New evidence is showing that the mRNA vaccines may reprogram the immune system in ways that are permissive for cancer growth. Even more worrying, this new modeling study shows that the spike protein has a high affinity for the anti-cancer proteins, p53 and BRCA 1/2. These data show that it is likely that the spike protein (produced by the vaccines) may be binding to and inactivating these tumor-suppressor genes in the body. p53 is perhaps the gene whose activity is the most important in the body for preventing cancer. Its role is to make sure that all damage to DNA has been properly repaired prior to cell division. If damage is too extensive to be repaired, it signals the cell to commit suicide. BRCA 1/2 play a similar role in breast tissue. Clearly, the inactivation of these genes will lead to cells with DNA mutations continuing to divide and prosper, one of the most important steps in the development of cancer. More research to determine if these interactions are actually taking place in the cells of people with Covid or who have been vaccinated is urgently needed.