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Japanese Researchers Stumbled On Alarming Connection Between Transplants And The Jab

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Remember all those stories about transplant patients being refused life-saving procedures unless they got the Fauci ouchie? Maybe the ‘experts’ should have demanded more evidence, too.

A Japanese metastudy looking into the patient rejection of corneal implants — the most common and one of the safest of any transplants — wanted to look into whether there was any connection between a sudden rise in rejection and the mass administration of the COVID-19 vaccine.

The study was published in the Journal of clinical medicine. Here’s a screenshot with the title and contributors.

From the abstract:

We conducted an online search of the PubMed and EMBASE databases. Data on recipients’ characteristics, corneal transplantation types, interval between vaccination and allograft rejection, clinical manifestations, and graft rejection medication were extracted. Thirteen articles on 21 patients (23 eyes) with acute corneal graft rejection after COVID-19 vaccination, published between April and December 2021, were included. The median (interquartile range) age at the onset of rejection was 68 (27–83) years. […] The interval between vaccination and rejection ranged from 1 day to 6 weeks.

‘Interval between vaccination and rejection ranged from 1 day to 6 weeks.’ That seems like an important fact…

It goes on to mention that corneal grafting is the single most common transplant procedure and to exlain the reason so few corneal implants are rejected, it’s one of the few parts of the body that has ‘immune privilege’, in which the body limits its inflammatory immune response.

Two cases of corneal rejection in April of 2021, possibly associated with vaccine use, led to an interest in this particular line of inquiry.

From the discussion portion:

In our analysis of 21 patients (23 eyes) with signs of corneal allograft rejection after receiving COVID-19 vaccines, the median interval between corneal transplantation and graft rejection after COVID-19 vaccination was 2 years. Two of these patients (two eyes) underwent PKP > 20 years ago and had no history of acute or chronic corneal allograft rejection [33,38]. The long-term stability and temporariness of vaccination and allograft rejection suggest that immune responses to the vaccine may have played a role in transplant rejection.

The detailed pathophysiology of the relationship between COVID-19 vaccination and corneal allograft rejection remains unclear. However, the present study revealed cases with minimal confounding variables and appreciable temporal correlation with COVID-19 vaccination, positing the vaccine’s role in inducing acute corneal allograft rejection.
Corneal transplantation is associated with low rates of allograft rejection, probably due to ocular immune privilege [52,53,54]. This underscores the importance of recognizing the possibility of COVID-19 vaccine-led corneal allograft rejection in the 21 patients (23 eyes) included in the present study [20,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40]. The interval between administration of the COVID-19 vaccine and corneal graft rejection ranged from 1 day to 6 weeks (mean: 10.4 days; median: 7 days [20,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40].)

In conclusion, this systematic review identified clinical features and host factors associated with corneal allograft rejection after COVID-19 vaccination. As the virus continues to spread, additional booster COVID-19 vaccine schedules are expected. Therefore, proper follow-up of corneal allograft recipients and interventions to prevent corneal allograft rejection after administering the COVID-19 vaccine may be crucial.

In light of these studies, those reports of hospitals putting a gun to the head of transplant patients and refusing service if they didn’t get the jab really don’t look like they were standing on the moral high ground they pretended to have taken.


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We were all told to sit down, shut up and ‘believe the science’. But the science they told us was so bulletproof… wasn’t.

What will future studies turn up? If the most common and one of the safest of transplants has gone so very wrong when mixed with this jab — even AFTER 20 years of the body has accepted it — what will we learn about other transplants?

Or stepping back from the immediate questions of transplants, what other bad news might be lurking out of this vaccine that governments, media, and big tech conspired to twist our arms to accept, and punished anyone who asked exactly this kind of question?

For example, if the jab is not yet 2 years old, can we really say we have hard data one way or the other about carcinogenic effects?

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