A new study, which almost 50 researchers worldwide contributed to, found that the vaccine spike antigen and mRNA from the COVID vaccines persist for weeks in lymph node germinal centers.
Researchers analyzed human lymph nodes after infection and mRNA vaccination for correlates of serological differences and concluded that the body does not quickly destroy the genetic material from the vaccines. They also found that vaccine-generated spike protein circulates in the blood in some cases.
Last year in June viral immunologist, Dr. Byram Bridle, who was banned from social media, ‘sounded the alarm’ in the medical community about newly obtained data showing the accumulation of spike proteins in organs caused by the Moderna and Pfizer mRNA vaccines.
Dr. Bridle and a group of international scientists filed a request for information on the accumulation concern from the Japanese regulatory agency, and received access to what’s called the “biodistribution study.”
The research shows that the coronavirus spike protein from COVID-19 vaccination unexpectedly enters and remains in the bloodstream, which is a plausible explanation for the tens of thousands of reported blood clots as well as the brain and reproductive damage, the Canadian cancer vaccine researcher said.
Bridle is a renowned vaccine researcher who was awarded a $230,000 government grant last year for research on COVID vaccine development.
Another study published in the Journal of Headache and Pain found that headaches are a common symptom after vaccination for COVID-19, but may be an indicator of vaccine-induced cerebral venous thrombosis. (clotting in the brain)
During a press conference last year in September, pathologists Prof. Dr. Arne Burkhardt and Prof. Dr. Walter presented the results of the autopsies of eight people who died after COVID-19 vaccination.
What they found was concerning to them.