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Many people have a conscientious objection to getting the COVID vaccine because of the use of fetal cells.
Not many are conscientious about other products that have used cell lines from aborted babies.
Debi Vinnedge: "These cell lines are sitting there waiting to be used. They're in science labs all over the country."
Nestlé food, for example, uses flavor enhancers from the biotech company Senomyx, which uses the fetal cell line HEK–293, derived from the kidney of a baby girl aborted in 1973. Nestle's coffee creamers, instant soups, bouillon cubes, ketchup and instant noodles contain artificial flavors tested with these cells.
Certain cosmetics contain cell debris from skin tissue of an aborted baby boy.
Various vaccines use fetal cells in their testing and production.
Debi Vinnedge: "Like the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine; chicken pox vaccine; one of the shingles vaccines; Hepatitis A vaccines; some of the polio."
Legitimate questions are raised about DNA fragments in vaccines assimilating into one's own DNA.
Debi Vinnedge: "When you're getting some of these vaccines that are produced using human DNA, there's a real concern that that DNA can insert itself and cause autoimmune disorders in the vaccine recipient."
Certain vaccines, food products and cosmetics do use the cells of aborted babies, creating a serious moral challenge for people of goodwill.
Children of God for Life is an organization doing much of the important work of uncovering fetal body parts and cell lines of aborted babies in consumer products. For more information visit cogforlife.org.