Vaccines do not contain aborted fetal tissue.
Some vaccines are made with fetal embryo fibroblast cells from cell lines that are derived (they can replicate infinitely) from two electively terminated pregnancies in the 1960s. That certainly does not mean that any vaccines contain aborted fetal tissue or fetal parts though.
The original cells aren’t even involved in making these vaccines. The cells used today have been copied, over and over again. And even then, they are removed before the final vaccine is produced.
For more information:
- Vaccine Ingredients – Fetal Tissues
- Human Cell Strains in Vaccine Development
- Vatican Statement on Vaccines Derived From Aborted Human Fetuses
- Fetal cells
- “Aborted fetal tissue ” and vaccines
- Vaccines contain no aborted fetal cells
- Vaccine Ingredients – DNA
- Descendants of human fetal cells in the making of vaccines
- Lies About Vaccine Ingredients — The Role of Fetal Cells
- Talking about Vaccines : Religious Concerns
- Religion and Vaccines
- National Catholic Bioethics Center Quote about Vaccines
- Religious Exemptions to Vaccines
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