From: Mark Probert-Drew on
On Apr 22, 1:56 am, "john" <nos...(a)> wrote:

An anti-abortion group.

I read the study, and lo and behold...not one word about autism being
linked. Also, they never mentions abortions.

This group are known liars.

Like John.

> Washington, DC ( -- A new study conducted by the Environmental
> Protection Agency shows a correlation between the use of cells from babies
> in abortions in vaccines to an increase in autism rates. The study provides
> another problem from pro-life advocates who are already concerned about the
> abortion-vaccine tie.
> The study, published in February in the publication Environmental Science &
> Technology, confirms 1988 as a "change point" in the rise of Autism Disorder
> rate.
> "Although the debate about the nature of increasing autism continues, the
> potential for this increase to be real and involve exogenous environmental
> stressors exists," the study says.
> The 1988 date is significant because, as pro-life blogger Jill Stanek notes,
> the Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute indicates that's when the Advisory
> Committee on Immunization Practices added a second dose of the MMR vaccine,
> containing fetal cells from aborted babies, to its recommendations.
> The study found two other change point dates: 1981, two years after MMRII
> was approved in the United States with fetal cells, and 1995, when SCPI says
> the chickenpox vaccine using aborted cells was approved.
> Jim Sedlak, vice president of American Life League, said today that his
> group is joining SCPI in calling for a Fair Labeling and Informed Consent
> Act to let people know of this link and the use of cells from babies
> victimized by abortion.
> "For years the evidence has pointed toward the link between vaccines using
> DNA from aborted babies and the rise of Autism Disorder rates," he said.
> "Parents need and deserve to know the risks associated with vaccinations
> made from lines derived from the bodies of aborted children."
> "While the pharmaceutical industry ignores the evidence and continues to put
> our children at risk," Sound Choice is conducting studies on the impact of
> residual human fetal DNA in vaccines on the brain development and autism in
> children, Sedlak continued.
> Stanek also commented on the new developments.
> "I've always read it was mercury in vaccines that was implicated in autism,
> although many studies state this isn't true," she said, noted SCPI debunks
> the idea.
> "The conspiracy theorist in me wonders if the same sort of ideological
> culprits we see covering up the abortion-breast cancer link are also
> involved here. This would be a huge, huge blow to embryonic stem cell
> experimentation, for instance. That, and/or big pharma sees huge class
> action lawsuits on the horizon if this is proven," Stanek added.
> "That virus-laden DNA of aborted babies could be wreaking havoc on the DNA
> of healthy children is completely plausible," she said.
> SCPI will present their studies at the International Society for Autism
> Research in May 2010.
> Related web sites:
> Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute:http://www.soundchoice.organd