According to Mayo Clinic, gene therapy involves altering the genes inside your body’s cells in an effort to treat or stop disease.

Genes contain your DNA — the code that controls much of your body’s form and function, from making you grow taller to regulating your body systems. Genes that don’t work properly can cause disease.

Gene therapy replaces a faulty gene or adds a new gene in an attempt to cure disease or improve your body’s ability to fight disease. Gene therapy holds promise for treating a wide range of diseases, such as cancer, cystic fibrosis, heart disease, diabetes, haemophilia and AIDS.

Researchers are still studying how and when to use gene therapy. Currently, in the United States, gene therapy is available only as part of a clinical trial.

The Story Behind mRNA

According to STAT news. The technique to deliver mRNA through a vector or lipid into a cell was a billion dollar idea. After many rejections in the ‘90s, researchers at the University of Wisconsin managed to make it work in mice.

Katalin Kirikó, the Hungarian-born scientist behind this discovery, wanted to take it further, however, she knew of one problem. She knew that synthetic RNA was notoriously vulnerable to the body’s natural defences, meaning it would likely be destroyed before reaching its target cells. Worse still, resulting in biological havoc, stirring up an immune response that could make the therapy a health risk for some patients.

This begs the question. What have they used in conjunction with this to “make it work”?

What is mRNA?

In molecular biology, messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) is a single-stranded molecule of RNA that corresponds to the genetic sequence of a gene, and is read by a ribosome in the process of synthesizing a protein.

A Closer Look at mRNA Today:

What is a therapeutic: According to the Collins Dictionary. A therapeutic is a treatment, designed to treat an illness or to improve a person’s health (adjective), making them feel comfortable, relaxed. In most cases, a therapeutic (noun) is a drug. A branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of disease. in an article published in September 2014, claims mRNA has been the subject of basic and applied research for more than 5 decades. (sort of contradicts STAT news’ research on the topic in the 90s?) [correct me if I’m wrong].

In the past few decades, we’ve been fighting the GMO battle. Today, the very same industry is making synthetic mRNA for use inside our own bodies.

Pubmed describes this as “Synthetic modified messenger RNA for therapeutic applications”.

In another article mRNA is described as a therapeutic prospect gene therapy for Glioblastoma (GBM).

In an article, written in 2017, The Next Big Thing In Synthetic Biology: Artificial MRNA And Gene Therapy by Jane Williams, writes that this is broadly used in vaccinations and describes the use of synthetic mRNA as innate and induces an interferon response, which can be poorly tolerated and lead to serious adverse events.

Hold on… So they are using synthetic mRNA in our bodies, even though Katalin Kirikó knew it would be harmful? 

Why does big pharma insist on playing God?

The Full Excerpt is Below;

Nevertheless, artificial mRNA synthesised in vitro and delivered exogenously suffers many limitations that hamper its potential. Firstly, even chemically modified exogenous RNA remains highly immunogenic due to its recognition by the Toll-Like Receptors on the external side of the endosomes and the cell membrane. Such innate immune activation induces an interferon response, which can be poorly tolerated and lead to serious adverse events.

Leaving this just here for you to think about.

These several sources in my view prove this as gene therapy and that the vaccines are exactly what this is.

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