Kathy Petersen’s Blog

Human Diploid Tissue

Posted in abortion, autism by Kathy on May 15, 2008

What is this? It’s tissue from aborted fetuses that are used to make or grow vaccines. Read more about it here.

Vaccines for Hepatitis A, chicken pox, and Measles-Mumps-Rubella are all made from it (links are to package inserts). See this site for links to more vaccine package inserts.

This is one of my many problems with vaccines. Aside from the ethical issue (which is huge to me), there is the whole scientific, biological issue of injecting cells or cell fragments from one human into another, or from an animal into a human. Take a look at the ingredients in most vaccines, and you’ll probably find that they’re grown in tissues taken from monkeys, cows, or eggs. Ethical issues aside, the monkey part scares me more than the rest, because of all the diseases that they’re bound to have, and I know I’ve read of terrible viruses that have been discovered in monkeys, and can only imagine what they might do once injected inside the human body. They’re discovering new viruses all the time — how can they be sure one of these currently unknown viruses isn’t in your child’s vaccine? It’s been a few years since I’ve researched this, but I remember one of the vaccines that uses cows proclaimed that they only used cows that were from countries that were certified free from mad-cow disease. That’s comforting — but not near enough. And the eggs — aren’t children younger than 1 year of age supposed to avoid egg whites, because of potential for getting future allergies? Yet it’s being injected into them?

Back to the MMR vaccine for a minute, though. It’s the vaccine that most people associate with autism, because it is after receiving this shot about the age of 18 months, that most children who have autism start showing symptoms. Doctors who believe there is no connection dismiss this as coincidence. Those who believe there is a connection blame mercury. But what if it is the vaccine itself? What if it’s the human cells or DNA or pieces of cells that are still in the vaccine, that screw up these kids’ brains? Certainly, not everybody is affected by it — but then, not everybody is allergic to ragweed, either. But, what if….? What if….

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  1. asdmommy said, on May 15, 2008 at 2:22 am

    Hello. Actually the MMR vaccine does not and did not contain thimerosal. It’s the live viruses in the MMR vaccine that most people believe are the issue (at least, those of us who believe vaccines and autism are related). In theory, some kids’ immune systems are not prepared to handle the assault of three live viruses and then react to that assault. I absolutely believe it played a role in my son’s autism, but don’t see it as the ultimate cause. The theory for my son is that he has an underlying autoimmune disorder and that the vaccine caused a mitochondrial disorder as well. Thus resulting in autism (along with other little Murphy’s Law things that went wrong, I’m oversimplifying here).

    It’s scary stuff, for sure. And yes, the flu shot he had his first two years (cooked in chicken eggs), definitely gave him his egg allergies – he’s never had an egg in his life and has a severe allergy.

    Again, scary stuff! Wish I had known then what I know now!

  2. Tricia said, on February 22, 2010 at 7:13 pm

    I think it is great what you are doing. Vaccines are in no doubt harming our society. I am on a mission as well to spread the word. Check out Dr. Andrew Moulden’s website http://www.BrainGuardMD.com.
    Thanks!

  3. Sylvie de Malle said, on May 25, 2010 at 5:56 am

    what scientific proof to you have to back up your rant?
    vaccinating as been going on for longer than most people realise. have you looked at the amount of people that are vaccinated without adverse events and compare it to the small amount that do.
    have you looked at the nasty effects of naturally aquired infection? getting the illness itself has far greater risks than the vaccination. ive seen grown men with young children die from the chicken pox, this could have been avoided with simple vaccination.
    there has been no documented link related to vaccination and autism.

    • Kathy said, on May 25, 2010 at 3:05 pm

      I ask questions; I don’t need scientific proof. However, I did provide a link in the article to at least one documented link between vaccination and autism. And, yes, I have looked at the “nasty effects of naturally acquired infection.” I had chicken pox when I was 12 and don’t recommend waiting that long to get it. The “grown men with young children” who hadn’t had naturally-acquired chicken pox as children themselves (which gives lifelong immunity) and who subsequently died from chicken pox would be good candidates for being vaccinated. That doesn’t apply to children, who are better off to get chicken pox and then get lifelong immunity. Most of these diseases, like measles, mumps, rubella, and chicken pox, are mild in children while are harder in adolescents and potentially dangerous or deadly in adults. Yet we’re vaccinating children which may wear off when the children get to the age where diseases can cause serious and even deadly problems.

      Has there been any study looking at two similar groups of children who have and who have not been vaccinated, to see what the rates of autism are in the two groups?

  4. Darlene D. said, on September 8, 2014 at 4:40 pm

    Does the term “diploid pox” mean anything to you? I ask because I am plagued with skin eruptions that are very similar to pox. Itchy bumps rise to the surface of the skin and when they surface, they weep clear liquid for about a week or so and create a small crater on my skin until they heal. That takes several weeks.
    Sometimes these bumps are solitary, but often they are in pairs. They have appeared, at one time or another, all over my body. Scalp, legs, elbows, arms, feet, even in-between my fingers and toes. This has been going on for 2-3 years now. The doctors just scratch their heads and offer me prednisone. I am 63 yrs. old.

    Now, the reason I ask about diploid pox, is because I’ve been praying to God to provide an answer. This term, “diploid pox” keeps going thru my mind, for a couple of weeks now, and I can’t help but feel I need to follow this direction. Call me crazy, but perhaps the Great Physician has some healthy revelation in the midst of the craziness of modern medicine!
    Any feedback would be welcome. Thank you


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