Fertility Concerns for Women with Study by Luongo et al.: “SARS-CoV-2 Infection of Human Ovarian Cells: A Potential Negative Impact on Female Fertility”; Spike Risk to Ovarian Cells (Vax or Infection)

Paul Alexander

The deleterious role of the spike protein induced by COVID vaccine must be centered in this debate given these findings on how the virus gains entry into ovarian cells.

… If the COVID virus can use the spike protein to gain entry via the ACE 2 receptor and it is shown here in ovarian cells etc. (we know that ovaries and endometrium cells contain ACE 2) and thus massive risk for fertility problems in women, then the same synthetic spike protein induced from the COVID injection, can potentially interact with the ACE 2 and cause the reproductive cells to come under attack

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