Autism Epidemic, Is Foreign DNA in MMR II Vaccine Responsible?
CBCD Suggests CDC Study Microcompetition Theory
The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD) believes
that the cause of the epidemic is the foreign DNA in the MMR II vaccine.
The CDC's latest report on Autism says, "More children than ever before are
being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Like the many families
living with ASDs, CDC considers ASDs an important public health concern." 
Autism rates have gone up by 25% in just two years. In fact, the latest CDC
report marks a 78% increase since its first report on Autism in 2007. Experts
call it an epidemic. The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD)
believes that the cause of the epidemic is the foreign DNA in the MMR II
The CDC must be aware of the existence of foreign DNA in the MMR II vaccine.
However, the CDC may be unaware of the relationship between foreign DNA and
Autism as explained by the Microcompetition theory.
The CDC is aware of the public demand to find the cause of the epidemic.
According to the CDC, "The CDC knows that people want answers to what is causing
the increase in the number of children identified with ASDs and so do we."
The CBCD urges CDC officials to become familiar with the Microcompetition
theory as described in Dr. Hanan Polansky's "Purple Book," which has been
available as a free public access download from the CBCD website since 2003.
"At first, I wish to congratulate Dr. Hanan Polansky for his scientific
bravery to take such a unique, novel approach to further stimulate our
understanding of the origin and establishment of chronic diseases. The
philosophy underscored is an excellent one ... The amazing correlation between
theoretical predictions and observed in vivo effects seem to bring us a step
closer to a deeper understanding of such complex biologic processes," said Dr.
Sivasubramanian Baskar, PhD, a Senior Scientist at the National Cancer
A better understanding of the theory may lead to better policies to curb the
As mentioned above, the MMR II vaccine contains foreign DNA fragments. The
MMR II vaccine is given to infants 12 months of age or older, with a second dose
usually given around age four or five right before starting school. Perhaps not
so coincidentally, this is also usually the time that the majority of Autism
diagnoses are made.
Surely, the CDC knows that information regarding DNA fragments contaminating
the MMR II is available to the public as a download from the FDA's website .
One can download the vaccine package insert for the MMR II vaccine written by
Merck Co., Inc. which shows that Fetal cell line Wistar RA 27/3, Fetal
cell line WI-38, and genetically engineered human albumin are all used in the
The CBCD believes that the current purification processes cannot completely
filter all foreign DNA plasmids used in the process of manufacturing the MMR II
vaccine. Therefore, some foreign DNA fragments end up being injected into
"The MMR II vaccine is contaminated with human DNA from the cell line in
which the rubella virus is grown. This human DNA could be the cause of the
spikes in incidence. An additional increased spike in incidence of autism
occurred in 1995 when the chicken pox vaccine was grown in human fetal tissue,"
wrote Dr. Helen Ratajczak, Ph.D. in support of this belief. She published two
papers regarding this subject in the Journal of Immunotoxicology. (Merck and
Co., Inc., 2001; Breuer, 2003).
Microcompetition between the foreign DNA fragments injected into infants
through the MMR II vaccine and the child's own DNA could be the biological
mechanism linking the MMR II vaccine to Autism.
With the above information in mind, the CBCD especially encourages the CDC
and NHS to conduct research into this area and fund studies to either confirm or
deny the CBCD's suspicions.
The CBCD also encourages CDC, NHS, and FDA officials, as well as virologists,
biologists, geneticists, scientists, physicians and the public to obtain a copy
of Dr. Hanan Polansky's book and read it.
The CBCD endorses Dr. Polansky's theory and invites family doctors,
pediatricians, scientists, the media, and the public to contact us on this
For more information on the Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease, or to
schedule an interview with Dr. Polansky, please visit http://www.cbcd.net
or call 585-250-9999.