Conducted by Arifa S. Khan, PhD, the study looked at viral-based vaccines like seasonal flu shots that are made from living cells, or replicable cell substrates. As it turns out, these continual growth cells are oftentimes contaminated with hidden viral fragments that are tumorigenic in nature, meaning they have the potential to cause cancer.
These viruses tend to be latent, meaning they live "quietly" inside cells before eventually making their presence known later on down the road in the form of chronic disease. Thus, a person injected with a vaccine containing these cancer-causing viruses may not suffer the health consequences until long after he or she was jabbed – we're talking many, many years, in some cases.
"In some cases the cell lines that are used might be tumorigenic, that is, they form tumors when injected into rodents," the FDA paper clearly explains.
"Some of these tumor-forming cell lines may contain cancer-causing viruses that are not actively reproducing. Such viruses are hard to detect using standard methods. These latent, or 'quiet,' viruses pose a potential threat, since they might become active under vaccine manufacturing conditions."
Even as the medical establishment continues to insist that all vaccines are "safe and effective," these findings reiterate the fact that vaccinology, at least as we currently know it, is a total hoax. There isn't a single jab out there that's been properly safety tested against a true inert placebo, and now we know that many of them are also contaminated with disease-causing viruses.
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While this certainly isn't the type of information that would compel any of us to roll up our sleeves anytime soon, the FDA claims that it's working on new ways to activate these latent viruses before they're injected into human beings, so as to deactivate them. But why wasn't this done a long time ago before the FDA approved these vaccines?
It would seem as though the FDA is simply trying to play cleanup now that scrutiny is growing over vaccine-related health issues. The FDA knows that it bears responsibility for approving all of these deadly vaccines in the first place, and is now pretending as though it cares about vaccine safety by conducting reactionary science as opposed to the preliminary science it should have already conducted long ago.
The agency is also likely trying to look like it's doing something in response to the recent discovery of some 560 cancer genes in the human gene sequencing for GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) combination vaccine for measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella (MMRV).
The package insert for GSK's MMRV vaccine clearly reveals that this jab's four main viruses are all produced separately in either chick embryo cells (mumps and measles) or MRC-5 human diploid cells (rubella and varicella), the latter set being the identified cancer-causing culprit.
Where was the FDA in catching this danger before the independent science community did? It was nowhere to be found, of course, because the FDA is too busy going after natural plants and herbs to spend any time making sure that "mandatory" vaccines are safe for children.
All this time, vaccines containing cancer-causing viruses have continued to be injected into tiny children's bodies for their "safety," based on "science" that didn't actually exist because the FDA never bothered to conduct it, or demand that it be conducted. And now cancer rates are skyrocketing, with the FDA largely to blame.
Interestingly, the FDA is only just now taking a look at Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV) and Simian Foamy Virus (SFV), which we've long warned are another source of cancer-causing viruses.
As it turns out, some of the earliest vaccines, including the polio and smallpox vaccines, contain monkey kidney, pig, and other foreign cells that we now know are contaminated with SIV, SFV, and various other cancer-causing viruses that should have been identified long before any of these vaccines were ever approved for commercial use.
The FDA says that another investigation into the interactions of SFV and SIV in monkey models may help in identifying how these viruses are impacting humans injected with them through vaccination. Whatever the FDA uncovers with this will also reportedly affect the future of blood donation policy-making decisions.
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