What Are The Side Effects of the COVID Shots?
Ryan Cole, MD explains what they see happening in the labs. The spike protein that is being introduced by the current COVID 19 vaccines are not localised within the deltoid muscles but have now been proven to enter the blood stream, wrecking havoc on the subjects organs and immune response.
What are the potential risks after the shot? We don’t know…without that data are people able to make an informed decision on receiving the shots? The 1947 Nuremburg code requires that anyone can opt out of any health treatment without proper informed consent.
This scientist has seen a 10 to 20 fold increase in uterine cancers over the last 6 months!
COVID Shots are a Form of Gene Therapy
Posted on 01/25/2021
Late last year, the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines jabs were both licensed for emergency use only by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). As the vaccinations begin to spread among the world population, the growth of other gene therapies as a type of vaccination could increase. Institutional investors like sovereign funds and biotech venture capitalists have invested in a wide range of companies engaged in these therapies. The vaccine was able to be made quickly because researchers already constructed an mRNA platform for cancer and other vaccines under trial. mRNA technologies were developed to fight cancer. mRNA has been around for decades, but there was little need to explore it further. Moderna took the mRNA idea seriously, its name – a new word combining modified and RNA. Synthetic mRNA is much easier and quicker to produce in the lab than it is to inactivate or attenuate a virus.
Did you know there is an estimated 10^31 virus-like particles that exist on the Earth and they are present in the blood, nose, mouth, lung, vagina, gastrointestinal tract, conjunctiva, skin, and the mammalian genome?
Form of Gene Therapy
The mRNA vaccinations are a form of gene therapy, according to its definition in many parts of the world, including Europe. Gene therapies remain under strict regulation and few gene therapeutics have been approved by health authorities because of safety concerns. Some experts are less concerned with the long-term risks of the mRNA vaccines, but more concerned about the efficacy of them, as mRNA is very fragile and if not properly stored, could be destroyed. These molecules can fall apart at room temperature. mRNA is a very fragile molecule, meaning it can be destroyed very easily compared to DNA.