A new study from American Medical Association discovered trace amounts of mRNA from COVID-19 vaccines in women’s breast milk.
11 healthy women collected and froze their breast milk for this study. Each had taken either the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine within 6 months of delivering newborn babies. 7 of the samples the AMA collected from 5 of the women who participated showed trace amounts of mRNA in the breast milk.
There was no clear indication of any demonstrable danger, but the Journal of the American Medical Association urged caution.
Trace amounts of #COVID19 vaccine mRNAs were detected in the breast milk of some lactating women. Caution is warranted regarding #breastfeeding infants younger than six months in the first two days after maternal COVID-19 vaccination. #Research https://t.co/zH8nyLleVC #Research
— JAMA Pediatrics (@JAMAPediatrics) September 26, 2022
The association warned that there are likely unknown effects to the child’s immune system.
“In addition, the potential interference of COVID-19 vaccine mRNA with the immune response to multiple routine vaccines given to infants during the first 6 months of age needs to be considered.” They went on to explain that future study is necessary. “It is critical that lactating individuals be included in future vaccination trials to better evaluate the effect of mRNA vaccines on lactation outcomes.”
The study also made it clear that they did not “test the possible cumulative vaccine mRNA exposure after frequent breastfeeding in infants.”
Many Americans were hesitant to take the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. The technology was quite new and not thoroughly studied. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Dr. Anthony Fauci recommended top-down authoritarian vaccine mandates.
One third of doctors themselves openly opposed vaccine mandates. 45% of parents openly objected to injecting their children. Children were never at any significant risk from COVID-19 and according to this study, even newborns were ingesting vaccine mRNA.