Ben Sweet and Maurice Hilleman, two of the biggest names in vaccinology, identified SV40 in 1960.
Types of cancers caused by SV40 include mesothelioma, a rare form of cancer that affects the lining of the lungs; breast cancer, brain tumors; and bone cancers. The link between SV40 and these cancers is well-documented, but the question now is does the virus continue to be present in some vaccines today? And if so, what are the long-term consequences of exposure?
Today, there is no evidence that SV40 is present in any polio vaccine currently being used. However, given the fact that it took years for the truth about this virus to come to light, it is impossible to say for certain that other vaccines may not also be contaminated. This is a serious concern that deserves further investigation. In the meantime, we must do everything we can to protect ourselves and our families from these potential
Weird note; in the Planet of the Apes, it was the Simian Flu Pandemic that killed off all but a few humans and left the apes in charge.
There is still much unknown about the long-term consequences of exposure to SV40, but the potential for developing cancer is a serious concern. Additionally, exposure to the virus may also increase the risk for other diseases, such as autoimmune disorders and infertility. The best way to protect yourself and your family from these risks is to be informed and make thoughtful decisions about which vaccines you receive. Speak with your doctor and do your own
research to make the best decision for your health.
Frequently asked questions:
Is SV40 contagious?
Evidence suggests that it can be transmitted from person to person through horizontal transmission.
What is horizontal transmission?
Horizontal transmission is the transfer of a virus or other pathogen from one individual to another without going through an intermediate host, vector, or reservoir.
Do all people who are exposed to SV40 develop cancer?
No, not everyone who is exposed to SV40 will develop cancer. However, those who do develop cancer may have a higher risk for certain types of cancer, such as mesothelioma, breast cancer, brain tumors, and bone cancers.
Is there a cure for SV40?
There is no known cure for SV40. However, there are treatments available for those who develop cancer as a result of exposure to the virus. Treatment options will vary depending on the type of cancer and the stage at which it is diagnosed.
Do we need to be worried about this virus?
Yes, SV40 is a serious concern and deserves further investigation. In the meantime, it is important to be informed about the risks associated with exposure to the virus and make thoughtful decisions about which vaccines you receive. Speak with your doctor and do your own research to make the best decision for your health.
What can I do to protect myself from this virus?
There is no sure way to prevent exposure to SV40. However, you can reduce your risk by being thoughtful about which vaccines you receive. Speak with your doctor and do your own research to make the best decision for your health. Additionally, you can take steps to boost your immune system and reduce your overall cancer risk.
Disclaimer: This blog post is not intended to provide medical advice. Please speak with your doctor if you have questions or concerns about SV40 or any other health issue.
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