Bruce Willis’ family shared that the actor will end his career due to health complications.
Willis was diagnosed with aphasia, a neurological loss of the ability to understand speech and to speak clearly.
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The family didn’t mention the C-19 vaccine, but we have to share with you that it’s a condition linked to the second dose of the shot.
The NIH reported:
Though rare, neurological side effects of SARS-CoV-2 vaccinations are increasingly reported. Even if the first dosage goes uncomplicated, the second dose may be complicated by severe adverse reactions as in the following case.
A 52yo male developed sudden-onset reading difficulty and aphasia 7d after the second dose of an mRNA-based SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. He had a previous history of myocardial infarction, arterial hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and nephrolithiasis. Blood pressure was slightly elevated on admission. Blood tests revealed mildly elevated D-dimer, pre-diabetes and hyperuricemia. Cerebral magnetic resonance imaging revealed an intracerebral bleeding (ICB) in the left temporal lobe. Aphasia resolved almost completely within a few days. Blood pressure values were normal throughout hospitalisation. Whether there was a causal relation between the ICB and the vaccination remains speculative but cannot be definitively excluded.
A second dose of a SARS-CoV-2 vaccination may be followed by ICB. Though the pathophysiology of ICB remains unexplained a causal relation between ICB and the vaccination cannot be excluded. Risk factors for ICB should be carefully monitored in patients undergoing SARS-CoV-2 vaccination.
5 year old male- Pfizer BNT162B2/TOZINAMERAN × 2
Behavioral changes, aggression, aphasia.
Placed on anti psychotic meds🧐 pic.twitter.com/XsYESGMTwu
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We can’t confirm that the shot caused Bruce Willis’s diagnosis, but it warrants an investigation.
VAERS report shows a boy (5) from Texas diagnosed with aphasia and C-19 vaccine reactions.
VAERS ID: 2184727 states:
The patient has behavioral changes. Initially, he became quiet, stopped talking, playing on his own, stopped responding to the questions, and then he became aggressive – throwing things in the room; later, he started throwing things at his parents, stopped attending online classes. All these happened starting from Dec 2021 to
Mar 2022. 3/17/2022 – pt is in a local HCF, getting treatment with antipsychotics medicines.
Aggression, Magnetic resonance imaging, Aphasia, Behaviour disorder, Blood test, Electroencephalogram
The boy received the second dose of the Pfizer C-19 shot on November 30, 2021.