18-6 Vaccines ok on temporary basis if no other moral alternative available to
fetal stem cell lines

“Parents and physicians may use the current vaccines without
immoral cooperation in abortion “on a temporary basis” when
no ethical alternative is available and “insomuch as is
necessary in order to avoid a serious risk not only for one’s
children but also…for the health conditions of the population
as a whole”.

When no other ethical alternative is available, “it is right to
abstain from using these vaccines if it can be done without
causing children, and indirectly the population as a whole, to
undergo significant risks to their health”. (2005) (renewed

18-7 CMA condemns pharma companies that participate in illicit methods to

create vaccines


that the CMA condemns the illicit cooperation in abortion by
pharmaceutical companies in the manufacturing of vaccines
and encourages the use of ethical alternatives with
opposition by all legitimate means to those vaccines with
moral problems. And be it further resolved that parents and
physicians “have a duty” to seek alternative product whenever
available and that both parents and the medical professionals
have a “grave responsibility” to call upon the vaccine
manufacturers, the FDA and government officials to make
products available as soon as possible that are not grown on
cell lines procured from abortion. (2005) (renewed 2015)