So I guess I’ve been under a rock, but apparently there’s been research going on since the 1960s or 70s on an abortifacient that piggybacks on a vaccine and attacks the hCG produced by a woman’s body during pregnancy so that the woman miscarries. It’s been touted by its proponents as good for “family planning”.
A 2011 paper on the results of human clinical trials of the abortifactient piggybacking on tetanus or diphtheria vaccines:
Back in 1993 the Roman Catholic Church in Kenya raised a stink accusing the WHO of secretly using such abortifacient vaccines in its program for free tetanus shots for women. WHO denied the allegations. Similar concerns were raised in Mexico, Nicaragua and the Philippines in the 90s, and the WHO denied accusations there too. This paper goes over the data and draws some conclusions:
…but I don’t have the training to evaluate the paper’s method or conclusions. Any scientists out there able to read and evaluate this paper, or anyone know if the claims against the WHO have ever been proven?