And warned against. Infertility + miscarriage + cervical malignancy = depopulation.
Dr. Kimberly Biss is an obstetrician-gynecologist in Saint Petersburg, Florida and is affiliated with Bayfront Health St. Petersburg. She received her medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. She’s now gone on the record about what she’s observing in her practice post-vaxx:
I’m Kimberly Biss. I’m an OBGYN that practices in St. Pete’s, Florida. I can definitely say since the vaccine rollout started we have seen in our practice a decrease in new OB numbers, which would be infertility, by about 50 percent. We’ve also seen an increase in miscarriage rate by about 50 percent. And I would say there’s probably about a 25 percent increase in abnormal pap smears as well as cervical malignancies in our area.
Don’t forget that the government-medical complex pushed the HPV vaccine for girls to reduce a much smaller risk of cervical malignancies than is apparently being produced by the Covid vaxxes.