Twitter suspends doctor for sharing study showing Pfizer vaccine affects semen | chirp

Twitter has blocked the account of a doctor who shared a study showing men were co-vaccinated against Covid-19 Pfizer have lower semen levels and a decrease in the number of motile sperm.

dr Andrew Bostom of Brown University’s Center for Health Care and Prevention presented this study on June 19.

Twitter shared Dr. Boston reports that this post violates their policy “Spreading Misleading and Potentially Dangerous Information About Covid-19”according to a post verified by epoch times. The account of Dr. Boston has been banned because of this post.

“This appears to be part of a general policy of silencing open discussion”said dr boston epoch times.

Twitter did not respond to a request for comment.

The contribution of Dr. Bostom included a link to the Israeli study, which is based on work done on semen and semen from men who had received one or two doses of the Pfizer vaccine.

The study was published online before being published in the journal andrology.

The researchers found that the men had lower semen concentrations and sperm counts after vaccination.

According to them, the issues were resolved after 150 days, but the numbers presented in the article actually suggest otherwise. The authors stated that the values “did not reach statistical significance”.

In his article, Dr. Bostom that the primary immunization is done with the Pfizer vaccine “transiently affects sperm concentration and total sperm count in sperm donors, with apparent recovery after about 5 months, but there are no data on the effect of booster vaccination”.

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“I sort of understood what they were really showing, which is that some of the measures, whether it was count or agility, were still low.”said dr boston epoch times. “And I used their terminology … I didn’t do anything to highlight their findings.”.

The authors said they excluded men who received a booster shot.

“I was just pointing out that if this phenomenon occurred in the first batch of vaccinations, if we were to withdraw these people, if we had the information about the sperm donors after a recall, we could see a new period of decline. Perhaps they would be more affected – who knows? Would they be less affected? Does the effect last longer? We just don’t have any data on that.”said dr boston “So that’s the only other point I made in my tweet – that we just don’t know what the impact of the recalls might be. I don’t understand why the topic has generated so many reactions. »

At least one other personality shared the study without being sanctioned.

The cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough shared a screenshot of the article on Twitter.epoch times on the results of the study and a picture from the study showing that sperm concentration and sperm count remained lower in men when analyzed 150 days or more after administration of the vaccine.

“The indiscriminate use rather than the deployment of a targeted, risk-structured investigational biologic has raised a myriad of concerns. Never use a brand new experimental biological substance on a large scale in a large population without a risk assessment.writes dr. McCullough. “This product has raised concerns among young men when used excessively. »

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