BOMBSHELL Study Reveals Unsettling Impact Of mRNA Vaccines

Study Finds Traces of mRNA Vaccine in Breast Milk

Study Finds Traces of mRNA Vaccine in Breast Milk

( – In July 2021, a small study from the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) concluded vaccines were safe for pregnant and lactating women. According to researchers, the results proved mRNA was not transferred to the infant during the inoculation process. A more recent study published in JAMA Pediatrics paints a slightly different picture.

A group of researchers from the New York University Long Island School of Medicine monitored 11 breastfeeding mothers who had received either the Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine shortly after giving birth. They asked the women to collect and freeze samples of milk taken directly from the breast both before and in the days after receiving the shot. A total of 131 samples were collected.

According to the study, chemical analysis of the breast milk revealed traces of “BNT162b2 and mRNA-1273 COVID-19 mRNA vaccines” in at least seven of the samples. All came from the same five women and were specifically captured within the first 48 hours after inoculation. Researchers were unable to identify traces of mRNA in breast milk collected in the days after that.

Whether or not these results predict that COVID-19 vaccines are unsafe in pregnancy or for lactating women remains unclear. The study’s small sample size does raise questions about exactly how the findings might translate to the greater population. JAMA Pediatrics did say the results warrant increased caution, especially in situations where mothers intend to breastfeed infants under six months of age immediately after vaccination.

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