DNA Contamination Found in Pfizer Vaccine, Researchers Said


(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Phillip Buckhaults, a cancer genomics expert and professor at the University of South Carolina, recently revealed to a South Carolina Senate Medical Affairs Ad-Hoc Committee that Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine is contaminated with billions of tiny DNA fragments.

“There is a very real hazard” that these fragments of foreign DNA can insert themselves into a person’s own genome and become a “permanent fixture of the cell,” Buckhaults, who has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and molecular biology, said.

He added that it is quite possible that the reason why so many people who were vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine had some side effects afterward, like death from cardiac arrest, was because of these DNA fragments.

Buckhaults was reluctant to go public because he didn’t want to frighten people. In addition to that, he was also vaccinated three times with Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine, recommending it to his family and friends.

“I’m a real fan of this [mRNA] platform. I think it has the potential to treat cancers, I really believe that this platform is revolutionary. In your lifetime, there will be mRNA vaccines against antigens in your unique cancer. But they’ve got to get this problem fixed,” he said.

He then added that he was the most concerned about the risk of “future cancer in some people,” adding that the foreign piece of DNA could “interrupt a tumor suppressor gene or activate an oncogene,” depending on where it lands in the genome.

“I’m kind of alarmed about this DNA being in the vaccine… DNA is a long-lived information storage device. It’s what you were born with, you’re going to die with and pass on to your kids. … So alterations to the DNA… well, they stick around,” he said.

In the end, Buckhaults told vaccinated people to be tested to see if any of the foreign DNA has integrated into the genome of their stem cells, saying that this is easily detectable because the foreign DNA has a unique signature, or a “calling card,” as he called it.

“This is not terribly expensive to do these kinds of tests. But there has to be a system where professors are not going to be penalized for producing results that are counter to what the party line is supposed to be,” he said.