(Not A Doctor) Wendy Bell Dispenses Medical Misinformation. Again.


This is reprehensible on so a lot of degrees.

Get a look (thanks WBW for the movie!):

The transcript:

You know someone who dropped a child after finding vaccinated? How a lot of folks
have?

The figures are staggering!

Why isn’t really Tony Fauci talking about this?

Next, on the Wendy Bell Radio Method.

I know four folks personally who had been vaccinated and had miscarriages.

We are going to just leave it there. The destruction is completed.

The noxious Wendy asks “why just isn’t Tony Fauci talking about” the relationship
between the covid vaccine and miscarriage? The very clear implication on Wendy’s
section is that he hasn’t.

But in reality, he has.
Very good Early morning America February 2, 2022:

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s major infectious sickness specialist, reported
Wednesday there is “no evidence” that finding vaccinated towards COVID-19
impairs fertility.

“New information include to past studies that reveal that COVID-19 vaccination
does not negatively impression fertility,” Fauci mentioned in a
briefing by the White Home COVID-19 Response Team, including that vaccination is “recommended for people who are making an attempt to get
pregnant now or may become expecting in the upcoming, as very well as their
partners.” 

That’s only two and a 50 percent months ago, Wendy. How did you miss out on it? How did
your crack group of medical scientists skip it? 

Did you skip
this analyze from the Journal of the American Clinical Association, Wendy?

It is made up of this sentence:

Between females with spontaneous abortions, the odds of COVID-19 vaccine publicity
were not enhanced in the prior 28 times when compared with women with ongoing
pregnancies. 

Or how about
this statement from the American Modern society for Obstetrics and Gynecology?

It contains this paragraph:

Claims linking COVID-19 vaccines to infertility are unfounded and have no
scientific evidence supporting them.
Offered the system of motion and the security profile of the mRNA vaccines in
nonpregnant individuals, COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are not a result in of
infertility. Adenovirus vector vaccines these as the J&J/Janssen COVID-19
vaccine cannot replicate next administration, and available facts
show that it is cleared from tissues next injection. Since it
does not replicate in the cells, the vaccine can’t result in infection or alter
the DNA of a vaccine recipient and is also not a cause of infertility (Evans, 2021,
Morris 2021). On top of that, a growing human body of data display that COVID-19 vaccines do
not negatively affect fertility. In a future cohort examine of couples
hoping to conceive, no significant association involving COVID-19 vaccination in
either husband or wife with fecundability was found (Wesselink 2022). Even more, a review from the Icahn University of Medication at Mount Sinai
investigated fertility results after COVID-19 vaccination, including egg
quality, embryo high quality and development, being pregnant prices, and early
miscarriage.
The review showed no variances in premiums of adverse outcomes in
vaccinated in contrast to unvaccinated people
(Aharon 2022). Hence, ACOG endorses vaccination for all qualified people today who could
think about upcoming pregnancy. [Emphases added.]

Did you miss out on the science, Wendy? Or did you just ignore it?

This, females and gentlemen, is the variance among anecdotal (what Wendy’s pushing) and scientific proof.

The scientific proof displays actuality the anecdotal displays the bias of the speaker.

Wendy Bell is pushing persons absent from the vaccine and in doing so is placing their overall health at risk.





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