New pharmacovigilance data associated with the use of the COVID-19 vaccines in women of reproductive age have prompted a group of doctors to call for a ban on the gene therapy vaccines.
VAERS is a database in which people file reports of adverse events following vaccination. The database is managed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
- Abnormal uterine bleeding (menstrual irregularity), 1,000 times greater than for influenza vaccines
- Miscarriages, 50 times greater
- Fetal chromosomal abnormalities, 100 times greater
- Fetal malformation, 50 times greater
- Fetal cystic hygroma (a major malformation), 90 times greater
- Fetal cardiac disorders, 40 times greater
- Fetal arrhythmia, 50 times greater
- Fetal cardiac arrest, 200 times greater
- Fetal vascular malperfusion, 100 times greater
- Fetal growth abnormalities, 40 times greater
- Fetal abnormal surveillance tests, 20 times greater
- Fetal placental thrombosis, 70 times greater
Lack of Safety TestingRegarding the VAERS data, vaccinologist Dr. Robert Malone, a key contributor of messenger RNA (mRNA) technology, told The Epoch Times on July 21: "The risky strategy of authorizing the emergency use of mRNA 'vaccine' products prior to completion of rigorous nonclinical animal testing for reproductive and genotoxicity risks, followed by advocacy of widespread use in pregnancy, now appears to have resulted in substantial and avoidable reproductive toxicity.
"Prior nonclinical [animal model] data from the Pfizer emergency use authorization [EUA] data package, together with the absence of adequate data and testing of safety during pregnancy, have resulted in avoidable reproductive and fetal toxicities."
He stressed that expectant mothers should avoid the "experimental" COVID vaccines and that their infants shouldn’t be injected with them.
"These new VAERS data and analyses demonstrate that both reproductive-aged mothers and their infants have been damaged by accepting unlicensed, inadequately tested, emergency use authorized genetic vaccines," Malone said.
Rose told The Epoch Times that Thorp's analysis aligns perfectly with hers.
"I do believe it is not only important, but necessary to pull these products from pregnant/breastfeeding women and infants since there is no long-term safety data, and the short-term data look bad,” she said.
“As per both Moderna and Pfizer's safety documents presented to VRBPAC [Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee] pre-EUA granting for 0- to 4-year-olds, this applies. They both showed terrible risk."
Dr. Christiane Northrup, a former fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, also stands by the analysis.
"Having been on the front lines of the DES [diethylstilbestrol] disaster as a young OB-GYN, I am astounded that we are repeating the same kind of mistake but on a far more devastating level,” Northrup told The Epoch Times.
“COVID-19 shots must be stopped immediately in all pregnant women before further damage is done to the next generation."
Thorp said that the adverse outcomes he recorded in his analysis are statistically significant.
"The probability of these adverse outcomes occurring by chance alone is less than 1 in 10,000. It was incumbent upon the COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers, the FDA, CDC, [American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists], Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, and American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology to have demanded this safety data prior to pushing these dangerous 'vaccines' in pregnancy," he said.
"These institutions have violated the golden rule of pregnancy: new substances, be it nutraceuticals, drugs, or vaccines, have never been allowed in pregnancy until long-term outcome data are available.
“Now, the COVID-19 vaccines make prior obstetrical disasters of [DES] and thalidomide look like prenatal vitamins.
“I am calling for a worldwide ban and moratorium on the use of any experimental gene therapy and/or COVID-19 'vaccines' in pregnancy until long-term safety data are irrefutable."
It's estimated that VAERS, a voluntary reporting system, accounts for only 1 percent of all vaccine injuries, according to the OpenVAERS project.
Both the VAERS official website and OpenVAERS feature a disclaimer stating that the reports alone can't be used to determine whether a vaccine is actually causing or contributing to an illness or adverse event.