Will the COVID-19 Vaccine Cause Infertility in Women?

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Dr. Michael Yeadon, a researcher who was employed with Pfizer until 2011, and German doctor Wolfgang Wodard, sent a petition to the European Medicines Agency, asking the EMA to stop clinical trials of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. The doctors said the vaccine might block a protein that is crucial in the formation of the placenta, and they said it could “result in vaccinated women essentially becoming infertile.” Pfizer responded that there is no data to show that the vaccine will cause infertility – which probably is true because no long-term studies on this issue have been conducted. It is easy not to find something if one doesn’t look for it. Pfizer also said there is no difference in the outcomes of pregnancies with and without SARS-CoV-2 infection, which is a distraction, because it has nothing to do with the question about the effect of the vaccines on the outcome of pregnancy.

[This report dismisses just about every concern there is over the accuracy of the official pandemic narrative. In our opinion, however, the concerns (which are described as conspiracy theories in this report) are totally justified. This issue is more important than one might suppose inasmuch as there is a large body of evidence that one of the specifications in the design of vaccines has been population reduction.] -GEG

As federal regulators decide this week whether to grant the first approval of a COVID-19 vaccine in the United States, stories are swirling on the internet about the safety and potential side effects of the vaccine.

The stories – some of them promoted by anti-vaccine websites and COVID-19 conspiracy blogs –  are raising concerns and apprehension about a vaccine that could be distributed to thousands of hospitals, clinics and nursing homes within the next few weeks.

 

The 13News VERIFY inbox is full of questions about one of the claims now spreading quickly on social media. 

The Facebook post states a head researcher for vaccine manufacturer Pfizer has issued a warning that the company’s new COVID-19 vaccine would cause sterilization in women.  

Here’s what we know about that social media post:

The researcher mentioned in the post no longer works for Pfizer. Michael Yeadon says he worked for the company until 2011 in the allergy and respiratory research unit, according to the British doctor’s LinkedIn profile. (Pfizer would not comment to 13News when asked to confirm Yeadon’s past employment.)

Yeadon, along with German doctor Wolfgang Wodard, recently sent a petition to the European Medicines Agency, asking the EMA to stop clinical trials of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. They said the vaccine might block a protein that is crucial in the formation of a placenta, and the doctors claimed that could “result in vaccinated women essentially becoming infertile.” 

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Ed
Ed
4 months ago

For heir Gates ? This is right up his “agenda alley.”