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Expert Says Spike Proteins in Vaccinations Cause Heart and Cancer Concern

'There is a reason Moderna had never brought an mRNA product to the market,' Cole added...

(John RansomHeadline USA) A doctor who specializes in pathology said that the mRNA vaccines include spike proteins that cause heart inflammation and cancers, according to Epoch Times.

“We have known the immune modulation problems of this back since 2006, at the very least some papers there,” Dr Ryan Cole told the Epoch Times.

“There is a reason Moderna had never brought an mRNA product to the market,” Cole added.

Cole’s lab processes about 40,000 blood and biopsies samples each year and in the last year it looked 100,000 COVID testing samples, said Cole’s website.

Cole has been an outstanding critic of the mRNA vaccines, with the medical community ganging up on him and removing him from medical networks for the purposes of insurance for promulgating “misinformation” about COVID and vaccines, said the Idaho Capital Sun.

Cole said that the FDA and the NIH both have very good reasons for wanting to suppress any negative information about mRNA vaccines.

The doctor said that the FDA gets about half of its revenue from user fees it receives from the pharmaceutical industry.

“The [National Institutes of Health (NIH)] holds the patent to the spike protein and the sequence, and they licensed that to Moderna. Every billion that the Moderna coffers get, so does the NIH. Is that intertwining government-corporate interest? You bet,” Cole told the Epoch Times.

In actuality, the NIH and Moderna are engaged in a dispute about who really invented the vaccine, with Moderna trying to leave off three NIH scientists who worked on the project with the biopharma company, although Moderna has said publicly that NIH does co-own the patent.

“Omitting N.I.H. inventors from the principal patent application deprives N.I.H. of a co-ownership interest in that application and the patent that will eventually issue from it,” said Kathy Stover, a spokeswoman for the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, or NIAID, which oversees the vaccine research.

NIAID is better known as the agency run by Dr. Anthony Fauci since 1984.

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