A list of vaccine excipients released by the CDC provides information on some of the most toxic ingredients that major pharmaceutical companies use in the production of vaccines. With the FDA and CDC insisting on the safety of these vaccines, larger pharmaceutical companies continue to use these ingredients to cash in on their products, while ignoring public safety.
Heavily laden vaccines of infected animal cells
The CDC list includes a series of excipients that use various Vero cells taken from animal hosts. These cells have undergone a thorough examination as several clinical studies have raised concerns about possible infection. An excipient found in the polio vaccine, for example, contains African green monkey cells. Vero cells taken from this monkey species are known to be infected with Simian Virus 40, a DNA tumor virus associated with the onset of different types of cancer. Further analyzes also revealed that the virus has a slow archetypal strain that drug manufacturers and regulators have failed to monitor. The use of this infected vaccine excipient resulted in a significant increase in cancer rates since the 60s.
Also an Rotavirus vaccine has been infected with the use of this excipient. A 2010 study published in the Journal of Virology found that the rotavirus vaccine contains a live simian virus, with researchers noting 96% certainty. Another study confirmed the presence of an endogenous baboon virus in the same vaccine. The findings appear in the Advances in Virology journal.
It was also feared that infected cells taken from sick monkeys would contaminate a smallpox vaccine. Hazard statements for the above vaccine include a range of adverse health conditions such as heart disease, blindness and encephalitis.
Bovine serum is another potentially lethal excipient found mainly in MMR and rotavirus vaccines. The inclusion of this excipient in vaccines has raised concerns about Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) contamination. While several health agencies - including the World Health Organization, the CDC and the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration - have dismissed this claim, there have been documented cases of CJD infection in humans in the UK. These cases have been associated with the ingestion of mad cow infected products.
Experts also raised concerns about the use of porcine cells in vaccine production. Un rotavirus vaccine it was withdrawn a few years ago after regulators found it contained very high levels of porcine circovirus 1. The vaccine contained over 100.000 circovirus 1 DNA molecules on each dose. However, how the virus directly affects humans remains uncertain, which makes it even more puzzling.
Pharmaceutical companies deliberately add carcinogens, neurotoxins to vaccines