If you only WATCH ONE VIDEO TODAY – PLEASE WATCH THE FIRST 75 SECONDS OF THIS ONE: Inadvertant intravenous injections >> 445,528 views >> 26 Sept 2021 to understand the importance of good injection technique.

Dr John Campbell says, “[If] a flash of blood appears in the needle hub, withdraw the needle [discard the needle and syringe] and select a new site for injection.”.

Now, imagine you have a son, daughter or grandchild who is going for an injection soon. Did you watch the video? Mostly, the people doing the injections in schools in the UK have NOT BEEN TAUGHT about this simple technique. Is your child competent to explain aspiration to the person holding the syringe? It is safer to wait. Say, “Not today.” and take time to look at risks and benefits.

Lack of aspiration is unlikely to be biggest problem with the use of c-injections. It is however the easiest of all the problems to fix.

Dr John Campbell has made many videos about some of the harm that has been done and still is being done by poor injection technique.

I doubt you have the hours needed to watch all these videos from Dr John, so I will suggest parts to skip and parts to focus on.

Kyle is 29 years old and has suffered through poor injection technique. If you are short of time, I think you’ll find it makes sense and is informative even if you skip the first few minutes: Kyle’s vaccine experience >> 229,313 views >> 21 Oct 2021 >> 41m 51s

At 2m 55s Straight after the injection, “A weird metallic taste in my mouth” – This is a sign the injection has accidentally been introduced to the bloodstream.

At 3m 20s How did you know your heart-rate was high, “I wear a Garmin watch”

At 4m 16s – 5m 10s “You’re going to the hospital. You look like you are going to die.”, “I couldn’t really even walk out of the car.”

At 8mins – “I was diagnosed with pericarditis and arthritis” 

New evidence >> 877,518 views >> 30 Jun 2021








How did all this start? Injections in Denmark >> 130,821 views >> 24 Mar 2021 15m 58s From 1m 10s to 2m 30s – Demo using an orange and then an ink-pot. “The Danes seem to think we are using the wrong injection technique.”

A further report from Denmark: Aspirate to vaccinate! >> 181,563 views >> 15 Apr 2021 At 4m 35s Dr John starts to explain how he became aware the injections were mainly being delivered incorrectly.

This is new. BBC reported on this work, but at no point did the BBC report that these ‘rare’ deaths were associated with how the injection was delivered. The BBC are continuing to deceive many 🙁  Need for vaccine aspiration confirmed, why is this not being done – YouTube   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6hUoosMOuU  

594,832 views     Dec 3, 2021

Ho w different in Germany compared with UK/USA:

“Hi, Dr. John, because of your videos on this subject, I asked the pharmacist to aspirate before she did the booster. She knew what “aspirate” was—said it wasn’t necessary—but promised to do it. My request caused two other technicians to ask the pharmacist what aspirate was and so when it came time for my shot, the pharmacist asked whether it would be okay if the other two could look on so she could demonstrate! As you can imagine, I was happy to be a part of spreading important knowledge! None of this would have happened without you!! Thank you for all you do!!”
M. H.. Germany
“I’m from Germany and I got my third shot on Wednesday, and I asked the nurse about the aspiration, and she was quite surprised I asked – according to her it is absolutely reckless to NOT do it. She didn’t believe me when I told her that it has stopped being common practice in the UK and the US. I was very relieved because I was nervous about bringing it up. Afterwards I researched that the STIKO (the German vaccination commission) has also stopped recommending aspiration in 2016. So, fortunately it seems like the doctors and medical staff I met haven’t heard of that or decided not to follow it.”

Aspiration, more information >> 166,208 views >> 30 Sept 2021 – This one explains a lot about how injection techniques have been changed in recent years, with seemingly reduced interest in care for patients in favour of quicker injections.

Dr Campbell continues to return to the importance of aspiration: Incorrect vaccination? – YouTube   >> 265,036 views >> Nov 5, 2021

– Please watch first 2m 30s – to see it done wrong and then done right in China!

Just one of hundreds of comments left for Dr John Campbell:

“I agree, aspirating makes complete sense. My vaccine nurse did it for me when I asked, at first she said it was not necessary but made a point of explaining how she was pulling back as she injected, she did it skillfully and quickly, and I thanked her, also thank you Dr John for persisting with this important detail on giving a safe vaccine.”

…. I now see that Dr John is featured on mercola.com – however, censorship by the vaccine manufacturers means that is only available there for 48 hours. Hopefully www.sharewellness.co.uk will not be censored before you read this and wake up to the risks of poor injection technique, let alone what is in those injections!


