Virus Enzyme Found in MMR Vaccine

Virus Enzyme Found in MMR Vaccine

BACK TO THE FUTURE: Following is an article from TVR’s historical archives published in the November/December 1995 print edition. 

Swiss scientists have reported finding an enzyme, reverse transcriptase, in the live measles and mumps vaccine, which has been traced back to chickens whose cells are used to create the vaccines.1 Reverse transcriptase (RT), which copies RNA into DNA, has also been detected in yellow fever and some influenza vaccines prepared in chicken embryo cells.

Scientists Puzzled

RT activity is associated with the presence of retroviruses, a class of viruses that can permanently alter the genes of the cells they infect. AIDS is a retrovirus. Scientists at Merck & Co., the US manufacturer of MMR vaccine, are reportedly trying to find out where the RT came from. One possibility is that the RT activity in MMR vaccine signals the presence of an avian leucosis virus (AVL), a retrovirus that infects some birds and can cause a leukemia-like illness.

Another possibility is that the chickens used to make the vaccine carry RT coding genes derived from retroviruses that infected the species tens of thousands of years ago.

CDC Says to Keep Vaccinating

The RT activity in MMR vaccine was detected by Swiss scientists using advanced testing technology called product-enhanced reverse transcriptase (PERT). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) responded to the report in the Dec. 9, 1995 Washington Post2 about the Swiss discovery by stating that, “The World Health Organization has reviewed these findings and has concluded that these vaccines should continue to be used to prevent the diseases against which they are directed.”

The CDC maintained that, “The likeliest explanation for finding reverse transcriptase activity is that, in the distant past, an avian retrovirus integrated itself into the ancestors of the chickens that laid the eggs that were used to produce the chick embryo fibroblasts used for vaccine production… However, studies to date have not detected any evidence of a virus which can be transmitted to and replicate in humans.”

Do Chicken Viruses Belong in Humans? Independent researchers have started to express concern that using animal tissues for production of human vaccines, especially live vaccines such as MMR and polio, could be facilitating the inter-species transfer of viral infection from animals into man causing as yet undetected and unevaluated negative health effects on humans. Of particular concern is the fact that transfer of the whole animal virus into man does not have to take place in order for latent viral infection and genetic change to occur. If portions (genes) of animal viruses are introduced into humans, they have the potential to interact differently with each individual’s immune system and DNA and cause disease

Learn more about this topic:

Tsang SX, Switzer WM et al. Evidence of Avian Leukosis Virus Subgroup E and Endogenous Avian Virus in Measles and Mumps Vaccines Derived from Chicken Cells: Investigation of Transmission to Vaccine Recipients. J Virol 1999; 73(7): 5843-5851.

Johnson JA, Heneine W. Characterization of Endogenous Avian Leukosis Viruses in Chicken Embryonic Fibroblast Substrates Used in Producing Measles and Mumps Vaccines. J Virol 2001; 75(8): 3605-3612.

Hussain AI, Johnson JA et al. Identification and Characterization of Avian Retroviruses in Chicken Embryo-Derived Yellow Fever Vaccines: Investigation of Transmission to Vaccine Recipients. J Virol 2003; 77(2): 1105-1111.

Rubin H. The early history of tumor virology: Rous, RIF, and RAV. Proc Natl Acad Sci 2011; 108(35): 14389-14396.

Birmingham CL, Dupont D et al. Detection of Avian Retroviruses in Vaccines by Amplification on DF-1 Cells with Immunostaining and Fluorescent Product-Enhanced Reverse Transcriptase Endpoint Methods. J Clin Microbiol 2013; 51(5): 1496-1504.


References:

1 Bast Boni J, Stalder J et al. Detection of reverse transcriptase activity in live attenuated virus vaccines. Clinical and Diagnostic Virology 1995; 5(1): 43-53.
2 Brown D. Unexplained Protein Found in Measles-Mumps Vaccine. The Washington Post Dec. 9, 1995.

8 Responses to "Virus Enzyme Found in MMR Vaccine"

  1. Merlene Robinson-CoverCNA CCMA,RN-Student   November 29, 2018 at 1:47 am

    I am at a loss-for words here because I am currently taking Microbiology and my book said”MMR” is not live-vac.

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    • Dr Alan I   December 4, 2018 at 2:48 am

      Historically, in the year of 1917 to be exact, John D. Rockefeller Sr., Andrew Carnegie, and J.P. Morgan began to take over all of the “teaching” hospitals of medicine. By the late 30’s to early 40’s they had complete control of what was published in the medical text books and hence what was actually taught in “western” medical universities.

