• New Preprint Study Identifies Potential ‘Off-Switch’ For mRNA COVID-19 Injections

    June 21, 2024
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    new preprint study, "Strategic Deactivation of mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines: New Applications for RIBOTACs and siRNA Therapy" claims to have found a way to undo the harm caused by covid shots.

    The study by Nicolas Hulscher, Peter A. McCullough, and Diane E. Marotta looked at emerging concerns over the systemic distribution of mRNA vaccines in the body, and how that leads to prolonged inflammatory responses and other safety concerns.

    "The stability of mRNA vaccines, their pervasive distribution, and the longevity of the encapsulated mRNA along with unlimited production of the damaging and potentially lethal Spike (S) protein call for strategies to mitigate potential adverse effects," the study says.

    The scientists explored the potential of use of small interfering RNA (siRNA) and ribonuclease targeting chimeras (RIBOTACs) as promising solutions to target, inactivate, and degrade residual and persistent vaccine mRNA, which should prevent uncontrolled Spike protein production and reduce toxicity.

    The targeted nature of siRNA and RIBOTACs allows for precise intervention, offering a path to prevent and mitigate adverse events of mRNA-based therapies, according to the study.

    The paper calls for further research into siRNA and RIBOTAC applications as potential antidotes and detoxication products for mRNA vaccine technology.

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