The MMRV ProQuad vaccine, made by Merck, contains DNA from at least 3 aborted human babies and blood serum from unknown blood donors

The MMRV ProQuad vaccine, made by Merck, contains DNA from at least 3 aborted human babies and blood serum from unknown blood donors. So when you or your child gets the MMRV vaccine, routinely given twice to kids on the schedule, they are being injected with other peoples DNA, which can cause health problems. It is wrong those children used for vaccine production never had a say about their fate.

The MMRV ProQuad vaccine package insert states it contains the following,

WI-38, which was developed in 1961, composed of fibroblasts derived from lung tissue of a three month old white female fetus

MRC-5, which was developed in 1965, MCR-5 cell line was derived from the lung tissue of a 14-week-old male (Britain).

RA-273, which was developed in 1964 is cultivated on WI-38, the rubella virus strain RA 27/3, was obtained from an infected aborted fetus

and Human Albumin from blood donors.

It does not state this truth about a 4th cell line developed from another aborted baby,

IMR-90 considered as an alternate for WI-38 and other standard human lung cell strains. human diploid fibroblast strain IMR-90 was derived by W.W. Nichols and associates from the lungs of a 16-week female fetus. (This can be used to substitute WI-38).



1- When vaccines are manufactured using cultures from animals, insects, plants or human tissue, it is impossible to remove DNA contaminants from the final product.

2- There is always foreign DNA contamination present in these vaccines.

3- Amounts vary from batch to batch, even within the same batch and no two batches are the same.

4- Manufacturers have been instructed to ensure the final vaccine contains less than 1 million residual animal-insect-plant-human cells and the amount of stray DNA is less than 10 ng per dose.

5- However, this is for a single vaccine, and children are injected with many.

6- There are no requirements, only guidelines, for testing to control the amount of foreign DNA in vaccines.

7- The manufacturers are free to reduce contaminants only if they wish.

-Sandy Lunoe, Former Vaccine Formulator and Now Vaccine Critic

Other vaccines contain DNA from these cell lines, if you are not sure which ones, this will help you get started and push you to do more research. It’s good to know what’s in these vaccines before offering yourself or your children to get injected with them.