In an interview with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast,” Brianne Dressen, Ph.D., described injuries she developed after getting the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine and the censorship she faced when she tried to share her story with the media.
In an interview with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast,” Brianne Dressen, Ph.D., described injuries she developed after getting the COVID vaccine and her relentless struggle to inform and assist others.
As The Defender reported in July 2021, Dressen signed up for an early clinical trial of the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine and received a dose in early November of 2020.
Her life hasn’t been the same since.
On the evening she got the shot, Dressen told Kennedy, her hearing and vision were impaired. In the following days, a series of debilitating symptoms confined her to a darkened room.
She began to experience what she described as internal electric shocks along with incredible weakness and heart fluctuations.
“My hands became so sensitive. No one could touch my hands. My body felt like it was on fire. And from that point on, my kids were removed from my life — they were six and eight at the time. And so that was pretty, you know, pretty traumatic for them.”
Doctors had no idea what caused her symptoms.
Dressen detailed her attempt to understand what was happening to her body and her eventual recognition that she was battling damages from the vaccine.
That’s when the battle for her health became a battle to find the truth.