Vaccines with Fetal Cells, the Implications in Autism Spectrum


Dr. Theresa Deisher

Human fetal DNA introduced with vaccines may be taken up via cellular DNA uptake receptors or may spontaneously penetrate cell membranes that have become permeable during inflammatory reactions, study says.

A trio of recent publications in the journal NEURON reports the presence of hundreds of diverse de novo gene mutations indicating that autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be a disease of genomic instability, with a significant environmental component.  Altered double strand break formation and repair pathways (DSB) may be a commonality among the diverse genetic mutations that have been documented in ASD.  US birthyear changepoints in AD are apparent in 1980, 1988 and 1996, coinciding with the switch to or introduction of childhood vaccines contaminated with human endogenous retrovirus K (HERVK) and human fetal DNA fragments.  The HERVK and human fetal DNA contaminants could contribute to the genomic instability of ASD demonstrated by de novo mutations.   Read more…



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