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Do any vaccines contain human tissue?
First a Summary: There are 3 continous cell lines in common use for vaccine virus culture that have been derived from aborted babies. Obviously, the aborted baby bodies contained human cells. Some portion of the baby's body (I.E. lung tissue) is put into an enviroment where human cells, human at least chemically, are reproduced.

Virus is "grown" in the continous cell line. Then, whole cells are filtered out of the culture and only the virus is used in the vaccine.

Now, even if manufacturing allowed the complete filtering of the "human cells" out of the mixture, we need to ask, "What are virus?"

The common answer given by science is that virus are created when cells die and break up into 1,000 or more parts, up to 10,000 parts.

Now, what are those parts? In this case, parts of human cells, or in plain language, very small parts of human tissue. It has been pointed out, that if human tissue was injected into human beings, then there may be an immune response that is often quite radical and can easily lead to death.

This is one reason that currently there are many, many radical immune responses and these are called "an epidemic of auto immune diseases."

Three links are pasted below that give clues on the possible harmful effects that aborted fetal tissue vaccines have on the human immune system.

The second link confirms that residual human DNA is in aborted fetal tissue cultured vaccines.

The third link below mentions Plotkin, a famous vaccine researcher on the pro side of the street and an article that again shows that not all the human DNA is filtered out of aborted fetal tissue vaccines.
"Varivax (Chickenpox vaccine) "... should not be given to anyone with an immune disorder, ..."
Is aborted fetal DNA linked to autism?
By Theresa A. Deisher, Ph.D.

... Today, more than 23 vaccines are contaminated by the use of aborted fetal cells. There is no law that requires that consumers be informed that some vaccines are made using aborted fetal cells and contain residual aborted fetal DNA. While newer vaccines produced using aborted fetal cells do inform consumers, in their package inserts, that the vaccines contain contaminating DNA from the cell used to produce the vaccine, they do not identify the cells as being derived from electively aborted human fetuses. (See the Varivax—chicken pox—package insert for the presence of MRC5 residual DNA.)

In other words, they tell you what is in the vaccine, but they don’t fully inform you where it came from. The earliest aborted fetal cell-produced vaccines such as Meruvax (rubella) and MMR II do not even inform consumers that the vaccines contain contaminating DNA from the cell used to produce them. Furthermore, it is unconscionable that the public-health risk of injecting our children with residual contaminating human aborted fetal DNA has been ignored.

How could the contaminating aborted fetal DNA create problems? It creates the potential for autoimmune responses and/or inappropriate insertion into our own genomes through a process called recombination. There are groups researching the potential link between this DNA and autoimmune diseases such as juvenile (type I) diabetes, multiple sclerosis and lupus. Our organization, Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, is focused on studying the quantity, characteristics and genomic recombination of the aborted fetal DNA found in many of our vaccines.
There are also health risks associated with using human foetal tissue in vaccines, including the transference of diseases and genetic material which the foetus was carrying prior to its death. (1. Plotkin, SA, et al. Attenuation of RA 27-3 rubella virus in WI-38 human diploid cells. American Journal of Diseases of Children. Aug 1969. 118(2): 178-85.).

Vaccinating with human body parts can cause the recipient to produce antibodies to human tissue. Children produce antibodies to every component of the vaccine, and not simply the viruses. This can cause demylination of the nerves and auto-immune disorders. Children who have been vaccinated with MMR and later suffered autism have been found to have antibodies to their own brain tissue, and this may be a consequence of using foetal tissue in MMR. ‘Susana C. Silva, Catarina Correia and Astrid M. Vicente at the Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Oeiras, Portugal and colleagues studied the blood of a large sample of individuals - 171 patients, 191 parents and 54 healthy controls - and report that autistic patients are in fact characterised by presenting in their blood high levels of non-inherited antibodies against the body’s brain tissue.’ (Dr Catarina Amorim; Journal of Neuroimmunology; Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Observatório da Ciência e do Ensino Superior, Portugal; July 23, 2004).