The Big Pharma conspiracy theory

The Big Pharma conspiracy theory is a group of conspiracy theories that claim that the medical community in general and pharmaceutical companies in particular, especially large corporations, operate for sinister purposes and against the public good, and that they conceal effective treatments, or even cause and worsen a wide range of diseases.

Now the GRAPHENE JOB seems a major hit. The claim is that graphene oxides in the form of nano particles are part of ingredients of several COVID-19 VAX.

In the meanwhile, however, the Graphene propaganda has been launched. See here: (Ecco Perché il Grafene é Il Materiale Del Futuro)

Let’s see some of the scientific, most powerful (and very convincing) proofs.

1) Toxicity of graphene-family nanoparticles: a general review of the origins and mechanisms

Particle and Fibre Toxicology volume 13, Article number: 57 (2016) Cite this article


In the past few years, GFNs have been widely utilized in a wide range of technological and biomedical fields. Currently, most experiments have focused on the toxicity of GFNs in the lungs and livers. Therefore, studies of brain injury or neurotoxicity deserve more attention in the future. Many experiments have shown that GFNs have toxic side effects in many biological applications, but the in-depth study of toxicity mechanisms is urgently needed. In addition, contrasting results regarding the toxicity of GFNs need to be addressed by effective experimental methods and systematic studies. This review provides an overview of the toxicity of GFNs by summarizing the toxicokinetics, toxicity mechanisms and influencing factors and aimed to provide information to facilitate thorough research on the in vitro and in vivo haemo- and biocompatibility of GFNs in the future. This review will help address safety concerns before the clinical and therapeutic applications of GFNs, which will be important for further development of GFNs in biological applications.

2) Graphene makes sensitive COVID-19 detector, 23 June 2021

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) have successfully used graphene – one of the strongest, thinnest known materials – to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus in laboratory experiments. The researchers say their discovery could be a breakthrough in coronavirus detection, with potential applications in the fight against COVID-19 and its variants.

In experiments, researchers combined sheets of graphene with an antibody designed to target the infamous spike protein on the coronavirus. They then measured the atomic-level vibrations of these graphene sheets when exposed to COVID-positive and COVID-negative samples in artificial saliva. These sheets were also tested in the presence of other coronaviruses, like Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS-CoV).

The UIC researchers found that the vibrations of the antibody-coupled graphene sheet changed when treated with a COVID-positive sample, but not when treated with a COVID-negative sample or with other coronaviruses. These vibrational changes, measured with a device called a Raman spectrometer, were evident in under five minutes. The researchers report their findings in a paper in ACS Nano.


There is no conclusive evidence that the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine contains graphene oxide.


Claims that a study from the University of Almería in Spain found graphene oxide in the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine have been circulating in Spanish-language Telegram channels for weeks. These claims gained force in late June 2021 when microscopy images allegedly comparing graphene oxide and the contents of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine from a research study were posted on a Telegram channel. The claims have now spread through a number of social media platforms, such as TikTok and Facebook, and in a number of languages including Portuguese and now English.  

As part of the #CoronaVirusFacts Alliance led by the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN), which “unites more than 100 fact-checkers around the world in publishing, sharing and translating facts surrounding the new coronavirus”, Health Feedback has translated the fact-check for this claim, published by Spanish fact-checking organization, a fellow signatory of the IFCN code of principles.