Threat Posed by Cell Substrates in Vaccines

substrateThe Vaccine Research Library

 

Investigating Viruses in Cells Used to Make Vaccines; and Evaluating the Potential Threat Posed by Transmission of Viruses to Humans ”Detection of latent viruses in cell substrates for vaccine safety. The urgent demand for vaccines against emerging diseases has necessitated the use of novel cell substrates. These include tumorigenic cells such as MDCK and CHO cells (for influenza virus vaccines), 293 and PER.C6 cells (for adenovirus-vectored HIV-1 and other vaccines), and tumor-derived cells such as HeLa cells (for HIV-1 vaccines).

The use of tumorigenic and tumor-derived cells is a major safety concern due to the potential presence of viruses such as retroviruses and oncogenic DNA viruses that could be associated with tumorigencity, Therefore, detection of persistent, latent DNA viruses, and endogenous retroviruses in vaccine cell substrates is important for vaccine safety, particularly in the development of live viral vaccines, where there are no or minimal virus inactivation and removal steps during vaccine manufacturing.”

COMMENT: The government KNOWS there are stray viruses in the vaccines that can cause cancer and there are NO standards or steps in place during the manufacturing process to remove them from the final solutions. Therefore, every vaccine injected into a human body is a potential hand grenades, landing on the immune system to cause destruction, including cancer. Cigarettes come with a warning label because they are known to cause more than 24 different smoking-related diseases, including cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, and 10 different forms of cancer. Vaccines should come with the same warnings since 100s of illnesses and conditions are known to be caused by these foul injections.

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