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On the latest episode of CHD.TV’s “CHD Weekly Q&A” hosts Polly Tommey, Brian Hooker, Mary Holland and Megan Redshaw invited Dr. Elizabeth Mumper, president and CEO of the RIMLAND Center for Integrative Medicine, to talk about the unvaccinated experiencing COVID vaccine adverse reactions when exposed to people who took the vaccine.

Mumper and the show’s hosts discussed reports of unvaccinated people experiencing headaches, nosebleeds and menstrual changes around COVID-vaccinated people.

“Assuming people are reporting these symptoms, and doing so in good faith, we as the medical community have a duty to try to figure out what is going on,” Mumper said.

Hooker explained (starts at 10:30) in detail the transmission of a small, subcellular particle called an exosome. “There is a biological mechanism where the spike protein could shed,” he said.

Hooker agreed with Mumper that “this is actually happening and this is being reported and there are warnings about it in the Pfizer clinical trial information.”

Also on this episode:

  • Can pharmacies administer the COVID vaccine to children under the age of 12?
  • Has the Pfizer vaccine been tested alongside other vaccines?
  • Are there lawsuits in the works for fatalities from Remdesivir?
  • Have there been cases of bacterial meningitis after COVID vaccinations?
  • Are all COVID vaccine ingredients, such as aborted fetal tissue, listed on vaccine fact sheets, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website and printed materials for health providers?

Watch this week’s episode here:

Watch a new episode of  “The CHD Weekly Q&A” every Friday on CHD.TV at 11:30 a.m. PT / 2:30 p.m. ET.

Join your hosts for the show “CHD Weekly Q&A.” The Children’s Health Defense team answers your questions on the issues of the day. Regular guests include: CHD.TV’s Polly Tommey, President and General Counsel Mary Holland, Executive Director Laura Bono, President Emerita Lyn Redwood, R.N., M.S.N., Chief Science Officer Brian Hooker, Ph.D., P.E., Chapter Coordinator Karen McDonough and Megan Redshaw, reporter for The Defender.