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The litigation outcome of Rundup [(sic?)] caused me to examine the risks of the two mRNA vaccines (Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna), which are used in the population vaccination campaign in the U.S. I will explain the flaws in clinical trials and side-effect evaluation methods, and limitations in laboratory studies and mechanism studies. In addition, I will examine the history of product liabilities and consistent failure of past medical studies to predict severity of drug side effects. Based on all evidence, I conclude that the vaccination may pose many risks that have not been studied and cannot be ruled out. I predict that vaccines will increase cancer risks through its adverse impacts on Central Nervous System and negatively affect the future health of the population in the long run. The vaccines may alter the normal selecting process for viral evolution and will worsen future pandemic measures. It is important for people to understand those issues before they can give their informed consent for being vaccinated.
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Wu, J. (2021, March 17). Expression of Concern: Potential Risks and Unknown Effects of mRNA Vaccines On Population Health. https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/yudvh
Wu, Jianqing. “Expression of Concern: Potential Risks and Unknown Effects of Mrna Vaccines on Population Health.” OSF Preprints, 17 Mar. 2021. Web.
Wu, Jianqing. 2021. “Expression of Concern: Potential Risks and Unknown Effects of Mrna Vaccines on Population Health.” OSF Preprints. March 17. doi:10.31219/osf.io/yudvh.