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Interview with James Thorp: “What is Pfizer and Moderna hiding from us?” – Aga Wilson Show

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AGA WILSON SHOW. In this interview, Dr. James Thorp, who is a maternal and fetal medicine expert, tells us about the VAERS data related to the COVID-19 vaccines and reproductive health in women.

We talk about why we even vaccinate pregnant women, as this is something that has never been done when a drug is still undergoing trial and testing.

What is Pfizer and Moderna hiding from us?

We get into the menstrual disruptions that have affected thousands of women globally and what could be causing that. How can women recover from these disruptions, and how will this affect reproduction in the future?

Interview and text by Aga Wilson, Aga Wilson Show | NewsVoice.se is an Independent News and Debate Channel

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Aga Wilson
Aga Wilson
Agnieszka "Aga" Wilson is a humanitarian, human rights advocate, and social entrepreneur. Her experience involves working as a global consultant on human rights, policy development, and international training, for non-profits, NGOs, and the United Nations in New York. Wilson holds a Master's of Political Science. She also worked as an adjunct professor at St. John's University teaching on media, communication, and international relations.

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24 juli 2022 kl 17:22

Suveränt, tack så mycket!
Bra att han tar upp Österrike, som börjar kolla på läkarnas del i brottet, att de inte varnat för sprutans innehåll.

Aga Wilson
Aga Wilson
Agnieszka "Aga" Wilson is a humanitarian, human rights advocate, and social entrepreneur. Her experience involves working as a global consultant on human rights, policy development, and international training, for non-profits, NGOs, and the United Nations in New York. Wilson holds a Master's of Political Science. She also worked as an adjunct professor at St. John's University teaching on media, communication, and international relations.