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The Epoch Times: More Adverse Events: It’s Time to Halt COVID Vaccine Recommendations for Pregnant Women
2022-10-12. Emphasis added.
According to the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), pregnant women should be vaccinated against COVID-19. However, the main research work to back up this policy was the influential CDC-sponsored article by Shimabukuro et al. (2021), published in the New England Journal of Medicine, which has been corrected after wide criticism. In the published correction, the authors stated that “No denominator was available to calculate a risk estimate for spontaneous abortions because, at the time of this report, follow-up through 20 weeks was not yet available for 905 of the 1224 participants vaccinated within 30 days before the first day of the last menstrual period or in the first trimester. Furthermore, any risk estimate would need to account for the gestational week–specific risk of spontaneous abortion.”
Therefore, there is essentially little assurance of the COVID-19 vaccine safety on women during pregnancy, particularly for those exposed in early pregnancy in their first trimester. But the article’s abstract and conclusions did not reflect the correction regarding the risks in the first trimester, and neither did CDC change its policy accordingly.
Although many doctors have called for a halt to COVID-19 vaccination for pregnant women since last year, the CDC and FDA have never responded to this officially. Recently, in an educational conference hosted by Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC Alliance), Dr. James Thorp, a renowned obstetrician, and gynecologist, presented additional observations regarding some vaccine-related risks for pregnant mothers, their fetuses, and even newborn babies when taking milk from vaccinated mothers. Some of his patients have also come to him for help after experiencing different side effects after their vaccination.
Therefore, national legislators of health policies should consider the conservative approach of not recommending COVID-19 vaccination to pregnant individuals, until reliable long-term safety data become available. It is time to halt the recommendation of COVID-19 vaccines, including all the booster shots, to pregnant women. The medical field and health agencies should still adhere to the fundamental ethical principle of “Do No Harms.”
WIND: child abuse even before the child has a chance. To proceed when there is poor or no data is wildly irresponsible, turning to evil when it becomes government policy/guidance which most doctors will follow (favoring their careers over the health of their patients).