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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Vaccines Safe? Don't Be So Quick to Believe it, Expert Says!

Scientist and Stem Cell Expert Says Don't Be So Quick to Believe Vaccines Are Safe

"Dr. Theresa Deisher is no stranger to science, research, and ethics. She holds a PhD in Molecular and Cellular Physiology from Stanford University and has spent over 20 years in commercial biotechnology before founding Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute (SCPI), which promotes consumer awareness about the widespread use of electively aborted fetal material in drug discovery, development, and commercialization.....

"'We took on the task to develop alternative vaccines from a moral and philosophical perspective. In reading about vaccines one cannot miss the vaccine autism controversy. What was striking is that several scientific articles whose purpose was to refute any link, actually demonstrated a very strong association. That association was between autism rates and the use of fetal manufactured vaccines. Therefore, we undertook a survey of as many countries as possible where autism and vaccine information was accessible and accurate. Across decades and across continents there is an association between the use of fetal manufactured vaccines and autism.'"

Read the complete article. What this demonstrates to me is that you cannot flaunt God and expect good to come from it. Developing vaccines from material that comes from breaking God's law against murdering the innocent can never be beneficial to humanity. And, in fact, we are seeing the results in vaccine damage. The FDA, of course, which is loaded with "experts" who move back and forth between government and Big Pharma, does not have the common good as a primary goal. Once again, it is just as likely to be the bottom line that comes first.

Developing new medicines is an expensive proposition and there are certainly moral and ethical researchers out there who DO CARE about the good of humanity. Just don't be too quick to think every person called Doctor or with lots of letters after his/her name is really concerned about the good of you and your family.

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