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Study: mRNA Vaccine Can Trigger MS

A Brazilian paper by G.T.T. Moretti et al titled “Multiple sclerosis and optic neuritis triggered by COVID-19 mRNA” posted on 1 January 2024 describes two cases. The paper is merely three pages long.

The first case

…is a young female, 25 years old, previously asymptomatic, one week after the ChAdOx1 Vaccine (OXFORD), presented with right hemiparesis (IV-), fatigue, pain in the lower limbs, gait disturbances, alterations superficial sensory, C6 level, and neurogenic bladder symptoms. … The brain and spinal cord MRIs were obtained three weeks after vaccination and two weeks after the first symptoms. The brain and whole spine MRI demonstrated multiple hyperintense lesions, supra and infratentorial, some acute, gadolinium positive, and much more chronic, fulfilling diagnostic criteria for multiple sclerosis. [Fig. 1] (1A,1B,1C).

The second case

…is an 8-year-old Caucasian male; 12 days after the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, the patient complained of bilateral visual blurring. A neuroophthalmologist evaluated the patient with right papilledema. [Fig. 1] (1F). … The brain MRI was obtained three weeks after the vaccine; the brain MRI imaging showed three small acute hyperintense lesions without contrast enhancement (white arrow). [Fig. 1] (1D,1E).

Although the paper describes merely two cases, it is evidence that the so-called vaccine can trigger neurological conditions. I am not a medical professional but this involves the brain and central nervous system, hardly a minor issue compared to a sore arm for a day or two.

Fig. 1A, 1B, 1C: Case 1 – Fig. 1D, 1E, 1F: Case 2.
Fig. 1A, 1B, 1C: Case 1 – Fig. 1D, 1E, 1F: Case 2.

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