“It is profoundly unethical to give a completely novel compound to pregnant women on a mass scale without the strict protocols of clinical research to just see what happens and then pretend that this is science,” write the doctors in a letter.
- 66 professionals wrote an open letter to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), and the U.K. Health Security Agency (UKHSA) regarding the lack of safety data for COVID-19 vaccine distribution to women.
- The letter discusses apparent contradictions between the medical institutions’ protocols with their actions.
- The authors purported that COVID vaccine studies violated medical ethics by suppressing adverse reactions and applying “conclusions of a prematurely ended trial” to specific groups, such as pregnant women.
- Writers also called upon the fact that there “are no reliable statistics” available for a proper analysis, as previous studies have been incorrectly interpreted.
- For example, the letter mentioned a study suggesting that COVID vaccines “have a good safety profile in pregnancy” but pointed out the study was based on a post-vaccine period of just one week, not nearly enough time to formulate a reliable, effective conclusion.
- The doctors added that mRNA from COVID vaccines could be found in nursing mothers’ breast milk and could even alter their immune system.
- For breastfed babies, the doctors described in the letter that 7.1% of infants experienced adverse reactions from their mother’s milk due to COVID vaccines.
- The study then detailed “unexplained phenomena” such as the significant decline in births in highly vaccinated European countries in the first half of 2022.
FROM THE LETTER:
- The professionals are “deeply disturbed and alarmed at the widespread distortion of science and the blatant omissions” of integral safety information for the sake of producing a mass-distributed pharmaceutical product.
- “We have a collective duty to restore the principles of medical ethics to our practice and to clinical research to protect the most vulnerable groups from harm,” they wrote, adding that “this includes pregnant women and their babies.”
- The number of pregnancy-related issues following the administration of a Covid vaccine is “extremely concerning” in comparison to the flu shot.
- The pregnancy abnormalities associated with Covid vaccines include: “miscarriages, fetal chromosomal abnormalities, fetal malformation, fetal cystic hygroma, fetal cardiac disorders, fetal arrhythmia, fetal cardiac arrest, fetal vascular mal-perfusion, fetal growth abnormalities, fetal abnormal surveillance, fetal placental thrombosis, low amniotic fluid, and fetal death and stillbirth.”
- The doctors also cited information presented by vaccine manufacturer, Pfizer, saying its own studies “showed that the lipid nanoparticles used to carry the mRNA are distributed to and accumulate in the ovaries at significant concentrations,” therefore affecting pregnancies in some capacity, although long-term research has not yet been completed.
- American Faith reported that women’s periods were affected by COVID vaccines, with 20,000 women filing complaints.
- Britain’s Department of Health and Social Care rejected Pfizer’s Covid vaccine for pregnant women due to “the absence of reproductive toxicity data.”
- Following the Monkeypox vaccine, women were “advised to avoid becoming pregnant,” some suffering a “spontaneous abortion.”