Robert W. Chandler
The Pfizer documents demonstrate a strong signal that women have far more adverse events than males, particularly when considering reproductive organs and function. Primary source material from Pfizer shows a strong, sex-linked Adverse Event (AE) difference.
… Adverse Events occur two and a half times more in women than men …
… Is there some distortion in the reporting mechanism that might explain such a wide difference? Perhaps. Is there some kind of systematic reporting bias? We can only speculate at present.
Alternatively, are there true sex differences in reaction to Pfizer’s LNP/mRNA injections? Are women more prone to having complications after receiving Pfizer’s BNT162b2 vaccine? Perhaps. Is there something about the LNP/mRNA concentration in ovaries that leads to production of more mRNA transcribed Spike or Spike-related proteins that have been shown to be toxic in multiple studies?