Merck Dr. Maurice Hilleman admits on record vaccines contain AIDS and cancer viruses derived from diseased monkeys

By Mike Adams, Natural News

if you haven’t yet realized the truth about how vaccines contain hidden cancer viruses, prepare yourself to be shocked by the admission you’re about to hear. Decades ago, one of the most prominent vaccine scientists in the history of the vaccine industry — a Merck scientist — made a recording where he openly admitted that vaccines given to Americans were contaminated with leukemia and cancer viruses.

In hearing this admission, his colleagues (who are also recorded here) break into laughter and seem to think it’s hilarious. They then suggest that because these vaccines are first tested in Russia, their side effects will help the U.S. win the Olympics because the Russian athletes will all be “loaded down with tumors.”

For the record, this is the same vaccine that was given to tens of millions of Americans and promoted by the government. To this day, people still carry these hidden cancer viruses which have proven to be a boon to the cancer industry.

Why vaccine scientists lie to the public

The presence of SV40 cancer viruses in vaccines isn’t some conspiracy theory, by the way: these are the words of a top Merck scientist who probably had no idea that his recording would be widely heard across the internet one day. He probably thought this conversation would remain a secret forever. When asked why this didn’t get out to the press, he replied “Obviously you don’t go out, this is a scientific affair within the scientific community.”

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Iran unveils 12 domestically produced medicines

TEHRAN – Iran unveiled 12 types of domestically produced medicines, including nine anti-cancer drugs, during a ceremony held at Pardis Technology Park in Tehran on Sunday. 

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and a number of other officials attended the ceremony.
According to ISNA, Bortezomib, Cytarabine, Capecitabine, Erlotinib, Vorinostat, and Irinotecan are some of the drugs which were unveiled.
Health Minister Mohammad Hassan Tariqat-Monfared told the ceremony that Iran was previously importing the nine anti-cancer drugs at a cost of 2 trillion rials (more than 80 million dollars) but it has now succeeded in producing these medicines at home by spending just 20,000 rials (over 800,000 dollars) on medical research.
He also said that Iranian researchers had succeeded in producing an influenza vaccine in the country.
In addition, President Ahmadinejad delivered a speech during the ceremony and said that only six countries were able to produce the influenza vaccine.
Ahmadinejad also defended his administration’s performance in the areas of science and technology over the past eight years.
Source: Tehran Times

Cuba crée quatre vaccins contre le cancer : une leçon aux firmes pharmaceutiques.

Que Cuba ait déjà développé quatre vaccins contre différents types de cancer est sans doute une nouvelle importante pour l’Humanité (1), si nous tenons compte que, selon l’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé, chaque année meurent dans le monde, par cette maladie, environ 8 millions de personnes (2). Toutefois, les grands moyens internationaux l’ont ignorée presque complètement.

En 2012 Cuba brevetait le premier vaccin thérapeutique contre le cancer du poumon au niveau mondial, la CIMAVAX-EGF (3). ET en janvier 2013 on annonçait secondement, le Racotumomab (4). Des essais cliniques dans 86 pays démontrent que ces vaccins, bien qu’ils ne traitent pas la maladie, obtiennent la réduction des tumeurs et permettent une étape stable de la maladie, en augmentant l’esperance et la qualité de vie.

Le Centre d’Immunologie Moléculaire de La Havane, appartenant à l’État cubain, est le créateur de tous ces vaccins. Déjà en 1985 a été développé le vaccin de la méningite B (5), unique dans le monde, et plus tard d’autres, comme celles qui combattent l’hépatite B ou la dengue (6). En outre, il fait des recherches depuis des années pour développer un vaccin contre le VIH-SIDA (7). Un autre centre étatique cubain, les laboratoires LABIOFAM, développe des médicaments homéopathiques aussi contre le cancer : c’est le cas du VIDATOX, élaboré à partir du venin du scorpion bleu (8).

Cuba exporte ces produits pharmaceutiques à 26 pays, et participe dans des sociétés mixtes en Chine, au Canada et l’Espagne (9). Tout ceci casse complètement un stéréotype très étendu, renforcé par le silence médiatique sur les avances du Cuba et d’autres pays du Sud : selon lequel la recherche médico-pharmaceutique d’avant-garde se produit seulement dans les pays appelés « développés ». Continue reading

Russia halts imports of Monsanto corn over cancer fears

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Russian authorities temporary suspended the import and sale of Monsanto’s genetically-modified corn after a French study suggested it may be linked to cancer.

The Russia’s consumer-rights regulator Rospotrebnadzor asked scientists at the country’s Institute of Nutrition to review the study. The watchdog has also contacted to European Commission’s Directorate General for Health & Consumers to explain the EU’s position on GM corn.

The report prepared by France’s University of Caen and published last week, claimed that rats fed over a two-year period with Monsanto’s genetically modified NK603 corn, developed more tumors and other pathologies than a test group fed with regular corn. The NK603, sold under the Roundup label, is genetically engineered to withstand glyphosate weed killer.

The company criticized the study, saying it “doesn’t meet minimum acceptable standards for this type of scientific research” and the data was incomplete.

Monsanto also said Russia’s ban will have little effect on its business as the country import small volumes of corn from the US. Besides that, the Russian government doesn’t permit farmers to plant GM crops. “Russia is a net exporter of grain, so the actual impact of their temporary suspension, if any, is likely to be small,” the spokesman said in a statement. Continue reading