Tag Archives: aborted fetal DNA

SCPI Autism Study Press Release

Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute’s (SCPI) founder and lead scientist, Dr Theresa Deisher, presented their ongoing study into the possible link between aborted fetal DNA in several childhood immunizations with Autism and Austim Spectrum Disorder (ASD) at the International Meeting for Autism Research in Philadelphia, PA May 20-22, 2010.

SCPI Autism Abstract

Computational Detection of Homologous Recombination Hotspots in X-Chromosome Autism Associated Genes Abstract Friday, May 21, 2010 Franklin Hall B Level 4 (Philadelphia Marriott Downtown) 11:00 AM A. Ard , University of Portland, Portland, OR M. LaMadrid , Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, Seattle, WA S. Bwabye , Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, Seattle, WA K. Koyama ,

EPA study correlates to aborted fetal DNA/autism link

American Life League has joined Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute in calling for a Fair Labeling and Informed Consent Act after a 2010 study by the Environmental Protection Agency confirmed 1988 as a “change point” in the rise of Autism Disorder rates.

SCPI newsletter further research into the autism/aborted fetal DNA link

Read the Sound Choice April 2010 Newsletter

SCPI Newsletter: More on autism-aborted fetal DNA link

Read the Sound Choice December 2009 Newsletter

SCPI study: Is Aborted Fetal DNA linked to autism?

Read the Sound Choice June 2009 Newsletter

Aborted Fetal Cell Transplant Produces tumor in ill boy

For over 10 years we have read how scientists have shamelessly preyed upon the suffering and their families in hope of cures for debilitating diseases. Yet despite the fact that every aborted fetal transplant has produced nightmarish results, including death, they are allowed to proceed, not just abroad but in the US…

Holy See Sets Bioethics Standards for Research and Aborted Fetal Vaccines

In a statement written on September 8th and released December 12th, 2008, the Holy See clarified a number of issues in biomedical research and their application to family life that have been hotbeds of contention for decades.