Infectious disease physician and professor of medicine at University of California, San Francisco
According to Dr. Monica Gandhi:
“Definitely no evidence in the human body, even in cells, that the spike protein itself hurts normal healthy cells,” she said. “Not cytotoxic.”
“All it does is allow you, as a human host, to raise an immune response against something that you don’t like, which is a spike protein that looks different from your body,” Gandhi said. “And then you have that nice, healthy immune response so that if you ever see the virus, you will fight that virus.”
The mRNA then disappears and doesn’t stay in the body, Gandhi said.
More than 300 million doses of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in the U.S. and Gandhi says there’s no evidence the spike protein created in the human body after mRNA vaccination is cytotoxic.
Monica Gandhi is known for having her underage son injected with synthetic mRNA.