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No, 44 percent of pregnant women didn’t miscarry after the Pfizer shot

20 August 2022

5:46 AM

20 August 2022

5:46 AM

Feminist author “Dr.” Naomi Wolf is making the rounds with a bombastic new claim that nearly half of pregnant women in a Pfizer vaccine trial miscarried. It’s not true.

Several media outlets have touted Wolf and her analysis, with her blog being shared all over social media. The doctor (of English literature) claims she has 2,500 volunteers and hundreds of lawyers combing recently released Pfizer documents.

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