  • Recent research suggests that by not aspirating the needle to make sure the injection is not going into your bloodstream, vaccine administrators may be contributing to vaccine injuries
  • Mice given an mRNA COVID shot intravenously developed myopericarditis, inflammation of the heart and surrounding heart sack
  • Intravenous injections of the mRNA “vaccine” induced visible degeneration and death of heart muscle cells. This damage is likely permanent, as heart cells do not regenerate. The damaged or lost cardiac tissue is simply replaced by scar tissue, which permanently inhibits muscle contraction
  • Intravenous injection also caused calcium deposits on the inner (visceral) layer of the pericardium, a condition that can lead to restrictive pericarditis and diastolic heart failure
  • The mice that received the COVID shot intravenously also had extensively damaged liver cells

At the risk of me being censored here is some of what has been shared by Dr Mercola:

Intravenous Injection Can Induce Myopericarditis

Campbell is referring to a peer-reviewed study2 published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases in mid-August 2021. The researchers acknowledged that myocarditis and pericarditis are known side effects of the mRNA COVID shots, and wanted to determine whether the method of injection might have something to do with it.

To that end, they injected mRNA “vaccine” intravenously into one group of mice, and intramuscularly into another group. A third and fourth group received intravenous and intramuscular injections of normal saline (placebo).

They then compared the clinical manifestations, signs of disease in various tissues, mRNA expression in tissues, and levels of cytokines and troponin in the blood. Cytokines are an essential part of the inflammatory process. They’re also important signaling molecules.

Cytokine levels go up when inflammation is present. When cytokine release goes out of control, you end up with what’s known as a cytokine storm, which can be lethal. Troponin, meanwhile, is a marker for heart damage.3 Elevated levels are indicative of an acute or recent heart attack.

While there were side effects associated with both methods, only the mice injected intravenously went on to develop myopericarditis, i.e., inflammation of the heart and/or heart sack. As detailed by the authors:4

“Though significant weight loss and higher serum cytokine/chemokine levels were found in IM [intramuscular vaccine injection] group at 1 to 2 days post-injection (dpi), only IV [intravenous vaccine injection] group developed histopathological changes of myopericarditis as evidenced by cardiomyocyte degeneration, apoptosis and necrosis with adjacent inflammatory cell infiltration and calcific deposits on visceral pericardium, while evidence of coronary artery or other cardiac pathologies was absent.

SARS-CoV-2 spike antigen expression by immunostaining was occasionally found in infiltrating immune cells of the heart or injection site, in cardiomyocytes and intracardiac vascular endothelial cells, but not skeletal myocytes.

The histological changes of myopericarditis after the first IV-priming dose persisted for 2 weeks and were markedly aggravated by a second IM- or IV-booster dose.

Cardiac tissue mRNA expression of IL-1β, IFN-β, IL-6 and TNF-α increased significantly from 1dpi to 2dpi in IV but not IM group, compatible with presence of myopericarditis in IV group. Ballooning degeneration of hepatocytes was consistently found in IV group.”

‘Grossly Visible Pathology in the Heart’

As noted by Campbell, intravenous injection of the mRNA “vaccine” induced “grossly visible pathology in the heart.” This included visible degeneration, apoptosis and necrosis (cell death) of heart muscle cells.

Naturally, if the cells of your heart are damaged, your heart will be unable to contract properly and this damage will be permanent, as heart cells do not regenerate5 like many other tissues do.

The damaged or lost cardiac tissue is simply replaced by scar tissue, which will permanently inhibit muscle contraction. Intravenous injections of the mRNA “vaccine” also caused calcium deposits on the inner (visceral) layer of the pericardium.

When a tissue is injured, it can become calcified. So, calcification of the visceral pericardium is further evidence that heart damage is occurring. Of course, since the pericardium surrounds your heart, which needs to expand and contract for you to stay alive, calcification — hardening — of this protective sack can be devastating for your health. When this occurs, you can end up with a condition called restrictive pericarditis, which in turn can lead to diastolic heart failure.

Inflammation Found in Many Areas of the Heart

The researchers also found COVID spike antigen inside:

  1. Immune cells found in the heart
  2. Cardiomyocytes
  3. Intracardiac vascular endothelial cells

As explained by Campbell:

“What this means is, because the vaccine was given intravenously, the RNA to make the spike protein went into the blood; it got into the myocardial cells … The myocardial cells produce the spike protein, [they] express that to their cell surface.

Of course, [the spike protein] is a foreign protein, so the body’s immune cells said ‘Oh, foreign protein there!’ and they attacked it, and they attacked the cell, and that’s what caused the inflammation, the myocytes in the myocardium.”

