Chinese children diagnosed with leukemia after being vaccinated with Chinese vaccine – The Collective of One

After receiving her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, Li Jun’s 4-year-old daughter Li Jun had a fever and cough, which quickly disappeared after intravenous therapy in the hospital. But after the second injection, the father could see that something was wrong.

A swelling appeared around his daughter’s eyes and did not go away. For weeks, the girl complained of pain in her legs, where bruises began to appear, seemingly out of nowhere. In January, a few weeks after the second dose, the 4-year-old was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Cases of leukemia occur in different age groups and in all regions of China. However, Li and others noted an increase in the number of patients in the younger age group in recent months, coinciding with the vaccination campaign for children aged 3 to 11 launched by the regime last October.

Chinese children diagnosed with leukemia after being vaccinated with Chinese vaccine – El colectivo de Uno / The Collective of One

A huge increase in all kinds of cancers is being documented here in the US, after the jabs as well.