Is there a link between autism and ab...

Is there a link between autism and aborted fetal DNA in vaccines?

There are 5 comments on the CulpeperNews.com, Culpeper, VA story from Dec 7, 2010, titled Is there a link between autism and aborted fetal DNA in vaccines?. In it, CulpeperNews.com, Culpeper, VA reports that:

Dr. Theresa "Tracy" Deisher is a Stanford-trained molecular scientist and cell physiologist with a dozen or so patents on her resume.

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#1 Dec 7, 2010
Those cells lines were obtained in the 1960's. No new fetal tissue is needed to produce cell lines to make these vaccines, now or in the future. After processing, very little, if any, of that tissue remains in the vaccine.
There is no aborted fetal tissue itself in the vaccine.
Jake

United States

#3 Dec 7, 2010
Raymond wrote:

There are two facets here.
Either you listen to the molecular scientist and her theory or you listen to a freaking divorcee vaccine pusher naming herself Friend. Friend of evil it seems.
You have got to shut up and listen to the others sometimes. No wonder why you were dumped in your marriage.

Your bias is palpable. As well, sounds like you were already in the NOT vaccinate camp before this new theory came to light, which further detracts from your personal attack on her. Just exactly how do you know she is divorced or is that just more ad hominem sexist nonsense?

I've seen a child die of pneumonia from measles, and autism although now a celebrity crusade is not deadly. Why not wait to see if this theory pans out before beating the drum of "I told you so"!
Jake

United States

#5 Dec 7, 2010
Ray, you are a button pusher all right, and a non-scientific one at that...your surmise to link the vaccine as the cause of death is not due to autism...anecdotal suspicion is NOT proof...for you maybe but for one who doesn't even trust the medical community you again only seek evidence for opinion you already consider fact...wonderful...this is not your forum...try one where school yard name calling are the credentials, then you're in the right place. Until then I will wait till the Phd actually does her research.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Apr 10, 2011
The hypothesis is interesting. I think I'll follow it up. Its not the first concern I've read concerning foreign DNA in vaccines. For anyone who thinks vaccines are pristine, flawless medicine needs to search vac ingredients, and vac side effects.
Vaccines DO cause autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#7 Aug 18, 2013
friend wrote:
Those cells lines were obtained in the 1960's. No new fetal tissue is needed to produce cell lines to make these vaccines, now or in the future. After processing, very little, if any, of that tissue remains in the vaccine.
There is no aborted fetal tissue itself in the vaccine.
Misinfo with no links. Typical friend plopaganda

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