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Covid vaccines and your DNA: What the science tells us (and what it doesn’t)
Recently, I reported on a new court case alleging that the mRNA Covid vaccines contain unlicenced genetically modified organisms (GMOs) which have the capacity to enter the cell nucleus and alter the recipient’s DNA. In the article, ‘Australian GP sues Pfizer and Moderna over unapproved GMOs in mRNA Covid vaccines’, I refer to three studies referenced in the case materials in support of this claim.
I sent the studies to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) to ask if they had seen them, and if they intended to update date their official vaccine advice to reflect emerging findings.
I also asked Kevin McKernan, a genomics expert who discovered synthetic DNA contamination in the mRNA vaccines, what scientists should do next to prove or disprove the hypothesis that Covid vaccines contain elements that can enter the nucleus and alter DNA.
Find out what the TGA had to say, and what Kevin McKernan recommends as next steps, in my new article for Umbrella News:
If we learn anything from this article, it is that we are witnessing a complete inversion of the precautionary principle, which suggests that if there is potential for harm, caution should be exercised.
Regulators say there is ‘no evidence’ of all manner of safety concerns with the Covid drugs, but rarely (if ever?) offer evidence to disprove the concerns. Empty ‘debunks’ relying on expert opinion and undone science are a tacit admission that the regulators have flipped the onus of proof of safety onto the public, who must now prove harm before the regulator will act.
Moving at the speed of science which, until Pfizer rebranded it, was notoriously slow, it will be years until the range of potential harms can be properly assessed.
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