New findings by a group of geneticists indicate that there is contamination in mRNA vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) due to the presence of replicable DNA, called plasmids, that exceed the requirements of the European Medicines Agency and the U.S. FDA. Of particular concern is that these plasmids, which are not contaminants but rather Pfizer ingredients, can change the human DNA by introducing new components.
AGC Biologics, one of the top manufacturers of biological agents and gene therapies in the industry, announced on June 7, 2021, that they were the supplier of plasmid DNA for the manufacturing of the BioNTech/Pfizer mRNA vaccines. The plasmid DNA is used for applications including transfection, which involves the insertion of genetic materials into cells, sequencing, clones, restriction digestion, and PCR. The main purpose of plasmid DNA is to help with the integration of new genetic material into a human being, which can be viral genetic material, genetic material from other species, or bacterial genetic material.
This discovery of DNA contamination in mRNA vaccines, especially replicable DNA that can change the human genetic make-up, raises serious concerns about the safety and efficacy of these vaccines. People who have received the mRNA vaccines may be at risk of DNA alteration, and they may also pose a risk to others around them who have not been vaccinated. There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that the mRNA vaccines have serious adverse effects, including myocarditis, blood clots, Guillain-Barré syndrome, and other autoimmune disorders.
Moreover, the mRNA vaccines are experimental and have not been fully tested for long-term safety and efficacy. The clinical trials for these vaccines were rushed, and the regulatory authorities have granted emergency use authorization based on incomplete data. The long-term effects of mRNA vaccines are unknown, and there are concerns that they may cause chronic health problems, including infertility, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases.
The mRNA vaccines have also been associated with vaccine breakthrough cases, which occur when a vaccinated person contracts the disease that the vaccine is supposed to prevent. This suggests that the mRNA vaccines may not be as effective as advertised, and that they may not provide long-lasting immunity. There are concerns that the mRNA vaccines may also increase the risk of viral mutations, as they can create selective pressure on the virus to mutate in response to the vaccine. This may lead to the emergence of more virulent strains that can evade the immune system.
Given these serious concerns, it is essential that people have the freedom to choose whether to receive the mRNA vaccines or not. Medical decisions should be based on informed consent, which requires full disclosure of the risks and benefits of any medical intervention. People should have access to unbiased information about the mRNA vaccines, including their ingredients, adverse effects, and long-term safety and efficacy. They should be able to make an informed decision based on their own health status, medical history, and personal values.
It is also essential that people have the freedom to express their concerns about the mRNA vaccines without fear of censorship or reprisals. The public debate about the mRNA vaccines should be open, transparent, and respectful. People should be able to voice their opinions, ask questions, and engage in critical thinking without being labeled as anti-vaxxers or conspiracy theorists. The mRNA vaccines are a complex issue that requires a nuanced and evidence-based discussion.
The discovery of DNA contamination in mRNA vaccines raises serious concerns about the safety and efficacy of these vaccines. People who have received the mRNA vaccines may be at risk of DNA alteration, and they may pose a risk to others around them who have not been vaccinated. It is essential that people have the freedom to choose whether to receive the mRNA vaccines or not, based on informed consent and unbiased information.