One of the longstanding questions that I have had is “How long does the vaccine persist in the body and how long do the infected cells continue to produce spike (S) proteins?” Until yesterday I had never seen any studies on the topic. Now, Dr. Chris Martenson reviews a new paper that gives us at least limited answers to this problem.

The study was restricted to underarm lymph nodes and found traces of vaccine and a noticeable population of S protein after 8 weeks in some cases.

Critical questions remain:

  • The study analyzed lymph nodes. Is similar persistence observed in other bodily systems and organs, notably the heart and brain?
  • What causes the eventual cellular apoptosis after the vaccine has shut this defensive mechanism off? In other words, how long can the cell keep producing S protein?
  • What are the blood titres of the S protein over time?


In our series beginning with Understanding the Danger of the SARS-CoV-2 Vaccines, we reviewed the evidence that the S protein is cytotoxic (kills cells) damaging the cellular mitochondria by blocking the ACE2 receptor. Other studies have shown the damage to the cardiovascular system and all associated organs. That this damage can be ongoing and accumulating for a considerable period of time into weeks or months means that the vaccine could kill you any point along the way.

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