DNA-contaminated vaccines correlate with austism
Statistical data from the U.S. and around the world shows a strong correlation between human DNA-contaminated vaccines (introduced in the U.S. in 1979) and autism. The Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology published some of this information in September, 2014: Article
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Autism continues to increase in America. In 1979, the rate of autism disorder (AD) was about 1 in 5,000. The CDC’s estimate for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) for 2010 is 1 in 68 children in America. and classic autism disorder (AD) is probably about 1 in 200.
In 1979, we began vaccinating 1-year-olds with human DNA-contaminated MMRII, replacing old supplies of the animal-based vaccine. There was an upswing in the number of cases of autism in 1980, and the rate continued to rise. In the late 1980’s, there was a very defined increase in the number of cases of autism. From 1987-1989, three things happened: A second dose of MMRII was added to the U.S. vaccination schedule, to be given anytime between 28 days after the first dose up to a recommended age of 4; a compliance campaign doubled the MMR coverage for children born from 1987-1989; and DNA-contaminated Poliovax was introduced in 1987, given in three doses in the first few months of life. In 1995, again, the rate of increase in autism rose sharply, corresponding with introduction of Varivax vaccine for chickenpox. Varivax is heavily contaminated with human DNA. Diagnostic standards were not relaxed during this time, although they were enhanced with more examples.
Autism Rates Soaring
DNA Fragments in Vaccines
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis is higher-functioning than Autism Disorder (AD). The Center for Disease Control’s published rate for 2010 autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is 1 in 68, and 1 in 42 for boys. www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/data.html, http://www.autismspeaks.org/what-autism/facts-about-autism.
A more recent release from the CDC estimates 1 in 50 children aged 6 to 17 in 2011/2012 are ASD.
Higher- functioning “autistic spectrum disorder” (ASD) children receive Special Education in the U.S; some (but not nearly all) eventually progress to become capable of independent living as adults. The number of people having the more severe Autism Disorder (AD) in the U.S. has increased very dramatically, and is now upwards of 1 in 200. Link: http://soundchoice.org/autism
DNA from Human Source
A hidden and little-known component of many modern day vaccines is human DNA of three aborted babies, whose cell lines have been kept alive. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is the building block of life. DNA gives the body instructions on how to make the specific cells and body parts which make each person unique. Every person has their own, unique DNA which is inherited from their parents.. Injection of DNA from another human is known in to pose health risks such as mutations, and causing the body to have immune attacks against itself (autoimmune disease). Surprisingly, the Federal Drug Administration has never conducted the proper safety studies regarding the presence of human DNA in vaccines.
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DNA Can Insert and Disrupt the Nervous System
The areas on the gene where the recombination of DNA takes place are called “hotspots.” Most of the exchange of DNA occurs in the intron section of the gene, but a small percentage of the hotspots occur in the exon area. Exons are very important because they code for the production of proteins.
Of all human genes (about 20,000), only around 300 genes are known to be associated with autism. If an individual has more of these genes, they are more likely to be autistic. Interestingly, of the 300 autism-associated genes, there are more hotspots located on the exons (areas coding for proteins) than on the intron section. The proteins are what build our bodies and keep them functioning, including our nervous system. Most genes have hotspots in the introns. The function of the exons is considered much more important. Of the group of genes
associated with autism, the discovery of hotspots located in the exons sets these genes apart as being very unique. It means insertion of foreign DNA could potentially cause significant mutations. This may explain why autism occurs.
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Boys are more vulnerable to chromosomal damage and resulting autism because nerve cell to nerve cell communication genes are clustered on the X chromosome. Boys only have one copy of this, while girls have two. (Boys have XY chromosomes in each cell; girls have XX chromosomes in each cell. The missing leg of the “X” makes it a “Y” with just one copy on the bottom leg.) If damage occurs in this section, boys do not have an extra template of genetic information with which to correct it. This may explain why boys are five times more likely to develop regressive autism than girls.
Video Clip: Why are Boys more Affected by Autism than Girls?
Chromosomal damage causes disease and physical symptoms and likely, autism. For example, the genes NLGN3 and NLGN4 are two autism-associated genes which code for nerve cells and have hotspots located in the exons. These cells normally bind with the neurexin of neighboring cells to communicate. But if improper DNA is inserted in a NLGN3 or 4 hotspot, the cell won’t bind with the neurexin of the neighboring cell and as a result, this nerve cell won’t be able to pass signals along to the line of nerve cells. Laboratory experiments have shown that when NLGN is disrupted in mice, they develop autism-like symptoms.
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Sound Choice Pharmaceutical laboratory in Seattle has conducted experiments untaking foreign DNA into the nucleus of human cells at a rate of 0.2%. Each vial of Varivax vaccine which is injected into babies contains about a trillion pieces of small, insertable DNA strands.
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Changepoints: Austim Increases
How Much DNA?
How Mutations Occur
Boys have more Autism
DNA Insertion into Nucleus
Genes Associated w/Autism