Government Funding Influenced Official Recommendation for Covid Shots in Pregnant Women

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) has been criticized for recommending COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant women despite mounting evidence of potential risks.

Reform Pharma, an initiative by Children’s Health Defense (CHD), sent a letter to ACOG outlining the scientific research highlighting the dangers of the vaccines.

The letter also addressed the grant money ACOG accepted from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which required the organization to comply with the CDC’s guidance on vaccine endorsement during pregnancy.

Reform Pharma demanded that ACOG end its recommendation of COVID-19 vaccination for pregnant women and explain why it continued to push the shots.

However, ACOG failed to respond and even blocked Reform Pharma’s follow-up email.

Reform Pharma accuses ACOG of prioritizing financial gain over the health of pregnant women and their unborn babies.

ACOG is described as a powerful organization that dominates maternal-fetal health and is influenced by Big Pharma and public health agencies.

The collaboration between ACOG and these organizations raises concerns about the influence of pharmaceutical companies and the lack of informed consent for patients.

Reform Pharma aims to expose ACOG’s corruption and restore integrity to the U.S. healthcare system.

The organization has provided extensive scientific evidence demonstrating the risks of COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant women, but ACOG seems to rely on the word of pharmaceutical companies and regulatory agencies rather than conducting its own investigation.

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By Kate Stephenson
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