Dr. Francis Collins (NIH) and Dr. Fauci (NIAID) have funded a malaria vaccine trial study that used genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes to “vaccinate” humans; involved 26 participants bitten

by Paul Alexander

Study involved 26 participants who got three to five “jabs” — or bites from a small box containing 200 GM mosquitoes — over a 30-day period; Genetically modified mosquitoes used as ‘flying syringes'

Sanaria, a company funded in part by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), is closely connected to the research, and the researchers involved in the trial use a gene-editing technology heavily promoted by Bill Gates.

Genetically modified mosquitoes used as ‘flying syringes’


The trial used malaria-causing Plasmodium mosquitoes that were genetically modified to avoid causing sickness in humans to infect participants with a “minor” version of malaria — insufficient to cause severe illness, but enough to make the humans create antibodies.

Dr. Sean Murphy, lead author of the study, told NPR, “We use the mosquitoes like they’re 1,000 small flying syringes.”

Gates’ enthusiasm for gene-editing technology ‘off the charts’

‘One of the novel aspects of the University of Washington trial was that the parasites used were “disarmed” using CRISPR — or Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats — gene editing tools.

CRISPR is described as “a component of bacterial immune systems that can cut DNA” that “has been repurposed as a gene editing tool,” acting “as a precise pair of molecular scissors that can cut a target DNA sequence, directed by a customizable guide” — a piece of RNA with a “guide” sequence that attaches to the target DNA sequence.’