Analysis has found traces of glyphosate, a chemical ingredient included in Monsanto’s Roundup and quite a few different herbicides, in vaccines.
Moms Across America got the preliminary screening results from Microbe Inotech Laboratories Inc. of St. Louis, Missouri, which indicate that DTaP Adacel (Sanofi Pasteur) vaccine contained 0.123 ppb, HepB Energix-B (Glaxo Smith Kline) 0.325, Influenza Fluvirin (Novaris) 0.331 ppb, and Pneumococcal Vax Polyvalent Pneumovax 23, (Merck) had 0.107 ppb of glyphosate.
Dr. William Thomas related the MMR II (Merck) vaccine to autism, and this vaccine was found to have up to 25 times higher levels of this chemical than the other vaccines. Later, numerous other additional tests confirmed these findings.
Earlier this year, Zen Honeycut from Moms Across America sent vaccines to an independent laboratory for testing as“vaccines contain many ingredients which could be genetically modified.
80% of GMO products are genetically engineered to withstand glyphosate-based herbicides and glyphosate is allowed on 160 non-organic food and feed crops by the EPA. We wondered if glyphosate could be contaminating not only our water, urine, breast milk, food, soil, beer, and wine, but our vaccines as well.”
Back in september this year, Moms Across America has sent a letter to the FDA, NIH, EPA, CDC, California Department of Health, and Senator Boxer, demanding to make it a priority to examine vaccines for glyphosate, to recall contaminated vaccines, and for the EPA to cancel the license of glyphosate in order to prevent further contamination.
Honeycutt states, “And in the meantime, we call upon our lawmakers to rescind the mandate which forces parents to vaccinate their child in order to attend school, in light of extraordinary new evidence. We were shocked to find the presence of glyphosate in all five of the vaccines and to find that the contamination of glyphosate has extended into our medical treatments.
The fact is that the CDC, vaccine makers and our regulatory agencies should have been testing for herbicide/pesticide contamination 40 years ago before they started spraying these chemicals on our food and feed crops. If anyone questions these results we ask them to test.”
The tests were done using the Elisa method, which scientists believe to be the only effective as a screening method only, but not as accurate as HPLC-mass spectrometry. According to Honeycutt, they have requested numerous laboratories to evaluate additional vaccines for glyphosate in the last two months, but they were not able to test them.
After the MAA’s findings, one independent expert conducted the needed tests and found glyphosate in vaccines.
A week ago, the data was sent to Senator Sheehan, NIH, the FDA, major media, elected government officials, but no one responded.