September 17, 2023

Scientific Basis for mRNA Induced Autoimmunity Published as Megyn Kelly Reveals Personal Vaccine Injury

Polykretis Paper Nominated for Preprint Award, Fully Published, Media Star Admits her Vaccine Setback

Sometimes timing is everything in academic medicine. We have heard in the last week that media superstar Megyn Kelly has developed a COVID-19 vaccine autoimmune syndrome. You can hear the frustration and anger in her voice to admit the ill-advised vaccine has infringed upon her “perfect woman” image in the media. Kelly, a 52-year old attorney, currently hosts a talk show and podcast, The Megyn Kelly Show , that airs live daily on SiriusXM . She was a talk show host at Fox News from 2004 to 2017 and a host and correspondent with NBC News from 2017 to 2018. During her time at Fox News, Kelly hosted America Live and, before that, co-hosted America's Newsroom with Bill Hemmer . In 2014, she was included in the TIME list of the 100 most influential people. She is on her second marriage and has three children, appearing perfectly healthy and vibrant before COVID-19 vaccination.

Dr. Panagis Polykretis is a Greek molecular biologist working in an Italian laboratory on the fundamentals of autoimmunity by proteins recognized as foreign on the surface of cells. His work has been cited by Del Bigtree on the Highwire and many independent media outlets. His preprint was nominated as one of “Most Popular” on the worldwide server. He received this message:

A day later, after an arduous submission and peer-review process. the manuscript was finally accepted by the Taylor and Francis journal, Autoimmunity . The conclusions are inescapable, mRNA vaccines will cause autoimmunity in all applications. The human body is simply too good at recognizing foreign proteins that populate at the cell surface synthesized from mRNA on ribosomes in the Golgi complex.

I reached out to Kelly and volunteered to help her and her fans understand the ramifications of what is occurring in her body. I anticipate her blood test for anti-nuclear antibodies has become positive associated with some rheumatological symptoms such as fatigue, joint aches, hair loss. These are avoidable problems that a woman at the top of her marriage, family, and professional life can ill-afford to carry.

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