A new scientific study conducted by Dr Peter Mccullough and other leading scientists has concluded that the Covid-19 vaccines are damaging the innate immune system, supporting evidence published by The Expose over the last few months that the fully vaccinated are developing some new form of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome induced by the Covid-19 injections.
The study titled ‘Innate Immune Suppression by SARS-CoV-2 mRNA Vaccinations: The role of G-quadruplexes, exosomes and microRNAs‘ was published on the 21st Jan 22, and presents a raft of evidence that the genetic modifications introduced by the mRNA Covid-19 vaccines have diverse consequences to human health.
These include but are not limited to –
- a potentially direct causal link to neurodegenerative disease;
- immune thrombocytopenia;
- Bell’s palsy;
- liver disease;
- impaired adaptive immunity;
- increased production or formation of a tumour or tumours;
- and DNA damage
Dr Peter Mccullough, who conducted the study alongside Dr Anthony Kyriakopoulos, Dr Greg Nigh, and Dr Stephenie Sennef, also provides evidence from adverse event reports made to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) to support their conclusions.
The group of scientists explore in their paper the scientific literature which suggests that vaccination with a Covid-19 mRNA vaccine initiates a set of biological events that are not only different from those induced by natural infection but are in several ways counter-productive to both short and long term immune system performance and normal cellular function.
Mccullough and co. also state that the Covid-19 injections have now been shown to “down regulate critical pathways related to cancer surveillance, infection control, and cellular homeostasis. They introduce into the body highly modified genetic material”.