DNA vaccine notice would be required

A Minnesota lawmaker wants patients to be told if a doctor plans to administer a human DNA-based vaccination.

Rep. Laura Brod, R-New Prague, said studies suggest than stem-cell-based vaccines may be linked to rising autism levels.

“The science suggests that transferring a vaccine with foreign human DNA into a child or adult could have unforeseen consequences, and because of this, patients should be aware if they’re being injected with a product containing aborted fetal DNA and cellular debris,” Brod said.

Brod has introduced a bill to require any DNA-based vaccine to be labeled as “derived from or manufactured using electively aborted human fetal or embryonic tissue.”

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