A recent peer-reviewed study shows blood samples develop abnormalities after people are vaccinated with Pfizer or Moderna Covid jabs.
In the study published August in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice and Research, scientists used a dark-field microscope to analyze the blood of 1,006 people, after which they chose four patients as case studies to illustrate how mRNA vaccinated blood develops significant abnormalities post-vaccination.
“On the average, 5.77% of the 1,006 individuals had normal blood samples in spite of their COVID-19 symptoms. The remaining 94.23% had abnormal blood samples as illustrated in the 4 cases we selected out of the 12 who were normal before receiving any mRNA injections but were no longer normal afterward,” researchers pointed out.
The study goes on to show dark-field microscopic images taken before and after vaccination, with researchers reporting “strange phenomena in [the] blood,” “deformations” and “anomalies” after microscopic examination.
The below image shows one patient’s blood prior to vaccination on the left (a), with blood cells appearing to lose shape and stick together in the next image (b) one month after a Pfizer mRNA injection.
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