In this video Elisa from Lazio in Italy describes her health issues post-Pfizer mRNA injection.
A written summary is below the video.
‘Elisa: My story after the vaccine’ summary:
Elisa from Lazio. She received her first Pfizer shot on 6 January 2020 and on 21 January received her booster.
In May one evening she started to have severe symptoms – severe headache, vomitting, loss of sensitivity in her left hand. This put her on alert because a friend of hers, who also got the Pfizer vaccine in January suffered a cerebral haemorrhage in April with the same symptoms.
She immediately rushed to the emergency department of the hospital to get a CT scan she was afraid too that she may have a cerebral haemorrhage. But the doctor did not think it was serious. He just gave her Plasil and Perfalgan, saying it was due to work stress neck pain.
The next morning, she felt even worse, her left arm had completely lost function. She returned to the hospital and demanded a CT scan.
They did the scan but did not find a cerebral haemorrhage, but found instead a fourth-degree metastatic cancer. The neurosurgeon then did a magnetic resonance with contrast medium, but couldn’t reach a prognosis because it was not recognised. This type of cancer usually hits men in their 40s and 50s. I was 31 and a woman. So from the MR with contrast medium they tried to opt for the least risky choice, surgery with removal of the mass.
On 4 June she had her first operation. The neurosurgeon managed to remove a large part of the tumour without causing injury or damage. She began psysiotherapy and recovered the functionality of the left side of her body and hasn’t suffered any permanent damage, although she did have a post-operative infection which require permanent removal of part of her skull. The infection degenerated into meningitis.