Do DNA Vaccines permanently alter DNA?

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Moderna, the Gates funded, American biotechnology company at the forefront of mRNA and DNA vaccine development openly admit that one of the many disadvantages of DNA vaccines is the risk of permanently changing a person’s DNA.

From a 2017 Moderna White Paper:

“The key challenge associated with DNA vaccines is that they must penetrate the cell nucleus (crossing two membranes; the cytoplasm and the nucleus). The DNA must then be transcribed in the nucleus into mRNA before moving to the cytoplasm to stimulate antigen production. This core complex pathway often requires both larger doses and special, often painful delivery devices using electric shocks or gold microspheres into person’s skin to deliver the DNA vaccine. Once inside the nucleus, DNA vaccines have a risk of permanently changing a person’s DNA.”

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This hasn’t stopped research on DNA vaccines however. According to the WHO’s list of COVID-19 vaccine candidates at the time of writing there are currently eighteen (18) gene-altering, experimental DNA vaccines being worked on.

There are currently no approved mRNA or DNA vaccines, and neither has ever been tested in a large-scale clinical trial for an infectious disease. These are experimental technologies which may offer significant risk and cause permanent DNA damage if things go wrong. Modifying your own genetics is not something that should be taken lightly.