Source: Wise Up Journal
As of to-date the British government BBC news archives have two mentions of SV40 and over seventy articles on C class celebrity bimbo Anna Nicole Smith. The verdict seems to have been made that the public should be more informed about topics such as Anna rather than one of, if not the most, significant medical delinquencies known outside of the scientific community.
The initial BBC mention, out of two, regarding SV40 was as late as 2002. The institution released the following article on Friday midnight, the 8th of March:
“Vaccine virus ‘cancer link’
“Batches of polio vaccine tainted with ‘simian virus 40? (SV40) were given between 1955 and 1963.
“This was because monkey kidney cells were used in the jab’s production process.
“it is conceded that SV40 was present in the early vaccine – and the latest research, published in the Lancet journal, has linked it to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
“This is a cancer of the lymphatic system, which has a role in the body’s fight against infection, and affects mainly the over 40s.
“The researchers looked at hundreds of tumours taken from various cancer patients, and compared them with 68 samples taken from non-Hodgkin’s patients. They found genetic ‘footprints’ of the virus in 43% of the non-Hodgkin’s tumour cells.
“Dr Ali Gazdar, from the University of Texas, who led the research, said the results confirmed earlier research on animals which linked the virus to brain and bone cancers, and uncommon types of lung cancer and lymphoma.”
Wild Rhesus monkeys imported from Africa were used to produce the Polio vaccine given to millions of humans worldwide. This virus, which its only function is to knockout the body’s defence against cells turning cancerous, was called SV40 because it was the 40th virus listed in the African monkeys used to create the polio shot. There were two kinds of polio vaccines, the injection developed by Jonas Salk and the live polio oral vaccine developed years later by Albert Sabin, and both were infected with SV40. In hospitals and research laboratories around the world SV40 has been found in several types of human malignancies, more than the few cite above. Depending on how strong a person’s unique immune system is SV40, like some other viruses, can take years before its effects are seen. A weakened immune system can see relatively rapid developments of SV40 tumours.