Study Links COVID-19 Vaccine ‘Unintended Immune Response’

A study from Cambridge University found that almost 25% of those who received the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines have developed unintentional proteins.

According to researchers, one in four people receiving the vaccine suffered an “unintended immune response.”

The researchers noted, however, that the “unintended immune response” was caused by a “glitch” in the vaccine.

Some vaccines created unplanned proteins instead of the desired “spike” protein.

Dr. James Thaventhiran, the lead author of the report, said, “Research has shown beyond doubt that mRNA vaccination against COVID-19 is safe. Billions of doses of the Moderna and Pfizer mRNA vaccines have been safely delivered, saving lives worldwide.”

“We need to ensure that mRNA vaccines of the future are as reliable,” he added. “Our demonstration of ‘slip-resistant’ mRNAs is a vital contribution to future safety of this medicine platform.”

Although the researchers claimed the vaccines are safe, an investigation published in the British Medical Journal investigation alleged that the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) has a “separate, back-end system.”

“Not only have staffing levels failed to keep pace with the unprecedented number of reports since the rollout of covid vaccines but there are signs that the system is overwhelmed, reports aren’t being followed up, and signals are being missed,” the report said.

The BMJ report found that “in stark contrast to the US government’s handling of adverse reaction reports on drugs and devices, the publicly accessible VAERS database on vaccines includes only initial reports, while case updates and corrections are kept on a separate, back end system.”

“Officials told The BMJ that this was to protect patient confidentiality—but this means that patients, doctors, and other public users of the database have access only to an incomplete and uncorrected version.”