients in vaccines and treat autism with safer medicines is well worth the time, effort, and cost. We’re not out to eliminate vaccines – in fact, quite the opposite. We just want to provide our children with the safest vaccines possible.
This demands research. Research that you can help support. Research that will test for possible ill effects of some of today’s most common vaccine ingredients, namely, fragmented fetal DNA cell lines, and aluminum. Research that can point the way to safer vaccines.
The Next “Pasteur” May Come from Safer Vaccine Advocates
Near the end of the 19th century, Louis Pasteur created a leap forward in medicine with his life-saving rabies vaccine. His intervention saved a young boy’s life.
Since then, vaccines for many diseases that have scourged humankind have emerged, saving many lives in the process.
While vaccines are safer now than in Pasteur’s time, they’re still not safe enough. Not nearly so. Just as Pasteur did years ago, we have a chance to create another breakthrough in the effort to protect humankind from disease. This research at Sound Choice may just be that breakthrough.
Even now, Sound Choice continues to shine the light since 2008 on vaccine safety. Shingrix, a shingles vaccine manufactured without fetal cell contamination, was approved in 2017. The new vaccine has proved safer and more effective than Zostavax®,3 the fetal-cell manufactured vaccine that had been the gold standard in shingles prevention up until that time.
The Next Vaccination Breakthrough May Come from Your Donations
With more research, we can make more progress toward creating safer and more effective vaccines for our children.
To help defeat autism through safer vaccines, donate to SCPI today.