An email recently shared with The Epoch Times that was sent out to the healthcare staff of a hospital system in Fresno, California, reported an increase in “demise patients,” or stillbirths, that is expected to continue, according to the email.
“There were 22 demise patients in August , which ties the record number of demises in July 2021, and so far in September there have been 7 and it’s only the 8th day of the month,” a managing nurse wrote.
The managing nurse went on to write that she hopes the “trend doesn’t continue indefinitely.”
“I know of a few more that are scheduled to deliver in the week ahead, so unfortunately the process is going to be very familiar with all of you,” the managing nurse said.
The staff member who leaked the email told The Epoch Times that since the rollout of the vaccines, the fetal death (stillbirth rate) has skyrocketed from its pre-COVID-19 vaccine average of one to two every three months in her hospital alone.
The staff member spoke to The Epoch Times on condition of anonymity due to fear of losing their job.
The Epoch Times reached out to the head nurse who wrote the email to request a statement on why there has been a rise in what she called "demise patients," but there has been no response.
'Extreme Danger Signal'Dr. James Thorp, a Florida-based OB-GYN who specializes in maternal-fetal medicine, told The Epoch Times that the content of the email is consistent with worldwide data he’s reviewed.
The study called for a moratorium on the use of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy.
Using 22 stillbirths observed in July 2021 and August 2022, the adjusted stillbirth rates per 1,000 births are depicted on the graph with red triangles (29.3 per 1,000).
"This is clearly an extreme danger signal," Thorp said. "The statistical probability of this occurring by chance alone is zero, and this could potentially be likened to a very rare 20-sigma event."
Thorp pointed to the medical boards that have been promoting the COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant women as safe while those same boards denounced other early-treatment options such as ivermectin as misinformation.
The ABOG, ABMS, and FSMB did not respond to The Epoch Times' request for comment.
'Completely Safe for Pregnant Women'In 2021, the medical community, along with media outlets, acted in a coordinated effort to push the vaccine that they said was “safe and effective,” despite the fact that it had only been released that year.
More specifically, she said the COVID-19 vaccines don't cause miscarriages.
The Epoch Times reached out to Associates in Women’s Health to get a statement from Thomas on what she’s seen in terms of stillbirths since the COVID-19 vaccines were introduced and if she's changed her medical opinion, but neither Thomas nor the hospital have responded.