Spike antigen, and therefore inflammation, was also found in the intracardiac vascular endothelial cells, meaning the cells that line the blood vessels of your heart. This damage is what gives rise to blood clots.

Campbell suspects other serious side effects, such as vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT6) might also be related to incorrectly injecting the COVID shots straight into the bloodstream.

Damage Aggravated After Second Dose

After the first dose of mRNA “vaccine” administered intravenously, the changes associated with myocarditis persisted for two weeks. The damage was then “markedly aggravated” after the second dose, whether intravenous or intramuscular.

In other words, if the first dose was given incorrectly into the blood stream, then even if the second dose was administered correctly into the muscle, damage to the heart was still significantly increased after that second dose.

“And of course, this is exactly what we are seeing,” Campbell says. “There is more myopericarditis after the second booster dose than after the first one. That has now been exactly duplicated in this study. We need to change the policy.”

The researchers also discovered cytokines in the heart tissue of the animals injected intravenously, including interleukin (IL)-1 beta, IL-6, interferon beta and tumor necrosis factor (TNF) alpha. All of these cytokines cause inflammation, and you do not want inflammation in your heart.

It’s worth noting that the mice that received intramuscular injections actually had higher cytokine levels in their blood than those in the intravenous group, so inflammation is clearly present regardless of the injection method.

Intravenous Injections Also Damaged the Liver

The mice injected intravenously also had “ballooning degeneration of hepatocytes.” Hepatocytes are liver cells, and they were also extensively damaged. Aside from the heart and the liver, all other organs “appeared normal” in all groups. All of these findings caused the researchers to conclude that:

“Inadvertent intravenous injection of COVID-19 mRNA-vaccines may induce myopericarditis. Brief withdrawal of syringe plunger to exclude blood aspiration may be one possible way to reduce such risk.”

As noted by Campbell, “both Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna have clearly stated that their vaccines should only be given via [the] intramuscular route, not intravenously,” so why are health authorities not making sure the shots are given properly? “It’s just completely unacceptable,” he says.

Curiously enough, the U.K., the U.S. and the World Health Organization all actually specify that you should NOT aspirate the needle, as that will help minimize the pain associated with the injection. “It’s unbelievable,” Campbell says, as these guidelines actually promote preventable injuries.

Adenovirus-Based Shots and Thrombosis

According to Campbell, adenovirus-based COVID shots also need to be injected intramuscularly and not intravenously. Here, the greatest risk associated with intravenous injection appears to be thrombocytopenia (low platelet count, which results in uncontrolled bleeding).

Campbell refers to a 2007 paper7 that looked at adenovirus-induced thrombocytopenia. They concluded that when adenoviral gene transfer vectors are injected directly into the tail vein of mice, thrombocytopenia routinely occurs.

Guidance Needs To Be Updated Immediately

Campbell is now urging his viewers to contact their political representatives and call on them to update the COVID shot guidance. Campbell has written a number of letters himself, one ending up on the desk of Nadhim Zahawi, MP, the British minister for COVID vaccine deployment. In a written reply, Zahawi rebuffs Campbell’s concerns, telling him there’s nothing to worry about:

“From the reports of major thrombosis with concurrent thrombocytopenia, we have not been able to identify any evidence of association with errors in administration in the UK cases.

The very rare clotting condition reported following the administration of the University of Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is thought to be due to an immunological mechanism, rather than the way in which the vaccine is given.

Guidance published by the Public Health England (PHE) states ‘There is no need to pull back the plunger (aspirate) before the plunger is depressed to release the vaccine into the muscle because there are no large blood vessels at the recommended injection sites.’”

As noted by Campbell, of course they haven’t been able to identify evidence of association between thrombocytopenia and incorrect injection, because when you do it wrong, you don’t know it — unless you aspirate. “So, this is just poppycock, what Zahawi has written here,” Campbell says.

He also points out that Zahawi provides no evidence that the blood clotting disorder is in fact due to an immunological mechanism and has nothing to do with the method of injection. Campbell suspects that while there may be an immunological mechanism at work, intravenous injection may also be part of the problem, or it might add to it.

Campbell also highlights the ludicrousness of there not being any significant blood vessels in the deltoid. Tissue that does not have an adequate blood supply will die and fall off in a few days. Of course there are plenty of blood vessels in your deltoid. “If you know someone in power, get them to change the policy,” Campbell says. He tried, but clearly, the political elite are not willing to listen, and will dismiss concerns by actual doctors.