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TLDR: A paper was published in October showing how the mRNA vaccines could massively impact ovarian and breast cancer risk. Two scientists linked to the NIH and Pharma conspired to remove it from publication – putting a generation of women at risk. 

… when Jiang and Mei designed an experiment to look at the possibility that the SARS-CoV-2 proteins might impact this pathway in lymphocytes they were doing an experiment that was of vital importance to world’s population.

What did they find? Well, unfortunately something really important. That is, of all the proteins produced by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, one of them – the spike protein – obliterated the DNA repair mechanism in lymphocytes … This is an environment that is almost guaranteed to cause cancer.

.. the Jiang study simply reproduced what Pfizer had already done, proving beyond all doubt that the spike protein gets into the nucleus.

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