31 Issues L. & Med. 221 (2016)
Insertional Mutagenesis and Autoimmunity Induced Disease Caused by Human Fetal and Retroviral Residual Toxins in Vaccines

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   Insertional Mutagenesis and

Autoimmunity Induced Disease

         Caused by Human Fetal

         and Retroviral Residual

              Toxins in Vaccines
 Peter Jarzyna, Ph.D.,* Ngoc V Doan, B.S.,* Theresa A. Deisher, Ph.D.*


                           Objectives
    *  Understand vaccine manufacturing and cell substrate residual contaminant
       levels.
    *  Gain knowledge regarding species specific insertional mutagenesis and au-
       toimmunity
    *  Understand the relationship of these pathological processes to current child-
       hood disease epidemics including autistic disorder, leukemia, lymphoma,
       intellectual disability, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
                          Introduction

Major concern of vaccination regarding childhood diseases in terms of
Insertional Mutagenesis and Autoimmunity
    The potential consequences of injecting our children with human fetal DNA con-
taminants include two well-established pathologies:
    1) Insertional mutagenesis in which fetal DNA incorporates into the child's DNA
causing mutations.
    2) Autoimmune disease triggered by the human fetal DNA in vaccines leading a
child's immune system to attack his or her own body






   * Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute


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