August 16, 2021, Brian Mowrey, Unglossed substack
initially published June 23, 2021
A small study looked for signs of increased antibody response to syncytin-1 – a protein vital for successful pregnancies – in 15 female subjects who received the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine in Singapore. What they found, to their surprise, was an immediate and sustained increase – in all 15 subjects. The authors went on to conclude that their own findings were not “significant.” But if an increase in antibody response to syncytin-1 is not significant, why did the authors look for it in the first place?