A recent study has revealed the presence of COVID-19 vaccine components in patients who passed away within a month of receiving their vaccination. Specifically, samples taken from the hearts of three individuals who succumbed within 30 days of a Pfizer shot tested positive for messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA).
Additionally, eight bilateral axillary lymph node samples from individuals who died within the same timeframe after receiving either a Moderna or Pfizer vaccine also showed positive results. It is worth noting that both Moderna and Pfizer vaccines utilize mRNA technology.
Dr. James Stone, affiliated with the departments of pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, commented on the findings, stating, “The vaccine can persist for up to 30 days, including in the heart.”
However, no vaccine components were detected in the liver, spleen, or mediastinal lymph nodes. This aligns with preclinical rodent studies which found vaccine components in the liver and spleen. No vaccine components were found in tissues from unvaccinated patients.
Although the patients who had mRNA detected in their hearts did not exhibit myocarditis, they did show signs of detectable heart injuries, as indicated by the researchers. Dr. Stone, one of the authors of the paper, noted, “There is no indication as yet that the vaccine in the heart is causing any problems in these patients; neither the causes of death nor the causes of the myocardial injury were linked to the vaccines in that study.”
Dr. Craig, another expert in the field, expressed concern, stating, “The vaccine should not have been there. There was evidence of heart damage. Those three people are now dead.”
It is important to mention that the researchers excluded tissues from certain deceased individuals, including those with unclear vaccination history, as well as those with documented prior COVID-19 infections.
This study was conducted in response to previous research that found both spike protein and mRNA persisting in axillary lymph nodes and blood for extended periods after vaccination. Notably, no vaccine components were detected in any of the unvaccinated individuals involved in the study.