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Use of Fetal Cells for COVID Vaccine

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Use of Fetal Cells for COVID Vaccine

There has been a lot of misinformation spread nationally about whether or not the COVID vaccines contain fetal cells or if fetal cells were used in the development of them.  This might have resulted in some people refusing a vaccine based on false information, or passing along information as fact when the opposite was true.  A well-researched document about this has been compiled by North Dakota Health.  It is an easy read that goes over the rumors and states the facts, with links to factual sites to back up what is said.  Knowing the facts about fetal cells use, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops stated, “…being vaccinated can be an act of charity that serves the common good.”  The Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission has also deemed the vaccines as morally acceptable.  The article also helps you understand how the cells are used and reviews the backgrounds of each individual vaccine that has been offered here in the U.S.  It is an excellent read for the facts.  Paragon Orthopedics Center encourages you to click below to educate yourself, then educate your friends and family  Let’s get the facts out there.
COVID-19_Vaccine_Fetal_Cell_Handout.pdf

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