Traces of mRNA COVID shots are being detected in the hearts of dead people who died suddenly following cardiac arrest, a new peer-reviewed study has concluded.
According to scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, mRNA was detected in the heart tissue of patients who died within a month of receiving the experimental Covid jabs.
The researchers analyzed tissue samples from the autopsies of 25 people. 20 of those people were jabbed shortly before they died.
Samples from the hearts of three patients tested positive for messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA).
All three patients with mRNA in their hearts had died within 30 days of receiving a Pfizer shot.
However, more patients were found with mRNA in the tissue connecting to their hearts, such as bilateral axillary lymph nodes.
Bilateral axillary lymph node samples tested positive for mRNA in eight people who died within 30 days of a Moderna or Pfizer vaccine.
Both Moderna and Pfizer shots utilize mRNA.
The research shows “the vaccine can persist for up to 30 days, including in the heart,” Dr. James Stone, one of the study’s researchers, said of the findings.
The study was published by the Nature Journal’s peer-reviewed NPJ Vaccines.