Shot to the Heart: Moderna Launches Development of mRNA Injection for Heart Attacks
You’d have to be mad or suicidal to take a controversial RNA vaccine to correct the crippling side effects of its predecessor RNA ‘vaccine’.
Moderna begins trialing mRNA shot that is injected directly into the HEART to treat heart attack patients
- The shot encodes for relaxin, a hormone which is known to improve blood flow
- Patients have received the injection in a phase one trial looking at dosage levels
- Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel told Sky News: ‘It’s like science fiction medicine’
By CAITLIN TILLEY, HEALTH REPORTER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
Moderna is developing an mRNA shot that is injected directly into the hearts of heart attack and heart failure patients.
The ‘vaccine’ uses the same technology as the company’s flagship Covid jab and is designed for people weeks or months after a heart attack to help them recover.
It works by instructing human heart cells to generate a hormone that is known to improve blood flow, helping restore damaged heart muscles.
During a heart attack, muscle cells can start to die and cannot be re-generated. Roughly one in five people who have had a heart attack will be readmitted to the hospital for a second one within five years.
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a plan to harm us!