      If you really desire to know the truth it will sadly, not be from the dribble in the textbooks you are currently reading. You WILL need to “step outside the box” and learn it on your own from this web site and others like this (another that I can think of instantly is the Weston A. Price Foundation web site).

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  2. Jay   November 29, 2018 at 2:27 am

    Scientists Puzzled!! Not surprised. Seems Barbara is too. AIDS in not a virus! Regardless, RT was thought to be a unique property of HIV when Robert Gallo was doing his closed lab, non-reproduceable, non-peer reviewed study of the retrovirus LAV he “borrowed” from Luc Montagnier, which finally was dubbed HIV. It is not. All RNA viruses share that property. But during Nixons Cancer Virus Program (1971 – 1976+-) in which many CDC scientists and others were involved in studying retro-viruses, also known as associated or passenger virus, as the catalyst of aneuploidy in cells, it did not pan out. The Rous chicken virus, an RNA retrovirus, has been believed to cause benign tumors in chickens and the thought was, possibly they could in humans. Doesn’t happen. The project ended. No huge funding forthcoming for CDC/NCI etc…

    “Of particular concern is the fact that transfer of the whole animal virus into man does not have to take place in order for latent viral infection and genetic change to occur.”
    There is no such thing as latent viral infection when referencing retroviruses. Anthony Fauci would like you to believe there is. No, they are harmless and the human body makes and discards millions of them everyday. They are RNA viruses so small as to be incredibly hard to isolate. Thats why CDC embraced PCR detection which is not verification of any whole endogenous virus but can find tiny fragments of RNA and DNA from many different pathogens indicating past infections, or just cellular debris. HIV under Gallo or anyone else since, has never been isolated in the classical sense of finding millions of whole viral particles in the blood during infection. Or passed Kochs Postulates. And real DNA virus (HPV, HSV, flu) infect the host typically within 5 to 10 days with tell tale symptoms, and, destroy the cells to replicate. But that disrupted Gallos claim of a latent virus, a retrovirus, causing the complete destruction of the human immune system, or at least that was the lie in the mid to late 1980’s. Can’t happen. AZT, a banned chemo drug from the 60’s deemed “too toxic for treatment” however did destroy the immune system and killed many gay men who took it in the first years of, “HIV – The Virus That Causes AIDS” – We’re all going to die” campaign in full swing by 1985. Nope RNA viruses are likely harmless between species as they are harmless to the host.

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  3. Dorothy   November 29, 2018 at 3:30 am

    “CDC Says to Keep Vaccinating” after scientists reported finding an enzyme, reverse transcriptase, in the live measles and mumps vaccine. The enzyme is associated with the presence of retroviruses, a class of viruses that can permanently alter the genes of the cells they infect. AIDS is a retrovirus.

    Romaine Lettuce was contaminated. CDC told Americans throw it away and to clean refrigerators where romaine had been stored. At that time, no deaths had been reported.

    I understand taking the lettuce off the market and cleaning away the e-coli, but why is everything taken so seriously, except deaths and illnesses possibly related to vaccines?

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  4. Jeanne   November 29, 2018 at 10:21 am

    Poison

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  5. INGRID C DURDEN   November 29, 2018 at 6:38 pm

    Merlene, it is easy to look up on Wikipedia. Obviously your text book is wrong. Here it is :
    The MMR vaccine is a mixture of live weakened viruses of the three diseases. The MMR vaccine was developed by Maurice Hilleman. It was licensed for use by Merck in 1971. Stand alone measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines had been previously licensed in 1963, 1967, and 1969 respectively.
    MMR vaccine – Wikipedia
    The schools for medicine obviously teach their students wrong. Sad.

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  6. Diane   December 3, 2018 at 7:40 am

    Anthony Williams (Medical Medium) has already stated this in his book. There are a whole host of viruses out there now due to vaccines and eggs from the chickens.

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  7. EVELYN N. YGLESIAS   December 9, 2018 at 12:08 pm

    Why would anyone trust the A.M.A. , F.D.A., C.D.C., U.S.D.A. and big pharma? What have they done for the average American ? They have given us- the highest infant deaths mortality. No liability for vaccine injury , the vaccine court (a joke), makes U.S. tax payers pay settlements, they do no testing or reporting to congress ( no quality control for 32 years. ) the sickest generation ever, the first generation not to outlive there parents. autism, doing nothing for the outbreak of autism. not to mention constantly working against our immune system & the whole opiod thing .

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