by Rishma Parpia
Published January 17, 2020
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) News reported that researchers at the university have developed a way to record a person’s vaccination history and store the data in a pattern of dye, invisible to the naked eye, by infusing it under the skin at the same time the vaccine is given.1
The idea is to expand and enhance vaccine surveillance data collection by eliminating the need for paper and electronic medical records, particularly in developing countries.1 MIT News states that several years ago, the MIT team began developing a method to record vaccination data that does not require a centralized electronic database by storing vaccine history data in the bodies of those being vaccinated
Storing Vaccine Records in Children’s Bodies Ensures All Get Vaccinated
The justification given by the researchers for infusing a dye-based vaccine record under the skin of children at the time of vaccination is that most vaccination protocols involve administration of multiple doses and, without accurate records, children may not receive all of the doses.1 Dr. Kevin McHugh, a former MIT postdoctoral researcher and a coauthor of the study, stated:
In areas where paper vaccination cards are often lost or do not exist at all, and electronic databases are unheard of, this technology could enable the rapid and anonymous detection of patient vaccination history to ensure that every child is vaccinated.1
Dr. Ana Jaklenec, a biomedical researcher at MIT and a coauthor of the study said that this technology so far only has been tested on human cadavers and rats. However, human testing is to begin in Africa in two years.2
The research project has been funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Koch Institute Support Grant by the National Cancer Institute.1 VaccineReaction
Invisible Micro-Needle Patch Vaccines
The research conducted at MIT was published in Science Translational Medicine in December 2019. Authors described how the new technology would utilize micro-needle patch vaccines that could encode data into an individual for at least five years after administration. Since micro-needle patches are being developed to deliver vaccines in the near future, the study showed that the dye could be easily incorporated into these patches.1 3 The dissolvable micro-needle patches that deliver patterns of near-infrared light-emitting micro-particles to the skin are invisible to the eye but can be seen using modified smartphones.3
The micro-needles used in study were made of dissolvable sugar and a polymer called PVA, as well as the quantum-dot dye and the vaccine itself. When the patch is applied to the skin, the micro-needles partially dissolve and release within about two minutes.1
By loading micro-particles into the micro-needles, the patches deliver a pattern in the skin such as a cross or circle, which will show up on the screen of a smartphone that has its infrared filter removed, revealing a person’s vaccine history status.2 By co-delivering these micro-particles along with the vaccine, the pattern of particles in the skin creates an in-body vaccination record.3
The study found that patterns were detected nine months after intradermal delivery of micro-particles in rats. Co-delivery of inactivated poliovirus vaccine led to antibody production.1 Micro-needle delivered micro-particle patterns in pig and pigmented human skin were identifiable using semi-automated machine learning.
These results were considered to be proof of concept for intradermal vaccination recordkeeping.3 Researchers say that the quantum dots are safe to use in this manner because they are encapsulated in a biocompatible polymer; however, further studies will be conducted before testing it in humans.1
Privacy and Informed Consent Concerns
This type of in-body vaccine record keeping and surveillance raises several questions, one of which is the potential threat to privacy.4 It raises also raises questions about whether adults and parents of minor children will provide voluntary informed consent to having a new mark applied for each vaccine and whether there are adverse health consequences in a growing child.2
According to Dr. Mark Prausnitz, a bioengineering professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, who helped develop the micro-needle vaccine technology:
There may be other concerns that patients have about being ‘tattooed,’ carrying around personal medical information on their bodies or other aspects of this unfamiliar approach to storing medical records.”4 Different people and different cultures will probably feel differently about having an invisible medical tattoo.4
The Gates Foundation is continuing this project and funding surveys in Kenya, Malawi and Bangladesh to determine whether people will be ready and willing to adopt these microscopic quantum dots that store vaccination histories in the body.2
Know Who Thought of This?:
Bill Gates’ Plan to Use Invisible Ink to Tattoo Vaccination Status into Children’s Skin
by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
Karen Weintraub, writing for the Scientific American, a pro-Pharma and pro-vaccine publication, has just reported that a group of Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have just developed a method of embedding a person’s vaccination record directly into their skin using a special dye that is invisible to the naked eye.
Keeping track of vaccinations remains a major challenge in the developing world, and even in many developed countries, paperwork gets lost, and parents forget whether their child is up to date. Now a group of Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers has developed a novel way to address this problem: embedding the record directly into the skin.
Along with the vaccine, a child would be injected with a bit of dye that is invisible to the naked eye but easily seen with a special cell-phone filter, combined with an app that shines near-infrared light onto the skin. The dye would be expected to last up to five years, according to tests on pig and rat skin and human skin in a dish.
The system—which has not yet been tested in children—would provide quick and easy access to vaccination history. (Source.) Not only does this technology embed medical information into a person’s skin, it will also make vaccine deliveries into the body much easier, so that medical professionals are not even needed to administer the vaccines.
The research, conducted by M.I.T. bioengineers Robert Langer and Ana Jaklenec and their colleagues, uses a patch of tiny needles called microneedles to provide an effective vaccination without a teeth-clenching jab.
Microneedles are embedded in a Band-Aid-like device that is placed on the skin; a skilled nurse or technician is not required. Vaccines delivered with microneedles also may not need to be refrigerated, reducing both the cost and difficulty of delivery, Langer and Jaklenec say. (Source.)
[. . .] The work was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and came about because of a direct request from Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates himself, who has been supporting efforts to wipe out diseases such as polio and measles across the world, Jaklenec says. “If we don’t have good data, it’s really difficult to eradicate disease,” she says. (Source.)
Since this technology will allow anyone to embed medical information directly into a person’s skin that can be simply read with a cell phone and an app, privacy issues are certainly legitimate concerns, and the developers of this technology even acknowledge this:
The approach raises some privacy concerns, says Prausnitz, who helped invent microneedle technology and directs Georgia Tech’s Center for Drug Design, Development and Delivery.
“There may be other concerns that patients have about being ‘tattooed,’ carrying around personal medical information on their bodies or other aspects of this unfamiliar approach to storing medical records,” he says.
“Different people and different cultures will probably feel differently about having an invisible medical tattoo.”
[. . .] News sources such as Health Impact News that dare to publish anything else that questions this narrative are attacked and labeled as “fake news,” even if our sources for documented vaccine injuries and deaths come from the U.S. Government’s own statistics.
“Vaccine hesitancy” is now seen as one of the major threats to public health, and is even labeled as a “mental illness” that needs to be cured. In January of this year (2019) the World Health Organization (WHO) ranked “vaccine hesitancy” as one of the top “Ten Threats to Global Health in 2019.”
While the WHO is mainly funded by membership countries and purchases and delivers vaccines worldwide through member organizations such as the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation contributes more funding for vaccine research and distribution through the Vaccine Alliance GAVI than any single country or other entity, and may even exceed the funding provided by all of them put together.
Read the full article at HealthImpactNews
ME: B”H We Jews IY”H don’t do tattoos. This is a diabolitical plan to have access to ALL CHILDREN who then grow to adulthood, probably increasing the maimed and disabled, including autistic dependents in diapers in need of 24/7 care not to hurt themselves, or do worse. This will also increase the Alzheimer and diabetes inflicted. In a few years more than half of boys in the US will be autistic, if this is not cleaned up.