Stanford Scientist Claims Human Fetal DNA Fragments In Vaccines Cause Autism

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Dr. Theresa Deisher, a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Physiology from Stanford University has put forth a theory that human DNA fragments in vaccines could be one of the causes of autism. Deischer is a well accomplished and respected scientist. She has over 19 years of commercial biotechnology history and her research has often led to clinical trials.

“It is possible that these contaminating fragments could be incorporated into a child’s genome and disrupt normal gene function, leading to autistic phenotypes.”

Being that she’s a well-respected and incredibly accomplished scientist, she’s been somewhat left alone regarding her research into vaccines, which was done several years ago. These days, your entire life can be sabotaged for even suggesting that vaccines cause autism. Most of the current studies regarding the matter are sponsored by pharmaceutical companies. The justification of mass vaccine is, at its very core, a financial play by these mega-pharmaceutical corporations.

Most every peer reviewed study that shows any possibility of vaccines injuring people is abruptly covered up. Or, in the case of the CDC and a study showing bad effects on African Americans, just completely thrown out.

The science showing that vaccines are safe is equally matched by alternative and contradictory science. Yet, all over the world, it is considered heresy to state such. Anyone who doesn’t believe in some or all vaccines is now labeled as anti-science. This is the method used to intimidate the herd. And it works well. Silencing the opinions of those questioning vaccine safety should reveal a conspiracy on some level, at least if you apply critical thinking.

You can read Dr. Theresa Deisher’s study, in full, here.


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