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STUDY: COVID-19 Jab mRNA Detected in Breast Milk

By daniel_g


A new study published in The Lancet showed that trace amounts of mRNA were found in the breast milk of lactating women who received the experimental injection.

The researchers evaluated if COVID-19 jab mRNA is detectable in breast milk after maternal inoculation and determined its potential translational activity.

They collected breast milk samples from 13 lactating, healthy, post-partum women before and after COVID-19 jab inoculation.

“Of 13 lactating women receiving the vaccine (20 exposures), trace mRNA amounts were detected in 10 exposures up to 45 h post-vaccination,” the study found…


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