Fully Vaccinated Getting COVID – Multiple Times

A recent article in the International Journal of Pathology and Clinical Research by multiple authors suggest a reason for why people who have received the mRNA branded vaccines are getting COVID multiple times.

In the article “Do Messenger RNA Vaccines Induce Pathological Syncytia?” under the discussion of Polyethylene glycol (PEG), it states:

As these phenotypes are virus-friendly, PEG-induced cell-cell fusion may inadvertently facilitate not only SARS-CoV-2 but also other viral infections [60,64-66]. PEG was never used in an approved vaccine therefore, its presence in Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna-1273 therapeutics raised concerns, especially regarding anaphylactic and fusogenic adverse effects [52,67,68]. Moreover, PEG promotes temporary permeabilization of the blood-brain barrier (BBB), a property exploited by the pharmaceutical industry for CNS delivery systems [69-71]. This may account, at least in part, for the rare VAERS-reported neuropsychiatric symptoms, including neurodegenerative disorders [72-74]. Furthermore, earlier studies have demonstrated that PEG may interfere with the conformational stability of proteins, indicating that syncytia, cellular senescence and, dysfunctional proteostasis are highly intertwined [75-77].”

Do Messenger RNA Vaccines Induce Pathological Syncytia?

In the Epoch Health article “mRNA Behind the Reoccurrence of COVID-19 Symptoms in Fully Vaccinated Individuals?” released December 13th, authors Dr. Peter A. McCullough and John Leake speculate about “one of the curious findings from the original randomized trials of mRNA vaccines was an explosive rate of early infection after the first injection as compared with placebo.” They cite this first research article as a possible reason.

As mRNA vaccines are based on pre-fusion epitopes, the fusion pathology may be undeterred, allowing viral infection by syncytia formation to continue unabated. This is significant, as it could account for the reoccurrence of COVID-19 symptoms in fully vaccinated individuals.

The authors point out that SARS-CoV-2 utilizes more than just the ACE2 receptor to gain entry into the fused cells and by overlooking this possibility, vaccine developers have made a blunder. This is further complicated by the choice of lipid nanoparticles and polyethylene glycol which facilitate entry into organs were syncytia as well as Spike protein will incite inflammation and immune system regulation.

mRNA Behind the Reoccurrence of COVID-19 Symptoms in Fully Vaccinated Individuals?
Dr. Peter A. McCullough, John Leake, Dec 13 2022

Dr. McCulough and Mr. Leake also note that fertile women are even more at risk.

Sfera also considers pregnancy: “Several studies demonstrated that SARS-CoV-2 can activate HERV-W, an ancestral gene that encodes for the physiological placental fusogen syncytin-1 responsible for the merger of trophoblasts during the early pregnancy. This suggests that the reproductive post-vaccine events may be triggered by the furin cleavage site pathology.” Such processes could occur in the gravid uterus and compound the bleeding and clotting risks of ill-advised vaccination is this special population.

mRNA Behind the Reoccurrence of COVID-19 Symptoms in Fully Vaccinated Individuals?
Dr. Peter A. McCullough, John Leake, Dec 13 2022

The authors point out the rather obvious, “With billions of people rushed into indiscriminate mRNA vaccination, virologists and immunologists will be picking up the pieces of a failed vaccine campaign that has left so many at risk for more SARS-CoV-2 infections and progressive complications over the months and years to come.”


Sfera A, Thomas KG, Sfera DO, Anton JJ, Andronescu CV, et al. (2022) Do Messenger RNA Vaccines Induce Pathological Syncytia?. Int J Pathol Clin Res 8:137. doi.org/10.23937/2469-5807/1510137

mRNA Behind the Reoccurrence of COVID-19 Symptoms in Fully Vaccinated Individuals?

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