A FORMER anti-vaxxer who avoided being stabbed for fear it could recur her cancer is now urging Britons to get vaccinated.
Donia Youssef, 43, a breast cancer survivor, blamed the scary stories on social media for making no sense.
Her anesthesiologist father and ex-nurse mother tried their best to convince her to get vaccinated – but she only changed her mind after her inebriated partner was Thomas, 43 years old, was seriously ill. Covid.
Donia, of Grays, Essex, said: “There are all kinds of stories about how it affects your DNA and I feel vulnerable because I have mutations that make me vulnerable. cancer.
“There are posts that say vaccines clone your DNA and can change it.”
The mother of two said of her partner’s illness: “He was suffering. Witnessing it firsthand was a turning point for me.”
Despite fearing side effects such as blood clots, she has now had three.
Donia added: “It’s difficult to have so much information and misinformation, but it’s best for us to get vaccinated and play our part to help each other.”
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