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On the CDC's website, there is a page for COVID-19 vaccines and their effect on pregnancy. The bullet points on the page cite a total of 22 studies, including studies from the manufacturers, to illustrate why the CDC says COVID-19 vaccination “during pregnancy is safe, effective and beneficial to both mother and baby.” But is that the truth? Have the CDC and FDA been ignoring an extremely dangerous warning signal from this data?
The CDC says that "studies in animals receiving a Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech or Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen (J&J/Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine before or during pregnancy, found no safety concerns in pregnant animals or their babies.” There is no footnote number after that sentence, and that’s because there are no published studies available to reference—meaning, these animal studies were performed privately by the vaccine manufacturers. The results were then submitted confidentially to the FDA to get the vaccine on the market. But after the jabs got approved, the animal trial results were still not available to the public, until the Judicial Watch obtained Moderna’s animal trial test results through the Freedom of Information Act. The Epoch Times was able to review a portion of that document.
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