New study finds autism linked to fetal-contaminated vaccines
As the incidence of autism has tripled since 2000, the Centers for Disease Control has denied any connections with vaccines, but one researcher says a new study backs up a little-known theory for the vaccine-autism link: that the rise in autism is due not to the use of metals in developing vaccines, but to the use of human fetal cell lines.
Theresa Deisher, the founder of Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute in Seattle, says it's time for the CDC to wake up and look at all the data linking the autism hike to vaccines, especially Sound Choice’s new study showing a strong association between child autism and vaccines against chickenpox and Hepatitis A.
“Not only are the human fetal-contaminated vaccines associated with autistic disorder throughout the world, but also with epidemic childhood leukemia and lymphomas,” Deisher declared in a news release.
She added that there are “a large number of publications” linking the HERV retrovirus “with childhood lymphoma,” and that widely-used chickenpox and Hepatitis A vaccines “manufactured with the fetal cell line WI-38 are contaminated with this retrovirus.”
Deisher’s team studied data from the United States, the United Kingdom, Denmark, and Western Australia and found that the big increases in the diagnoses of autism started in the early 1990s after the introduction of several vaccines containing human fetal DNA and retroviruses, and again after the expanded use of these vaccines.
Human fetal tissue is used to grow vaccines, says Katie Doan, the lead researcher on the study, because it triggers fewer auto-immune responses in the recipients than animal tissue.
But Doan told LifeSiteNews it is impossible to use fetal DNA without contamination with broken DNA strands, despite efforts at purification. When these are injected into children they can combine with the recipients’ genes to trigger autism, she explained.
Why does the CDC urge calm—or, some would say, complacency? Because it denies any actual increase. Though the CDC reports autism incidence increased from one in 150 American children in 2000 to one in 50 in 2013, they claim that what has grown is awareness, and hence the frequency of its diagnosis, as well as the growth of the diagnosis now called “autism spectrum disorders” (ASD) to include more and more conditions.
This belief is reinforced by a recent Australian synthesis of autism studies around the world showing virtually no increase since 1990. Instead the study states that the increase in ASD diagnoses results from reclassification of behaviors previously associated with mental illness and other conditions.
But the Sound Choice study factored out increased awareness by concentrating on one of the narrowest, oldest, and best-known components of ASD called infantile autism, whose criteria have remain unchanged.
It also addressed another prominent explanation for the increase in autism diagnoses, which does accept that autism itself is really on the rise, but attributes it to the increasing age of fathers (and therefore the increasing incidence of defective DNA in offspring).
But the data on aging paternity does not match the increase in autism, whereas the increase in fetal-DNA contaminated vaccines does.
Autism is caused by a combination of factors, with about half comprising genetic defects either generated during development of the unborn child or inherited from parents, including auto-immune deficiencies and mutations.
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While the CDC rejects any link between vaccines and autism, late last month one of its scientists admitted that in 2004 a CDC research team deliberately omitted data from a study indicating just such a link. Senior epidemiologist William Thompson admitted data showing a correlation between the MMR vaccine and autism was deliberately left out of the study. “I regret that my coauthors and I omitted statistically significant information,” he said.
But the CDC does no research on any autism-vaccine link and according to Doan has lately ceased reporting annual vaccination numbers that would enable further research.
“The CDC has known for decades about the dangers of insertional mutagenesis by using fetal cell lines and yet they chose to ignore it,” asserted Deisher. “These discoveries should generate an immediate investigation by [Federal Drug Administration] officials if not an outright ban on the use of fetal cell lines as subtrates for vaccine production.”
Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute is a non-profit arm of Dr. Deisher’s AVM Biotech, which develops products and methods to improve the effectiveness of adult stem cell treatments, in conformity with Catholic moral teaching.