Head Of Pfizer Research Never Said Covid-19 Vaccine Is Female Sterilization

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By Olumide Akinlaja December 08, 2020

A blogpost shared by Health and Money News features two doctors — Dr. Wodarg and Dr. Yeadon — with the claim that the COVID-19 Vaccine is female sterilizing. It was reported that the vaccine could form an immune response against a spike protein called syncytin-1, thereby training the female body to infertility. But who among the two doctors is the Head of Pfizer Research?

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Wodarg is a German physician and politician for SPD. He gained notoriety when he made an unfounded claim about SARS-CoV-2, which was later found to be misleading. Yeadon, on the other hand, once worked for Pfizer but left in 2011. He's profiled by Lockdown Sceptics to be the Vice President and Chief Scientist for Allergy and Respiratory at Pfizer. None of them is or has been the Head of Pfizer Research.

Wodarg and Yeadon together filed a petition to the European Medicine Agency responsible for EU-wide drug approval, for the immediate suspension of all SARS CoV 2 vaccine studies, in particular the BioNtech/Pfizer study on BNT162b.

The claim on the website attributed to the Head of Pfizer Research was for click baits. The current Head of Pfizer Research, as it stands, is Mikael Dolsten, and he never mentioned anything like that. The consequence of click-baiting posts is that readers might only get to read the titles, descriptions, and thumbnails, without reading the news, and base their decisions upon them.

Contrary to what the blogpost claims about female sterilization, the petition filed by Wodarg and Yeadon did not put it as a statement of fact, but rather as a query to check the vaccine's make-up and ethical efficacy.

Section C, point XI of the petition goes thus: "There is no indication whether antibodies against spike proteins of SARS viruses would also act like anti-Syncytin-1 antibodies. However, if this were to be the case this would then also prevent the formation of a placenta which would result in vaccinated women essentially becoming infertile."

This was not a statement of fact, but a form of checks and balances. Regardless, Public Health Officials in the UK had long recommended Pfizer's vaccines after clinical trials involving tens of thousands of volunteers showed it was 95% effective and turned up no serious side effects. Therefore, the vaccines have been proven to be ideal for consumption and meet all ethical concerns. The blogpost is thus false and misleading.

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