When the mRNA “vaccines” were first mentioned, some commentators mentioned the possibility of it rewriting one’s genes. At the time, it was said that so-called mRNA vaccines would not rewrite one’s genes but merely deliver instructions. And to be fair, the distinction is important.
Nevertheless, some doctors, such as Dr Sherri Tenpenny, suspected that rewriting may still occur later, amongst other concerns.
A Swedish study published on 25 February 2022 titled “Intracellular Reverse Transcription of Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine BNT162b2 In Vitro in Human Liver Cell Line” by M. Alden et al found pretty much what the title says: that it is possible this so-called mRNA vaccine rewrite genetic code in liver cells.
And in little as 6 hours after exposure.
Our study shows that BNT162b2 can be reverse transcribed to DNA in liver cell line Huh7, and this may give rise to the concern if BNT162b2-derived DNA may be integrated into the host genome and affect the integrity of genomic DNA, which may potentially mediate genotoxic side effects. At this stage, we do not know if DNA reverse transcribed from BNT162b2 is integrated into the cell genome. Further studies are needed to demonstrate the effect of BNT162b2 on genomic integrity, including whole genome sequencing of cells exposed to BNT162b2, as well as tissues from human subjects who received BNT162b2 vaccination.
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