A recent preprint review article has highlighted the possible risks of blood transfusions from Covid-19 vaccinated donors. The authors, a Japanese team, raise substantive concerns based on the observed persistence of vaccine components, including mRNA and its spike protein product, for several months after injection.

The article calls on regulators to monitor the blood supply and to develop testing methodologies to ensure that the blood supply is secure.

This work comes one month after a recent preprint review co-authored by Matthew Halma and Drs. Jessica Rose and Peter McCullough, covering much of the same ground in establishing mechanistic plausibility, and identifying VAERS entries associated with both blood transfusion and breastfeeding exposure.

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