Unfortunately Violet, I believe it's automatically untrustworthy, because it comes from a catholic source.The "Culture of Death" and Chicken Pox...
erck Pharmaceuticals has given new potency to the phrase "culture of death"-by deriving its new chicken pox vaccine from the cells of aborted babies. American parents, as a result, must ponder whether, as the Catholic World Report put it, "they might be preserved from chicken pox, but infected with an attitude that sees unborn babies as a useful source of spare parts." Most vaccines infect the recipient with a weakened dose of a virus, enabling the recipient's body to build up its own immunity. The chicken pox virus is grown in guinea pig cells and rendered less potent.
The weakened virus is then grown in the WI-38 and MRC-5 human cell lines. Cell lines begin with undifferentiated cells from human or animal embryos-which are both long-lasting and friendly to viruses. Division is chemically stimulated, and the resulting cultures are kept in stock. To be used for vaccines, cell lines must pass rigorous tests.
Both FDA-approved cell lines used in the Merck Varivax chicken pox vaccine originated with cells from deliberately aborted babies. MRC-5 was derived from the lung tissue of a 14-week old aborted male; WI-38 from an aborted female. Both have proven safe and stable. (The virus is named for Oka, the Japanese boy who originally contributed the chicken pox. As The Catholic World Report noted, the children who furnished the human cell lines had no names.)..............
This is horrible!!!
I too just read an article on the link between Autism and the mecury preservative used in some vaccines. Also was stated a link between pesticides and Autism. It wasn't on-line or I would post a link. I truly don't know what to think regarding the chicken pox vaccine claim. That sounds terrible.I will have to see what I can find. There are several vaccines that are made from aborted babies. I have the links with credentials somewhere...I'll have to see what I can find. My son is 9 months old and has received his vaccines so far, but he won't be receiving anymore. The 12 month vaccines have been linked to autism (mostly in little boys)...I'll see what links I can find to back that up, as well. I MIGHT let him get his 12 month vaccines when he is 3 or 4, but he is finished for the most part. Vaccinations are far more dangerous than a case of the chicken pox could be in this day and age.
BTW, I voted yes...but no. LOL