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CDC REMOVES Their Claim That mRNA & Spike Protein "Do Not Last Long In The Body"!
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July 22 2022 CDC Website Snapshot
July 23 2022 CDC Website Snapshot
So CDC REMOVED the claims (presented as “facts”) that the mRNA and spike protein do not last long in the body. This is huge! They also scrubbed the secondary claims that mRNA gets broken down by our cells within a few days of vaccination and that “scientists estimate” spike protein “may stay in the body up to a few weeks”.
Pfizer’s Dr Gruber & Dr Jansen’s Comments On Spike Protein Production
FDA’s Dr Portnoy asked the Pfizer reps:
“I guess I'm a little bit confused about the dosing in terms of micrograms, because your dosing is 3 micrograms, the Moderna dosing is 25 micrograms. Clearly, we're thinking in terms of micrograms, the way we would think of proteins as a way of inducing an immune response and yet the purpose of mRNA is to induce protein production. So is your is your mRNA just more efficient at making cells produce protein? Or how should we think of micrograms in terms of the amount of spike protein that's produced by the cells? Can you kind of clarify that?”
The 2 top Pfizer scientists on the NEJM study of safety and efficacy fielded the question:
“Yeah. I leave to Moderna to describe the nature of how they address their vaccine dosage. But I think, obviously, we don't have a complete understanding of the nature of the way that the vaccine works in terms of producing immune response. So you have to go by the results. And the results are that in the setting of giving a three microgram dose, we had low reactogenicity compared to placebo. And after a third dose, just as in adults at higher doses, we're getting an immune response that's comparable. It may well be that children we've seen certainly in, you know, that we are able to go down to a lower dose in children and the expectation is perhaps they have a more robust response. That seems to be the case based on giving a 10 microgram goes to 5 to 11 and 3 micrograms to younger.” -Dr William Gruber, Sr Vice President of Pfizer Vaccine Clinical Research and Development
FDA’s Dr Portney followed up with this question:
“But have you ever measured the amount of protein that's produced as a result of the mRNA and how many cells are producing it and how persistent that production is for a given microgram of mRNA?” Dr Portney, FDA VRBPAC Member
“I think that that's obviously, you know, an interesting question to better understand the mechanism. And I would say it's somewhat academic in the setting of what we're trying to achieve here in terms of getting an immune response and a safety profile that's satisfactory but worthwhile for people to pursue. Let me just- Dr. Jansen, the head of vaccine research and development would like to make a comment about that last question.” -Dr William Gruber, Sr Vice President of Pfizer Vaccine Clinical Research and Development
“I think one one important consideration for the answer to the question that was just posed is that the two mRNA vaccines are not created equal. They actually very different vaccine. They use the same platform. They have different formulations. And so I think that's important to recognize. And the second piece is that we, of course, have optimized the vaccine for optimal expression of the antigens in cells. And if you ask the question, is there large number of protein molecules expressed in the cells, the answer is yes.” -Dr Kathrin Jansen, Head of Vaccine Research and Development at Pfizer
This type of Orwellian shenanigans isn’t novel to the CDC. Remember when they degraded their definition of vaccines?
Merriam Webster Dictionary also changed their definition of vaccine to include new big pharma products into the category:
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