Should the vaccinated be allowed to donate blood?

There is a great deal of controversy about whether or not the Spike Proteins enter the bloodstream following vaccination, for how long Spike Proteins remain in the blood, and what else, if anything, is getting into the bloodstream of those injected with mRNA product.

People have a right to be concerned, of course. We have the right to refuse vaccinations – but if we are being ‘vaccinated by stealth’ via a transfusion, for example, then one must ask if this is in any way acceptable under the right to bodily autonomy and fully informed consent.

These sorts of questions are not just being asked by My Medical Choice; Lidiya Angelova, a biomedical scientist from Bulgaria, now living in Germany after living in England, France, America, and Canada, feels a campaign is needed to stop completely all blood donations from those who have had any type of mRNA vaccine. This seems like a sensible idea – after all, it is beholden on those making the claims about ‘safety and effectiveness’ to prove those claims. And, given there is limited mid-term safety data and no longterm safety data on the experimental mRNA product, we must assume they are unsafe until proven otherwise. That’s how it works – or should, at least. You can find more information on Dr Angelova’s research into contaminated blood here:

Dr Angelova is also interested in creating a truly independent medical journal; one entirely free of corporate influences. We think this sounds like a great idea. Of course, these projects need time and resources, and both can be thin on the ground if you aren’t funded by corporate interests. But if anyone would like to donate, campaign to stop the vaccinated donating blood, or has a science background and would like to contact Dr Angelova to discuss assist working on the science journal, please read through Dr Angelova’s work and contact her through here:


My Medical Choice is all about your Medical Autonomy in healthcare 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.