Dr. Michael Yeadon, the former vice-president of the pharmaceutical laboratory Pfizer, has once again issued a warning about the danger of the experimental vaccine against the CCP virus (COVID-19), pointing out that women of childbearing age should reject this Covid-19 gene therapy altogether.

During an online lecture he gave on Wednesday, August 4, the former Pfizer vice president discussed recent findings indicating that the experimental COVID-19 vaccines induce an autoimmune attack on the placenta by targeting the woman’s ovaries.

Dr. Yeadon has a BS in biochemistry and toxicology and a Ph.D. in respiratory pharmacology. He retired in 2011 from the position of vice president and chief scientist for allergy and respiratory at Pfizer, having worked in the pharmaceutical industry for 32 years. 

After his retirement, he founded his own biotech company, Ziarco, which in 2017 was sold to Novartis, the world’s largest pharmaceutical laboratory. Today he is one of the scientists warning about the serious adverse effects caused by the CCP virus vaccine.

At the recent conference organized by LifeSite in conjunction with The Truth For Health Foundation called “Stop the Shot,” Dr. Yeadon explained why young women and women of childbearing age should refuse the COVID vaccination.

He first pointed out that “You never give inappropriately tested drugs or medicinal products to a pregnant woman,” emphasizing that this is exactly what is now being done with the experimental CCP virus vaccine.

“Our government is urging pregnant women, and women of childbearing age, to get vaccinated. And they’re telling them they’re safe. And that’s a lie because those studies have simply not been done,” adding that, “There’s been potentially hundreds of millions of women of child-bearing potential [injected] with products which are untested in terms of impacts on fertilization and development of the baby.”

“That’s bad enough because what that tells me is that there’s recklessness. No one cares. The authorities do not care what happens,” he said.

Citing a recent “biodistribution study,” granted by the Japanese drug regulatory agency due to a freedom of information request, in which lab rats were used to analyze the distribution of the vaccine in the body, Yeadon explained that it was observed how the injected substance concentrates in the ovaries, and “it concentrates in ovaries of rats, and it concentrates at least 20-fold over the concentration in other background tissues like muscles,” he said.

“You don’t want this product in your ovaries. It’s simply not necessary to induce immunity to have a vaccine in your ovaries. And, as it’s concentrating in the ovaries, getting higher concentrations over time, they have not even defined what the maximum levels are or when that occurs,” Yeadon emphasized.

The former Pfizer board member said it could be assumed that what was observed in the rat is what is happening in humans, so, at this point, he assumes that all the women who were injected with these vaccines have high concentrations of it in their ovaries.  

“It’s very worrying,” he lamented, explaining that it is not known what the consequences will be, but that it cannot be benign and could be seriously harmful, as these vaccines will then lead to expression of the coronavirus spike protein, which is already known to produce adverse effects. 

In December 2020, Dr. Yeadon referred one of his major concerns about the spike protein to the European Medicines Agency to study its potential impact on women’s fertility. As he explained, the protein is slightly similar to an essential protein in the placenta, which is necessary for fertilization and the placenta’s formation and maintenance.

Yeadon’s request was ignored, but, he says, “a few weeks ago a study was published and it says exactly what I was concerned about.”

He explained that results drawn from 15 women who were given the Pfizer vaccine found that they had a 300% increase in antibodies against their own placenta in the first four days. “So, I’m sorry to say this, but that is a vaccine-induced autoimmune attack on their own placenta,” he said.

He concluded, “So, I’m here to warn you that if you are of childbearing potential, or younger, not at menopause, I would strongly recommend you do not accept these vaccines.”