Skip to main content
WeLoveTrump.com may receive compensation from affiliate partners for some links on the site. Read our full Disclosure here.

14-Year-Old Boy Diagnosed With Leukemia Four Months After Pfizer COVID-19 Jab; Children in China Diagnosed With Leukemia Post COVID-Injection


2,115 views

14-year-old Nicollas Bento da Silva Neunhaus received the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 jab on October 4th, 2021 in Cidreira / RS.

He received the 2nd dose of the experimental Pfizer injection on December 6th, 2021.

Around two months later, the teenager was playing and riding his bike at his father’s house. While there, he complained of tiredness and a bad headache.

Later that night, he developed a fever, which continued for three consecutive days, and diarrhea.

Nicollas’ father sought medical attention for the boy, terrified of his worsening condition.

After visiting the doctor, Nicollas received a pre-diagnosis of leukemia.

COVID VACCINE INJURIES reported:

On 02/09/2022, Nicollas’ father, terrified at his worsening condition, tried three times to seek medical attention. They examined my son and said it was just a virus and sent him back home.

However, after the father’s insistence taking him to another UPA, the doctor said that he could not have a virus because he had had a fever and pain for days.

It wasn’t about Covid-19 either because all the tests had been negative.

His skin became very red and when we pressed the skin became whitish.

Nicollas was given the pre-diagnosis of leukemia, and he was hospitalized for three days.

He is waiting for a vacancy in a hospital in Porto Alegre to for further evaluation and tests.

Nicollas was a very healthy boy and never had any health problems until he received the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.

In related news, Chinese children have been diagnosed with leukemia following the Chinese COVID-19 injections.

Zero Hedge shared the story:

After receiving her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, Li Jun’s 4-year-old developed a fever and coughs, which quickly subsided after intravenous therapy at the hospital. But after the second shot, the father could tell something was wrong.

Swelling appeared around his daughter’s eyes and did not go away. For weeks, the girl complained about pains on her legs, where bruises started to emerge seemingly out of nowhere. In January, a few weeks after the second dose, the 4-year-old was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

SIGN THE PETITION: We Need National Voter ID!

“My baby was perfectly healthy before the vaccine dose,” Li (an alias), from China’s north-central Gansu Province, told The Epoch Times. “I took her for a health check. Everything was normal.”

He is among hundreds of Chinese that belong to a social media group claiming to be suffering from or have a household member suffering from leukemia, developed after taking Chinese vaccines. Eight of them confirmed the situation when reached by The Epoch Times. Names of the interviewees have been withheld to protect their safety.

The leukemia cases span across different age groups from all parts of China. But Li and others particularly pointed to a rise in patients from the younger age group in the last few months, coinciding with the regime’s push to inoculate children between 3 and 11 years old beginning last October.

Li’s daughter had her first injection in mid-November under the request of her kindergarten. She is now undergoing chemotherapy at the Lanzhou No. 2 People’s Hospital where at least 20 children are being treated for similar symptoms, most of them between the age of 3 and 8, according to Li.

“Our doctor from the hospital told us that since November, the children coming to their hematology division to treat leukemia have doubled the previous years’ number and they are having a shortage of beds,” he said.

Li claimed that at least eight children from Suzhou district, where he lives, have died recently from leukemia.



 

Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Thanks for sharing!