The World Council for Health (“WCH”) Health and Science Committee recently published a paper on the potential harms of the mRNA platform used in covid “vaccines.” The authors of the paper found that the mRNA platform is fundamentally inappropriate for use and was never proven to be safe for any “vaccine.”
The paper was authored by three researchers, one of whom was Dr. Tess Lawrie, and was published in Multidisciplinary Scientific Journal on 17 April 2023.
“We did this review,” Dr. Lawrie explained, “because we wanted to see what research had been done to demonstrate the safety of this very unusual ‘vaccine’ platform prior to its utility and mass administration aimed at preventing covid infection and transmission.”
Before giving or taking a brand-new drug that uses an unusual technology it’s reasonable to ask: “What is the evidence base to support the use of this unusual technology and what potential harms may be associated with it?” To answer this question, the researchers looked at what had been published in the scientific literature. The paper gathered and evaluated the foundational research that led to the launch of this new technology. To the researchers’ knowledge, it is the first review of its kind.
The review focuses on the mRNA platform and does not consider the potential harms caused by the other components of the covid “vaccines.”
“We found that there was no evidence prior to global deployment to suggest that the covid ‘vaccines’ developed, using an mRNA platform, would be safe,” Dr. Lawrie said.
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