Complete Human Genome DNA Found in Contaminated MMR Vaccine by Italian Researchers
Italian scientists from an organization called Corvelva have published results from their testing of the Priorix Tetra vaccine (Measles-Mumps-Rubella-Varicella – MMRV) produced by GlaxoSmithKline.
Their report claims that DNA re-sequencing testing shows that the MMRV vaccine produced from cell line MRC-5 (of fetal origin) had an entire human genome with all the chromosomes of a male individual.
The human reference genome was found to be matched by 99.76% reads from vaccine DNA, that means nearly in all its entirety. The human fetal DNA presented in this vaccine is a single entire genome, that means the vaccine contains genomic DNA with all the chromosomes of a male individual (in fact MRC-5 originates from a male fetus).
The researchers claim that variants of this human genomic DNA that were found in the Priorix lot for the MMRV vaccine have been found in “genes involved in cancer.”
Injecting our children with human fetal DNA contaminants bears the risk of causing two well-established pathologies:
- Insertional mutagenesis: fetal human DNA incorporates into the child’s DNA causing mutations. Gene therapy using small fragment homologous recombination has demonstrated that as low as 1.9 ng/ml of DNA fragments results in insertion into the genome of stem cells in 100% of mice injected. The levels of human fetal DNA fragments in our children after vaccination with MMR, Varivax (chickenpox) or Hepatitis A containing vaccines reach levels beyond 1.9 ng/ml.
- Autoimmune disease: fetal human DNA triggers a child’s immune system to attack his/her own body.