Sixty-six doctors, scientists and clinical practitioners have just penned an open letter to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) and the U.K. Health Security Agency (UKHSA) expressing concerns about “ignoring safety signals” related to COVID-19 vaccinations in pregnancy.
The full letter pdf, which includes considerable raw data, can be downloaded here ( Safety Concerns re_ Covid-19 Vaccinations In Pregnancy – HART), and I have extracted the summary concerns, just below, followed by a Table from a VAERS search conducted this morning revealing 7 reports of first trimester miscarriages following covid-19 mRNA vaccination among Rhode Island women which merit serious follow-up investigations by RIDOH’s “Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Unit”
“Obstetricians and gynaecologists in the U.K. have put their faith in and adjusted their practice according to guidance from their Royal College (RCOG). However, recent advice from the RCOG has been in complete contradiction to everything that it itself and academic institutions have been teaching about evidence-based medicine. This advice is that: COVID-19 vaccines are not only safe but strongly recommended for pregnant women. Such advice is not grounded in robust data based on ethically conducted research – and anyone who is medically and academically trained should take serious issue with this… If we continue to ignore these safety signals, we are not doing our due diligence to protect patients from harm. According to the principles of Good Medical Practice outlined by the General Medical Council, we are supposed to take action when we are concerned about compromised patient safety. We are not just concerned but deeply disturbed and alarmed at the widespread distortion of science and the blatant omissions in the process of bringing a newly developed pharmaceutical product to market. We have a collective duty to restore the principles of medical ethics to our practice and to clinical research to protect the most vulnerable groups from harm, and this includes pregnant women and their babies. In the absence of data on long-term outcomes of mRNA COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy for either women or their infants, vaccination of pregnant women should be paused while a full safety enquiry is conducted and until results of long-term studies on animals as well as pregnant women and their offspring firmly and unequivocally establish that the benefits of vaccination clearly outweigh the risks to both mothers and babies.”