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Vaccine Contaminated (part 2)

Glyphosate (weed killer) in Vaccines

(part 2)

By Dr. Brownstein M.D.

The Powers-That-Be, including the CDC, have insisted that vaccines are safe and effective.   On September 1, 2016, I reported to you that many common vaccines were contaminated with the carcinogenic agent glyphosate—the active ingredient in RoundUp®.  (You can read that post here: http://blog.drbrownstein.com/more-shocking-vaccine-news-common-vaccines-contaminated-with-glyphosate/).   Research scientist Anthony Samsel has been analyzing many commonly used vaccines for glyphosate contamination.

Since I reported the earlier post, Samsel has investigated more vaccines and is reporting glyphosate contamination in other commonly used vaccines.  Merck Pneumovax 23 (for pneumonia) has now been identified as having glyphosate contamination.   He also found other vaccines similarly contaminated.  MMR II (for measles, mumps, and rubella) , MMRV, and Zostervax (for shingles) were also found to contain glyphosate.

Where is this contamination coming from?  Many vaccines are made using animal tissues including bovine gelatin, porcine gelatin, egg protein, fetal bovine calf serum, bovine serum albumin, human serum albumin, bovine muscle tissue, chicken protein or other similar substrates which are used to grow a medium that supports the vaccine.

Samsel, in a  letter to his Congressman states, “I have found Glyphosate-based herbicides contamination in gelatins and egg proteins from animals fed a glyphosate contaminated diet.  Both Monsanto and Dupont have conīŦrmed the presence of Glyphosate and N-Acetylglyphosate synthetic amino acids in all animals fed a contaminated diet of these materials and including chicken eggs and milk.”

Glyphosate is widely used on crops as a weed killer. Animals that are fed crops sprayed with glyphosate will incorporate glyphosate into their amino acids.  When vaccines are manufactured using these animals, it is reasonable to expect glyphosate being present in the end product.

Great.  Vaccines are safe?  Is it safe to inject a suspected carcinogen into a human?  How come the CDC did not know many commonly used vaccines are contaminated with a weed killer?

The CDC should be all over this information.  But, typical of the CDC, the only thing I hear emanating from the CDC is the sound of crickets churping.

My medical opinion is that it is probably not wise to inject any substance that has been contaminated with glyphosate into your body.   Until the CDC proves that injecting a weed killer that is a suspected carcinogen is safe, I say, “fuggetaboutit”.

  

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