A recent expert panel has called for an immediate halt to the use of novel COVID-19 mRNA injections due to concerns over DNA contamination found in Pfizer and Moderna vials.
The World Council for Health (WCH) hosted a four-hour-long discussion on October 9, focusing on DNA impurities and the presence of a genetic sequence contamination known as the SV-40 promoter.
Genomics expert Kevin McKernan initially discovered this contamination, and his findings have been corroborated by international labs. The WCH emphasizes that the SV-40 promoter serves no constructive purpose and poses a cancer risk. Furthermore, it may lead to permanent genetic modification in recipients and potentially their offspring.
Toxicologist and molecular biologist Janci Lindsay warned of potential intergenerational effects lasting up to two generations. The release from the WCH emphasizes the lack of formal and transparent assessment of risks by regulators, highlighting the importance of informed consent.
Cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough, a scientific advisor to the WCH, characterized the COVID-19 vaccine campaign as a biological disaster. The panel discussed serious implications including disease, death, transmission, and intergenerational inheritance.
Despite these concerns, Canada’s regulatory agency continues to endorse mRNA injections for all Canadians aged six months and older. This endorsement has raised questions about biomedical ethics, particularly the precautionary principle of “first, do no harm.”
The urgent call for a moratorium underscores the need for a thorough reevaluation of the risks associated with these novel mRNA products. It is crucial to prioritize public safety and informed consent in the face of these potentially far-reaching consequences.