Any scientific concerns re FDA's VRBPAC report on m-RNA vaccines?

Dianne N. Irving
copyright December 20, 2020
Reproduced with Permission

Are there scientific concerns re FDA's VRBPAC report on m-RNA vaccines?

This a short but precise concern about some of the science used by our FDA in its report on genetically engineered m-RNA vaccines [posted at:]. While normal genetic changes in genes involved in "therapies" aren't a problem (given that obvious scientific criteria are met!), those genetic changes are not passed down through future generations. However, when genetic changes in germ line cells (sperm and oocytes ("eggs') are involved, such genetic changes are passed down through all of one's future generations. Hopefully the FDA will reconsider their science on at least 4 critical points.

*1. The report defines "human genome" as consisting of ONLY the DNA in the nucleus.

But can that be accurate? As documented in human genetic textbooks and websites for years, the scientific definition of the "human genome" includes ALL of the DNA in a human cell -- BOTH the DNA in the cell nucleus AND the DNA in the mitochondria floating around outside the nucleus in the cell's cytoplasm. So it would seem that because m-RNA changes the functioning of a piece of the DNA in the mitochondria it THUS DOES change the "human genome". See, e.g.: [emphases mine]

*2. The report states that this "foreign" m-RNA is destroyed after it finishes editing the gene, not to worry.

However, perhaps the mRNA is destroyed, but the editing of the gene in the mitochondria is not ; it is permanent.

*3. The report also claims that the vaccine delivers m-RNA only to specific immune cells at the injection site.

But is that what really happens? As Dr. Bhakdi (and many other scientific experts) have warned, "Once a gene-based vaccination is injected in your arm, within minutes the vaccine (mRNA) spreads throughout your body ." [See, ]

*4. Finally, the report states that the changes that m-RNA's make to one's genes are not passed down through future generations.

Yet how about the latest comments by world renown virologist Dr. Bhakdi when he explains that when the vaccine is injected, it causes mRNA to spread throughout body, and that would include one's germ line cells (sperm and oocytes ("eggs") ? [See: "Dire Warning: Prominent Virologist Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi Exposes 'Major Risks' of Gene-Altering Vaccine (Video)", at: /] Thus wouldn't the genetic changes be passed down through all future generations every time fertilization takes place? As the Center for Genetics and Society (not a "prolife" organization!) has extensively critically documented scientifically for years, the "editing" of germ line cell genes IS passed down through future generations. See, e.g.:


Given such concerns, hopefully the FDA will look into them. Human lives are at stake.