- May 6, 2016
It may not affect the vast majority - until if affects one near you (my brother-in-law as an example - heart issues)Could be, eh?
COVID-19 vaccines don’t affect ovaries or fertility in general; the vaccines are highly effective at preventing illness and deathReal-world evidence shows that the COVID-19 RNA vaccines are highly effective at preventing illness and death. There is evidence indicating that spike protein during infection can lead to damage, but this isn’t representative of the situation in vaccination. The level of spike protein generated...healthfeedback.org
Enough people have been vaccinated in recent times that harm form the "spike proteins" on various organs might start to show up.
Those that don't get vaccinated can try and push back while they live as second class citizens. That is an option, at least in the DR.
FYI the numbers you posted are from Pfizer's own Bio-Distribution study.