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This story is about my sister, T.D. She received the first dose of the Moderna vaccine on February 3, 2021 then the second on March 5, 2021. The next few weeks she began to experiences episodes where she couldn’t walk or talk. She was taken to the emergency room due to we thought she had a stroke. During this hospital stay it was found that she had no neurological diagnosis but she was diagnosed with Lung Cancer. We saw the Oncologist the next few weeks all the while her neurological symptoms getting worse. We were trying to get her set up for cancer treatments and before we could get this established her condition neurologically and with the cancer progressed. She passed away on July 18, 2021. I fully believe the vaccine is what caused her health to decline so rapidly. I would rather not share her story with the masses at the moment it’s still very fresh. Due to fact she had lung cancer (which she was never diagnosed with prior to vaccination)I don’t think anything was reported to VAERS.


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