Major Medical Journal Editor Raises Concerns about mRNA-based Vaccines

Major Medical Journal Editor Raises Concerns about mRNA-based Vaccines

On May 28, TrialSite reported on information regarding mRNA vaccine safety revealed by a freedom of information act (FOIA) request filed by a group of Canadian physicians who were concerned about COVID-19 mRNA vaccine safety. The specific safety information related to the FOIA involved the Pfizer mRNA-based vaccine known as BNT162b2 or “Comirnaty.” The FOIA documents revealed results from animal studies demonstrating that some contents of the Pfizer mRNA-based vaccine did not remain at the injection site, but instead appeared to spread widely. According to the documents, pre-clinical studies show that the mRNA-lipid nanoparticles that are wrapped around the mRNA genetic material spread throughout the body with at least a potential to concentrate in various organs. TrialSite also reported on regulatory documents that suggest (at least in their European Medicines Agency submission) Pfizer did not follow industry-standard quality management practices during preclinical toxicology studies during vaccine development, as key studies did not meet good laboratory practice (GLP). The full panel of industry-standard reproductive toxicity and genotoxicity studies were apparently also not per...

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