Physicians in Italy who studied patients who had been injected with mRNA COVID-19 vaccines found foreign matter in the patients’ blood long after vaccination, a new study shows.
The three doctors, all of whom are surgeons—Franco Giovannini, M.D., Riccardo Benzi Cipelli, M.D., and Giampaolo Pisano, M.D.—examined freshly drawn blood of more than a thousand patients using direct observation under microscopes to see what was happening in the blood.
Their results were published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research in August 2022. …
Of the 1006 patients, 426 were men and 580 were women. One hundred and forty-one received only one dose of an mRNA vaccine, 453 got two doses, and 412 received three doses in total. The patients ranged in age from 15 to 85. The average age of the patients was 49. All 1,006 patients were seeking healthcare because they were not feeling well: presenting with a wide variety of health issues.
On average, the patients whose blood was examined had been vaccinated about one month prior.
Of the 1,006 patients, after vaccination, only about 5 percent—just 58 people—had blood that looked normal.
The doctors were able to examine the blood of twelve of the patients before they had received any vaccines. At that time, previous to being vaccinated, all twelve patients presented with normal, healthy blood, according to the researchers.
The authors did not reveal how many people were vaccinated in total, so the percentage of vaccinated people who developed abnormal blood is unknown. This is a shortcoming of their research. What is known, however, is that 94 percent of the patients surveyed in this study, who developed subsequent symptoms, had abnormal blood. …
The images are dramatic. Side-by-side pictures of a patient’s blood before and after vaccination show stark differences. Before vaccination, the red blood cells are separate from each other and round, while the blood drawn after vaccination shows red blood cells that are deformed, and that cluster in coagulation around visible foreign matter that was not present before.