Two highly qualified medical experts want people to know about potential negative health effects from COVID vaccines” I am EXTREMELY concerned about the impact current Covid-19 vaccines will have”
German Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, Ph.D., DVM and American Dr. Hooman Noorchashm MD, Ph.D. are both ringing alarm bells regarding potential harmful health issues from COVID-19 vaccinations.
Dr. Vanden Bossche is a vaccine research specialist who has worked on vaccine discovery and preclinical research, with groups such as GSK, Novartis, Solvay Biologicals, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
He also coordinated the Ebola vaccine program for the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization GAVI.
The doctor is not exactly what one might call a crazy, anti-vaxxer conspiracy theorist.
Dr. Vanden Bossche published a document last week after attending a Vaccine Summit in Ohio.
In the paper, which he sent to the World Health Organization, he makes a case to stop mass vaccinating people for COVID-19.
The vaccine expert explained, “I am EXTREMELY concerned about the impact current COVID-19 vaccines will have when increasingly deployed in mass vaccination campaigns conducted in the heat of a pandemic.”
“The more we use these vaccines for immunizing people in the midst of a pandemic, the more infectious the virus will become,” the doctor argued.
“One could only think of very few other strategies to achieve the same level of efficiency in turning a relatively harmless virus into a bioweapon of mass destruction,” he warned.
Meanwhile, medical doctor and immunologist Dr. Hooman Noorchashm is reaching out to the Benedictine Sisters of St. Walburg in Kentucky to ask that they think twice about taking their second round of the COVID vaccine.
After learning three nuns at the convent passed away days after receiving the first dose of the COVID shot, Dr. Noorchashm decided he was “duty-bound as a physician-immunologist” to inform the sisters of his “high level of concern and alarm” for their safety.
Not only did some of the nuns die within days of the vaccinations, but 80% of them tested positive for COVID just two days later.
Dr. Noorchashm notes CDC guidelines for administration of the COVID-19 vaccine say “vaccination of persons with KNOWN current SARS-CoV-2 infection should be deferred.“
As the medical establishment has made clear, many people have mildly symptomatic or asymptomatic infections.
The Pennsylvania doctor does say that typically, a “young and healthy person with an UNKNOWN infection would tolerate any vaccine-related inflammatory reaction well.”
That does not apply to the the elderly and frail, especially those with underlying cardiovascular disease.
Therefore, the doctor argues the CDC change the language of their contraindication to read, “vaccination of persons with KNOWN or SUSPECTED current SARS-CoV-2 infection should be deferred.”
“Adding these two words, ‘or SUSPECTED’, to your regulatory language would free physicians to evaluate their patients more carefully and patients to choose,” he explained.
Will these credible experts be able to share their alternative opinions on COVID vaccines on major media outlets?
Don’t hold your breath.
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