Medical experts defending radical mRNA technologies used to induce human cells to create a foreign “spike protein” at a genetic level, have claimed since 2020 that the technology does not itself alter human genes.

Some have questioned those assertions since the beginning.

But a new study provides perhaps the clearest evidence yet that COVID mRNA treatments from Pfizer and Moderna, deceptively marketed as substantially the same as traditional vaccines, are capable of changing human genes.

The study, titled “Sequencing of bivalent Moderna and Pfizer mRNA vaccines reveals nanogram to microgram quantities of expression vector dsDNA per dose,” was published as a preprint article on 10 April 2023.

It did not directly study human evidence of gene changes, though it noted other work which pointed to problematic indications.

Instead, the study conducted sophisticated genetic analysis of bivalent vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna.

These were vaccines released to the public in 2022 to purportedly provide protection against serious illness from two different strains of COVID.  

The study found indications in the vaccines of DNA changes that would be consistent with how the vaccines could induce genetic changes in human tissue.

Authors Kevin McKernan, Yvonne Helbert, Liam T. Kane, Stephen McLaughlin of Massachusetts based Medicinal Genomics noted in a discussion section of the paper, concerning their findings:

“There has been a healthy debate about the capacity for SARs-CoV-2 to integrate into the human genome(Zhang et al. 2021). This work has inspired questions regarding the capacity for the mRNA vaccines to also genome integrate. Such an event would require LINE-1 driven reverse transcription of the mRNA into DNA as described by Alden et al. (Alden et al. 2022). dsDNA contamination of sequence encoding the spike protein wouldn’t require LINE-1 for Reverse Transcription and the presence of an SV40 nuclear localization signal in Pfizer’s vaccine vector would further increase the odds of integration. This work does not present evidence of genome integration but does underscore that LINE-1 activity is not required given the dsDNA levels in these vaccines. The nuclear localization of these vectors should also be verified.”

The research referred to other studies that showed prolonged presence of vaccine mRNA in breast milk that should not be the case—but that might be explained if the vaccines contained a “dsDNA plasmid” that could alter human genes:

“Several studies have made note of prolonged presence of vaccine mRNA in breast milk and plasma (Bansal et al. 2021; Hanna et al. 2022; Castruita et al. 2023). This could be the result of the stability of N1-methylpseudouridine (m1Ψ) in the mRNA of the vaccine. Nance et al. depict a vaccine mRNA synthesis method that utilizes a dsDNA plasmid that is first amplified in E.coli prior to an in-vitro T7 polymerase synthesis of vaccine mRNA (Nance and Meier 2021). Failure to remove this DNA could result in the injection of spike encoded nucleic acids more stable than the modified RNA. The EMA has stated limits at 330ng/mg of DNA to RNA (Josephson 2020-11-19). The FDA has issued guidance for under 10ng/dose in vaccines (Sheng-Fowler et al. 2009).

Residual injected DNA can result in type I interferon responses and can increase the potential for DNA integration(Ulrich-Lewis et al. 2022).” 

Dr. Peter McCullough, a leading medical critic of the mRNA based treatments pushed and mandated on human populations around the world during the COVID War, commented on 12 April concerning the new study:

BREAKING–McKernan et al, Pfizer vaccine “DNA was deeply sequenced using two different methods” Worrisome levels of reverse coded DNA plasmids in Pfizer potentially could insert into human genome.  Needs investigation.  #courageousdiscourse

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