TROY, Montana--(BUSINESS WIRE)--According to Norma Erickson, President of SaneVax Inc., testimony provided for a coroner’s inquest into the death of Jasmine Renata in New Zealand by Dr. Sin Hang Lee, a pathologist on the medical staff at Connecticut’s Milford Hospital, revealed the discovery of HPV DNA fragments in post-mortem samples 6 months after Gardasil® vaccination.
Dr. Lee’s testimony stated:
“The finding of these foreign DNA fragments in the post-mortem samples six months after vaccination indicates that some of the residual DNA fragments from the viral gene or plasmid injected with Gardasil® have been protected from degradation in the form of DNA-aluminum complexes in the macrophages; or via integration into the human genome.
Undegraded viral and plasmid DNA fragments are known to activate macrophages, causing them to release tumor necrosis factor, a myocardial depressant which can induce lethal shock in animals and humans.”
Dr. Lee testified, “The naked DNA in the vaccine was probably stabilized through a chemical binding between the mineral aluminum and the phosphate backbone of the double-stranded DNA.”
Dr. Lee did not claim the HPV-16 L1 gene DNA he discovered in the post-mortem blood and spleen samples was the cause of the sudden and unexplained death of the New Zealand teenager in her sleep. He noted that the full autopsy analysis had ruled out all known causes of death, and stated that his discovery presented a plausible mechanism of action that needed further investigation in all cases of unexplained deaths following Gardasil® vaccinations.
Dr. Lee’s testimony was provided via an international video link before Coroner Ian Smith in Wellington NZ at the request of the parents of the deceased girl on August 9.
Dr. Lee tested a total of 16 Gardasil® samples from around the world under contract with the non-profit organization SaneVax Inc. Five of the Gardasil® samples were distributed in New Zealand, each with a different lot number. Dr. Lee found HPV-16 L1 gene DNA fragments admixed with HPV-18 and/or HPV 11 L1 gene DNA in all samples. These HPV DNA fragments were firmly bound to the amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate (AAHS) particles used as an adjuvant in the vaccine formulation.
Dr. Lee is known for using the nested PCR/DNA sequencing technology for reliable detection and genotyping of HPV in clinical specimens. He is the author of the chapter, “Guidelines for the Use of Molecular Tests for the Detection and Genotyping of Human Papillomavirus from Clinical Specimens” in a Methods in Molecular Biology volume published by Humana Press in July 2012.
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