It is a well understood scientifically that primitive human DNA fragments when injected into a person could 1) activate the immune system and potentially trigger and autoimmune reaction in genetically susceptible people and 2) insert into the genome of blood forming stem cells causing mutations. As the DNA in the genes govern the function of the cells, such DNA insertions can seriously disrupt the function of the mutated cell.
Scientists have hypothesized some cancers and other childhood neurological disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) may be caused by mutations in the child’s DNA. This conclusion is based upon finding numerous mutations in the brains and/or blood of such children which cannot be found in their parents. Some mutations occur at or soon after conception and are called de novo. Others are acquired mutations that occur after birth due to environmental factors or exposures and are called somatic mutations. One such event could be exposure to residual human DNA from childhood vaccines.
The United States government has known about the dangers of human DNA from aborted fetal cell-lines since at least 2005. They set guidelines which are supposed to keep the DNA at a specific limit, which they hypothesize will not cause cancer. There is no monitoring of vaccines by our government agencies to ensure those limits are adhered to. Vaccines (MMR, Varicella, and Hepatitis A) sent for independent analysis have consistently shown levels of human fetal DNA that are far beyond the “established safety limits.”
Our Study in the Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology correlates autism spectrum disorder increase and human fetal DNA and retroviral agents in vaccines. (Link to article)
In the press release about the study, Dr. Theresa Deisher, lead scientist and SCPI founder noted that, “Not only are the human fetal contaminated vaccines associated with autistic disorder throughout the world, but also with epidemic childhood leukemia and lymphomas.”
Instead of conducting safety studies the FDA regulated the amount of human DNA that could be present in a vaccine to no greater than 10ng.
Unfortunately, the Sound Choice team discovered that the fetal DNA levels ranged anywhere from 142ng – 2000ng per dose, way beyond the so-called “safe” level. Dr. Deisher’s study is available on the Academic Journals website at: www.ms.academicjournals.org/…/article1409245960_Deisher%20e…