Corvelva links 560 cancer genes to common vaccine ingredient

Genetic Sequencing of Common Vaccine Finds Entire Male Genome from Aborted Baby

560 Genes Linked to Cancer

Immortal fetal cell lines used to manufacture vaccines (ie: WI-38 & MRC-5) have attributes that allow for continuous replication. The following link finds several genetic insertions, deletions and mutations, including 560 links to cancer within the MRC5 cell line used in vaccines:

Direct from Corvelva, an overview of the study:

Here’s a link to the actual Corvelva .pdf

“It’s estimated that a third of the population [of the United States] contains one very potent cancer virus that came in through the polio vaccines—the SV-40 virus. That’s just one shining example of one that was inadvertently picked many years ago. And it took 30 years for the medical community to embrace this fact, and speak of it in the literature, and so it’s in mainstream literature that you can find that this SV-40 virus, which came through the polio vaccines, is indeed in many people and does cause tumors, causes brain tumors, mesotheliomas… or I should say is heavily associated, in many cases, to have this virus in the tumor while the surrounding tissue is free of virus. Children’s brain tumors, 40-60% of them contain the SV-40 virus.”

— Dr. Suzanne Humphries, nephrologist and internist