Why are we still being told transfusions are safe?
Regarding blood transfusions – From the beginning of the rollout of the mRNA-based Covid vaccines, we were told in no uncertain terms that none of the components of the vaccine could permeate the blood circulatory system. Anyone who dared suggest otherwise was immediately shouted down and labelled an anti-vaxxer.
However, a Denmark-based report has recently emerged showing data from a study performed on Pfizer and Moderna mRNA-based vaccines back in May-June 2021. The results are shocking – although perhaps not so shocking to members using our Safe Blood system, as we’ve suspected this all along.
It was found that almost 10% of those vaccinated showed traces of the vaccine in their blood at 28 days – and we need to bear in mind that there was a 50% placebo group involved in those figures and that in Denmark, vaccinators are required to aspirate before injecting, which means those administering intra-muscular injections take care to ensure they aren’t injecting into a blood vessel.
Also, bear in mind that the NHS requires the newly vaccinated to wait only 7 days prior to being allowed to donate blood.
A campaign in the making?
Perhaps it’s time for the medical authorities to admit that no blood should be considered safe if donated by anyone who has had an mRNA-type vaccine using lipid nano protein particles?
You can read the full study here, or click the picture, below
A video of Dr John Campbell breaking down the data in the study into plain English can be viewed here.
For more information on mRNA, please see, below..
Snippet from the article…
Some Concerns Using mRNA Technology within Medicine
As we know, there are some dissenting voices who are concerned that mRNA technology possibly has gene-editing capabilities and is really modRNA (RNS that has been modified – as with GMO foods, as a basic comparison). And there is also the possibility of such technology being transferred to patients who don’t want it via ‘stealth’ – blood transfusion being the most obvious one, but also stem cells, organ donation, and so on.
My Medical Choice is all about your Medical Autonomy and making sure the emergency team treating you follows your specific wishes. When used correctly, it is a powerful system that can notify medical teams about allergies, procedures etc., right down to more personalised decisions such as people concerned about mRNA in blood, and/or, wanting a solution to vaccinated blood (as listed in the examples in some articles).
My Medical Choice is not here to judge your decision, it is about empowering people to have control over their own healthcare.
Just a friendly reminder that no information in this publication constitutes legal or medical advice from My Medical Choice or any of our affiliates and the contents of this document are for educational and support purposes only.