This is the finding of a study that was published in the British medical journal Lancet. For the study, the researchers collected samples of breast milk from 13 healthy post-partum women both before and after receiving mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. They found that 10 of the samples contained mRNA up to 45 hours after getting the jab. While the authors of the study, not surprisingly, made a point of stating that they believe the vaccines are important for fighting the disease, they then launched into a lengthy warning about the use of them in breastfeeding mothers.
“Although we believe breastfeeding after mRNA vaccination is safe, a dialogue between a breastfeeding mother and her healthcare provider should address the benefit/risk considerations of breastfeeding in the first two days after maternal mRNA vaccination.”
They went on to say that their findings could well apply to future mRNA vaccines as well. They added: “The significance of this research extends beyond the scope of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. The findings provide valuable insights into the transport and presence of vaccine mRNA in breast milk, which can be relevant for assessing the safety and efficacy of future mRNA-based therapies administered to lactating women.”
It isn’t the first study to reach this conclusion; a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2022 also found traces of mRNA in breast milk in vaccinated women.
Unfortunately, many women were misled about this fact, with the government quickly pushing these vaccines on women and reassuring them they were safe despite lacking scientific evidence supporting this claim. The CDC, the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and many doctors insisted that mRNA would remain in the arm around the vaccine site. Making matters worse, Facebook and other social media platforms censored people who questioned this and other claims as well as those trying to share evidence that it may not be as safe as claimed.
In response to the latest study, Jason Bassler of the Free Thought Project wrote on X: “It turns out the "experts" who told us the "the vaccine stays in the arm" were wrong. A new study published in the Lancet, found C-19 vaccine present in the milk of 10 mothers out of 13 breastfeeding women analyzed. I was 'fact-checked' for this and expect an apology.”
Even now that scientists have proven that mRNA does make its way into breast milk, the CDC’s informational page still recommends that women get the jab, stating: “COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for all people aged 6 months and older. This includes people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, trying to get pregnant now, or those who might become pregnant in the future.”
Although some experts have already tried to downplay these results, the fact remains that we still don’t know what the long-term effects of these vaccines are, especially when babies are exposed to mRNA at such delicate stages of their development. It could take years or even decades for the effects to be fully known, and many mothers may not be willing to take such a chance with their baby’s life.
Unfortunately, the results of these vaccine studies are being downplayed and censored, which means some women will not have access to the information they need to make smart, informed decisions for their child’s health.
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