HEK-293 - Senomyx - Food Flavourings

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HEK-293 - Senomyx - Food Flavourings

#1 Post by Marina » 1 month ago

HEK-293 is the name of a pre-born but aborted child, murdered in 1973.

The helpless child was afforded no right-to-life and it's kidney's were harvested as if this baby was nothing more than a crop.

Thereafter, the tissues from the baby's harvested kidneys was used to clone 'immortal cells' which are used to develop food flavourings.

Murdered baby HEK-293 is not the flavouring itself, but HEK-293's cloned immortal cells are used in various applications, one of which is to help mimic taste-receptor cells in the development of new flavourings.

Senomyx, a biotechnology company, has patents appearing to relate to using HEK-293 cells in developing flavourings.

As of July 2019 Coca Cola confirmed
The Coca Cola Company confirmed after publication of an article on HEK-293 and Senomyx, that it does not use any products from Senomyx. Also it does not use any flavourings developed using HEK-293 cells in any of its products.

Big companies realise there is something wrong using these cells in development. You've got to ask yourself, why are all companies not so bothered about murdered baby HEK-293?

Do you think it could have anything to do with money and power?

Even Coke, Campbell’s, KraftHeinz are careful to distance themselves from what went on in relation to this baby in 1973.

https://fullfact.org/online/HEK-293-cells/

https://www.christianforums.com/threads ... s.7547864/
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Re: HEK-293 - Senomyx - Food Flavourings

#2 Post by Bobcat » 1 month ago

Here is the Wikipedia article on HEK-293. Of specific interest for this thread is the "Bioethics" sub-section (here).

Reference footnote # 2 is noteworthy as it discusses the origin of the fetal tissue (albeit, briefly). Apparently, there is some question about whether the original fetal tissue was from an elective abortion or a spontaneous miscarriage.

Based on the discussion in the Wikipedia article, the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine used some of this derived technology. Not the actual fetal tissue, but the material that has been derived from it over the last 50 years.


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Re: HEK-293 - Senomyx - Food Flavourings

#3 Post by Marina » 1 month ago

When an English speaking mother is pregnant she does not usually refer to her baby as a fetus. She refers to him or her as her child or baby. Often she will cuddly and hug her tummy and the husband will stroke her tummy. The entire family might even talk to her tummy, hoping the growing baby might hear or pick up the love it will encounter when it is born.

It's the family's baby not their fetus.
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