Coronavirus Vaccines Don’t Impact Fertility. But COVID-19 Might.

There’s a meme flying around the interwebs that COVID vaccines might render young people infertile. Taken on its own, this may seem like run-of-the-mill antivax fear-mongering, and it is, but this one seems to have some legs. In fact, a UK

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Medicine, science, statistics. Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale University. New book “How Medicine Works and When it Doesn’t” for pre-order now.

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