Connecting moms in Polk County, Fla.
No, this info didn't come from a Bigfoot or UFO site, so PLEASE don't anyone claim this is just "anti-vaccine paranoia/conspiracy theory off the internet".
This is from THEIR documents...........not ours.
Perhaps this should go a long way to answer as to why we now have skyrocketing cancer rates with children and a moutain of other chronic autoimmune diseases they also suffer, even to the point where the Cancer Barbie had to be introduced..
Cell Lines Derived from Human Tumors for Vaccine Manufacture
FDA Briefing Document
Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Meeting
September 19, 2012
This meeting of the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) is being held to discuss the use of cell lines derived from human tumors as substrates for the production of preventive viral vaccines.
Over the last decade, it has become clear that the current repertoire of cell substrates is inadequate to manufacture the next generation of viral vaccines (i.e., certain viruses cannot be propagated or grow poorly in the available cell lines). Therefore, manufacturers have submitted additional cell lines to the FDA for consideration for use in the production of viral vaccines. All of the new mammalian cell lines being considered are immortal, having been transformed by various oncogenes or are spontaneously immortalized, and some are derived from human tumors. Over the last 15 years, when new types of cell substrates have been proposed, starting in 1998, CBER has presented its review approach to the Advisory Committee to address the issues raised first by the use of immortalized mammalian cell lines and then tumorigenic cell lines. The purpose of those discussions with the Advisory Committee was to obtain their input and to make public a discussion of the issues. This current VRBPAC meeting is a continuation of this process.
Pets aren't immune from this onslaught either.
Experts even admit that vaccines are causing cancer in pets. In fact, here's a column that appeared in The Ledger by a vet who treats cancer in pets due to vaccination:
Vaccine-Induced Tumors In Cats
(Excerpts): The notion that a vaccine can cause a type of tumor is scary for cat owners. However, over the past 10 to 20 years, there has been a lot of effort by the veterinary community to decrease this risk.
Special task forces have been developed to determine the best location to vaccinate your cat, how often to vaccinate, and the safest vaccine.
You may have noticed that your veterinarian used to vaccinate your cat between the shoulder blades and now they do it on a leg or on the tail. This practice was developed to make it easier to treat a tumor if it occurred.
Vaccine-associated sarcomas can develop over weeks to years after a vaccine is administered. These tumors are thought to occur from inflammation incited by the vaccine that causes these cells to divide. The best results for tumor control occur when aggressive surgery and radiation therapy are combined. Cats that undergo this type of treatment can be tumor-free for approximately two years.
The risk of developing a tumor from a vaccine may be much less than your cat catching a deadly virus that could have been prevented with a vaccine.
Did you all know that the polio vaccines from the late-50s/early 60s contained the SV-40 Simian cancer virus which - most likely- caused the cancer in hundreds-of-thousands of vaccine recipients during that era (and probably beyond).
SV40 is an abbreviation for Simian vacuolating virus 40 or Simian virus 40, a polyomavirus that is found in both monkeys and humans. Like other polyomaviruses, SV40 is a DNA virus that has the potential to cause tumors, but most often persists as a latent infection.
SV40 became a highly controversial subject after it was revealed that millions were exposed to the virus after receiving a contaminated polio vaccine.
The virus was first identified by Dr. Bernice E. Eddy (based on a work of her and Dr. Sarah Stewart about Polyoma viruses) in 1960 in cultures of rhesus monkey kidney cells that were being used to produce polio vaccine. It was named for the effect it produced on infected green monkey cells, which developed an unusual number of vacuoles. The complete viral genome was sequenced by Walter Fiers and his team at the University of Ghent (Belgium) in 1978. The virus is dormant and is asymptomatic in Rhesus monkeys. The virus has been found in many macaque populations in the wild, where it rarely causes disease. However, in monkeys that are immunodeficient—due to, for example, infection with Simian immunodeficiency virus—SV40 acts much like the human JC and BK polyomaviruses, producing kidney disease and sometimes a demyelinating disease similar to PML. In other species, particularly hamsters, SV40 causes a variety of tumors, generally sarcomas. In rats, the oncogenic SV40 Large T-antigen was used to establish a brain tumor model for PNETs and medulloblastomas.
The molecular mechanisms by which the virus reproduces and alters cell function were previously unknown, and research into SV40 vastly increased biologists' understanding of gene expression and the regulation of cell growth.
Polio vaccine contamination
Soon after its discovery, SV40 was identified in the injected form of the polio vaccine produced between 1955 and 1961. This is believed to be due to kidney cells from infected monkeys having been used to grow the vaccine virus during production. Both the Sabin vaccine (oral, live virus) and the Salk vaccine (injectable, killed virus) were affected; the technique used to inactivate the polio virus in the Salk vaccine, by means of formaldehyde, did not reliably kill SV40.
It was difficult to detect small quantities of virus until the advent of PCR; since then, stored samples of vaccine made after 1962 have tested negative for SV40, but no samples prior to 1962 could initially be found. Then, in 1997, Herbert Ratner of Oak Park, Illinois, gave some vials of 1955 Salk vaccine to researcher Michele Carbone. Dr. Ratner, the Health Commissioner of Oak Park at the time the Salk vaccine was introduced, had kept these vials of vaccine in a refrigerator for over forty years., Upon testing this vaccine, Dr. Carbone discovered that it contained not only the SV40 strain already known to have been in the Salk vaccine (containing two 72-bp enhancers) but also the same slow-growing SV40 strain currently being found in some malignant tumors and lymphomas (containing one 72-bp enhancers). It is unknown how widespread the virus was among humans before the 1950s, though one study found that 12% of a sample of German medical students in 1952 had SV40 antibodies. Although horizontal transmission between people has been proposed, it is not clear if this actually happens and if it does, how frequently it occurs.
An analysis presented at the Vaccine Cell Substrate Conference in 2004 suggested that vaccines used in the former Soviet bloc countries, China, Japan, and Africa, could have been contaminated up to 1980, meaning that hundreds of millions more could have been exposed to the virus unknowingly.
Are there only like 3 people in Polk County who have concerns about how dangerous vaccines are?
Come on, people - - quit letting them beat up on you and your kids !!!!!