DNA Modification


Could mRNA Vaccines Permanently Alter DNA?
Recent Science Suggests They Might.

April 8, 2021

This piece from Children's Health Defense discusses research from Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology that suggests that coronavirus RNAs can undergo a process known as reverse transcription, where the RNA code becomes permanently integrated into a person's DNA structure.

This has huge implications for the coronavirus mRNA 'vaccines'. Promoters of the shots have been quick to say that this will not happen; however, one might note that these are many of the same people who told us that the virus could not be transferred between humans, that we only needed 15 days of lockdown to "flatten the curve", that it was safer to stay indoors, that cloth masks could somehow trap the virus, that PCR testing is reliable, and that the 'vaccines' have a 95% success rate and were better than natural immunity.

For more on the potential for permanent DNA changes, see also: Worse Than The Disease

Update: June 19, 2022

A study from Sweden verifies that the Pfizer mRNA injections can permanently modify the patient's DNA within 6 hours.

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