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April 29, 2022

(Not A Doctor) Wendy Bell Dispenses Medical Misinformation. Again.

This is reprehensible on so many levels.

Take a look (thanks WBW for the video!):

The transcript:

You know somebody who lost a baby after getting vaccinated? How many people have?

The numbers are staggering!

Why isn't Tony Fauci talking about this?

Next, on the Wendy Bell Radio Program.

I know four people personally who were vaccinated and had miscarriages.

We'll just leave it there. The damage is done.

The noxious Wendy asks "why isn't Tony Fauci talking about" the connection between the covid vaccine and miscarriage? The clear implication on Wendy's part is that he hasn't.

But in reality, he has. Good Morning America February 2, 2022:

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease specialist, said Wednesday there is "no evidence" that getting vaccinated against COVID-19 impairs fertility.

"New data add to previous studies that indicate that COVID-19 vaccination does not negatively impact fertility," Fauci said in a briefing by the White House COVID-19 Response Team, adding that vaccination is "recommended for people who are trying to get pregnant now or might become pregnant in the future, as well as their partners." 

That's only two and a half months ago, Wendy. How did you miss it? How did your crack team of medical researchers miss it? 

Did you miss this study from the Journal of the American Medical Association, Wendy?

It contains this sentence:

Among women with spontaneous abortions, the odds of COVID-19 vaccine exposure were not increased in the prior 28 days compared with women with ongoing pregnancies. 

Or how about this statement from the American Society for Obstetrics and Gynecology?

It contains this paragraph:

Claims linking COVID-19 vaccines to infertility are unfounded and have no scientific evidence supporting them. Given the mechanism of action and the safety profile of the mRNA vaccines in nonpregnant individuals, COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are not a cause of infertility. Adenovirus vector vaccines such as the J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine cannot replicate following administration, and available data demonstrate that it is cleared from tissues following injection. Because it does not replicate in the cells, the vaccine cannot cause infection or alter the DNA of a vaccine recipient and is also not a cause of infertility (Evans, 2021, Morris 2021). Additionally, a growing body of data demonstrate that COVID-19 vaccines do not negatively impact fertility. In a prospective cohort study of couples trying to conceive, no meaningful association between COVID-19 vaccination in either partner with fecundability was found (Wesselink 2022). Further, a study from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai investigated fertility outcomes after COVID-19 vaccination, including egg quality, embryo quality and development, pregnancy rates, and early miscarriage. The study showed no differences in rates of adverse outcomes in vaccinated compared to unvaccinated patients (Aharon 2022). Therefore, ACOG recommends vaccination for all eligible people who may consider future pregnancy. [Emphases added.]

Did you miss the science, Wendy? Or did you just ignore it?

This, ladies and gentlemen, is the difference between anecdotal (what Wendy's pushing) and scientific evidence.

The scientific evidence reflects reality the anecdotal reflects the bias of the speaker.

Wendy Bell is pushing people away from the vaccine and in doing so is putting their health at risk.